A male host, who toys with women's feelings for money, gets a kiss of death from a mysterious woman. Only to wake up, relive the same week and be killed by the same woman. He finds different ways to escape her, at the same, takes full advantage of the time leap by seducing a wealthy socialite using the information he gained from each leap.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Kiss That Kills - Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me - Netflix
“Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me” is a song by Irish rock band U2. It was released as a single in 1995 from the Batman Forever soundtrack album. A number-one single in their home country of Ireland, the song reached number two on the UK Singles Chart, number sixteen on the Billboard Hot 100, and number one on the Billboard Album Rock Tracks and Modern Rock Tracks charts. The song received Grammy Award nominations for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal and Best Rock Song. The song is included on the compilation album The Best of 1990–2000 and the live album From the Ground Up: Edge's Picks from U2360°.
Kiss That Kills - Music video - Netflix
The animated music video to the song (interspersed with clips from the film) was directed by Kevin Godley and Maurice Linnane. It features the band performing in Gotham City, with Bono battling between two of his alter-egos from the Zoo TV Tour: “The Fly” and “MacPhisto.” The band also chases the Batwing, using a yellow supercar and their guitars as flamethrowers. The animated sequence also features characters dressed as the Riddler, Dr Chase and Dick Grayson, in scenes similar to those in the movie. At one brief point of the video, a neon sign can be seen that reads “Mister Pussey's”. In another scene, the band is walking down the street when Bono is run over by a car (driven by Elvis) while reading a copy of C.S. Lewis' The Screwtape Letters. The next scene shows Bono in the hospital flatlining and about to die, when a bolt of red lightning strikes his heart monitor turning his skin white, his shirt red, and causing his fingernails to grow, thus transforming him into MacPhisto. He makes his appearance, terrifying the doctors and the other band members. The video ends with an orchestra of Batmen playing the outro on strings, then a shot from above of MacPhisto repeatedly transforming into Batman and MacPhisto alternately. Author Višnja Cogan cites the song's video as the one that “crystallises and concludes the Zoo TV period and the changes that occurred”.
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