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Fatal Instinct (1993) Poster

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Sherilyn Fenn was originally considered for the role of the femme fatale Lola, eventually played by Sean Young. Fenn opted for the role of Armand Assante's lovesick secretary Laura and suggested director Carl Reiner cast Young as Lola.
This went straight to video in the UK after a disastrous marketing campaign led to a shortened run at the US box office.
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A scene was filmed with Dudley Moore appearing in drag as Max Shady's mother, testifying at Lana's trial. Although the scene was cut from the movie, it is included on the DVD release.
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When Max Shady adjusts the setting on his silencer while planning to kill Ned Levine on the train you will notice a volume setting that goes up to 11. This is a nod to Carl Reiner's son Rob's mock rockumentary "This is Spinal Tap" which stars Christopher Guest. Guest's character (Nigel Tufnel) proudly displays his amp that also goes to 11.
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Laura makes a reference to Ravine as a "Mambo King type" a reference to his starring role in the film, The Mambo Kings (1992).
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The film title is a combination of Fatal Attraction (1987) and Basic Instinct (1992), both of which starred Michael Douglas.
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DIRECTOR CAMEO: The man standing next to Ned in the bathroom.
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