There's Always Vanilla (The Affair) (1973)


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Incredibly, this romantic melodrama was directed by the same man who brought The Night of the Living Dead to the screen. The story concerns a recently discharged young army veteran (Ray Laine), who doesn't want a regular job but wants to drift around and enjoy things for a while. He finds a girlfriend with a good job (Judith Streiner) who is willing to support him while he pretends to be writing a novel, and they have a good time for a while. Eventually she tries to get him to take a regular … More

Rating: R
Genre: Drama, Horror
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On DVD: Oct 18, 2005
Anchor Bay Entertainment

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Critic Reviews for There's Always Vanilla (The Affair)

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Full Review… | December 6, 2005
Chicago Reader
Top Critic

Instead of taking an indirect sociological tack, Vanilla opts for fairly transparent post-Graduate countercultural hot-button topics.

Full Review… | November 4, 2005
Slant Magazine

Audience Reviews for There's Always Vanilla (The Affair)

If you can even get the chance to see this one, you'll be riveted and at the same time shocked at how bloody awful it is! The makers of "Night of the Living Dead" take a stab at early '70s sexually-liberated cool and end up in jaw-dropping oh-my-god-what-the-hell-were-they-thinking territory. Highly recommended.

Cassandra Maples

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