Body Chemistry (film series)

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The Body Chemistry film series is a series of four movies that focus on sexy, psychotic psychiatrist Dr. Claire Archer. The character was inspired by the one played by Glenn Close in Fatal Attraction.[1]

Body Chemistry

Body Chemistry
Directed by Kristine Peterson
Produced by Alida Camp
Written by Jackson Barr
Starring Marc Singer
Lisa Pescia
Cinematography Phedon Papamichael
Production
company
Release date
  • 9 March 1990 (1990-03-09)
Running time
1h 24min
Country United States
Language English

Body Chemistry is a 1990 American drama film directed by Kristine Peterson.

It led to a series of sequels.

Plot

Two university academics study sexuality.

Cast

Body Chemistry II: The Voice of a Stranger

Body Chemistry II: The Voice of a Stranger
Directed by Adam Simon
Starring Gregory Harrison
Country United States
Language English

Body Chemistry II: The Voice of a Stranger is a 1992 film.

Cast

Point of Seduction: Body Chemistry III

Point of Seduction: Body Chemistry III
Directed by Jim Wynorski
Produced by Andrew Stevens
Starring Andrew Stevens
Morgan Fairchild
Production
company
Release date
1994
Country USA
Language English

Point of Seduction: Body Chemistry III is a 1994 American erotic thriller film.

Plot

Movie producer Andrew Clay wants to make a film about Dr Archer, a psychologist who appears on television. Two men have died because of their obsession with her.

Clay falls for the psychologist. The screenwriter of the proposed film begins to suspect she might be more guilty than everyone thinks. Matters are complicated when Clay's wife wants to play the psychologist in the film.

Cast

Body Chemistry IV: Full Exposure

Point of Seduction: Body Chemistry III
Directed by Jim Wynorski
Produced by Andrew Stevens
Written by Karen Kelly
Starring Shannon Tweed
Production
company
Sunset Films
Release date
1995
Country USA
Language English

Body Chemistry IV: Full Exposure is a 1995 film, the final in the series. It was directed by Jim Wynorski, who plays a small role as a judge.

Plot

Dr Claire Archer is accused of the murder of producer Andrew Clay. She hires a lawyer to defend her.

Cast

External links

  • Body Chemistry on IMDb
  • Body Chemistry' at TCMDB
  • Body Chemistry II: The Voice of a Stranger at IMDB
  • Point of Seduction: Body Chemistry III at IMDB
  • Body Chemistry IV: Full Exposure at IMDB
  1. ^ Armstrong, Richard B.; Armstrong, Mary Willems (2009). Encyclopedia of Film Themes, Settings and Series. McFarland. p. 30. 
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