Fatal Attraction (disambiguation)
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Fatal Attraction is a 1987 American psychological thriller film directed by Adrian Lyne starring Michael Douglas, Glenn Close, and Anne Archer.
Fatal Attraction or Fatal Attractions may also refer to:
- Fatal Attractions (TV series), recurring American nature documentary series on Animal Planet first aired in 2010
- "Fatal Attraction", an episode of Jake and the Fatman television series
- Fatal Attraction (TV series), an American television series on TV One, documenting crimes committed by people in passionate relationships
- Fatal Attraction, a 1984 album by Adam Bomb
- Fatal Attraction, a 1990 album by Killer
- "Fatal Attraction", a song by Roxanne Shanté from the 1989 album Bad Sister
- "Fatal Attraction", a song by Anjulie from the 2009 self-titled debut album Anjulie
- "Fatal Attraction", a song by Mark Stewart from the 1987 eponymous album Mark Stewart
- "Fatal Attraction", a song by Karen Clark Sheard from the 2002 compilation album T.D. Jakes Presents: God's Leading Ladies
- "Fatal Attraction", a song by Tone Lōc from the 1991 album Cool Hand Lōc
- "Fatal Attraction", a song by Mumzy Stranger from the 2010 album Journey Begins"
- Fatal attraction, a psychological theory about the failure of interpersonal relationships.
- Fatal Attractions (comics), 1993 Marvel Comics crossover storyline centered on the X-Men
- Salt: A Fatal Attraction, a 2006 indie film by Bradford Tatum
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