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‘Kiss Me, Kill Me’ Exclusive Trailer: A West Hollywood Man Is Accused of Murdering His Unfaithful Boyfriend In Sexy Thriller

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‘Kiss Me, Kill Me’ Exclusive Trailer: A West Hollywood Man Is Accused of Murdering His Unfaithful Boyfriend In Sexy Thriller
Strange things are afoot in West Hollywood, or at least that’s the case in the new thriller “Kiss Me, Kill Me,” about a grisly murder and a search for justice. After Dusty (Van Hansis) confronts his boyfriend Stephen (Gale Harold) about his frequent infidelity, he blacks out, only to wake up and discover that Stephen has been murdered. Now, everyone’s looking to Dusty as the prime suspect. The film also stars Brianna Brown (“Devious Maids”), Yolonda Ross (“The Get Down”), Jai Rodriguez (“Queer Eye”), Matthew Ludwinski (“Going Down in La-la Land”), Craig Robert Young (“The Last Ship”), Kit Williamson (“Mad Men”), Jonathan Lisecki (“Gayby”) and more. Watch an exclusive trailer for the film below.

Read More: Kickstarting a New Golden Age of Lgbt Film: Kit Williamson Interviews Casper Andreas

“I have always enjoyed a good who-done-it,” says director Casper Andreas. “Growing up, I was a huge fan of
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Meet Lindsay Lohan's Hunky New Costar For Liz Taylor Biopic

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Lindsay Lohan's got a new man ...on screen, that is!Hunky actor Grant Bowler has been cast opposite the troubled starlet in Lifetime's Elizabeth Taylor biopic "Liz & Dick." Grant will play Richard Burton, Elizabeth's husband and costar in such films as "Cleopatra" and "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"Deadline Hollywood broke the story.There were reports that LiLo was unhappy with other actors considered for the role, including "Gossip Girl" star Matthew Settle, Sean Maguire, and "CSI" hunk Craig Robert Young.You may recognize Grant from his previous roles "Ugly Betty," "True Blood" and the recently cancelled "Gcb."Interestingly, at 43, Grant is 18 years older than Lindsay. In real life, Richard Burton was seven years older than Elizabeth Taylor.Larry Thompson, executive producer of the TV film, told Deadline, "Grant will add gravitas to our couple and bring to life one of the greatest actors who has ever lived. Burton was a Welsh poet,
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Lohan unhappy with potential co-stars

Lindsay Lohan is very unhappy with the actors who have auditioned for the role of Richard Burton in her new TV movie. The troubled actress is set to play the late Dame Elizabeth Taylor in 'Liz and Dick', but is not content with the possible choices - Matthew Settle, Sean Maguire and Craig Robert Young - and wants new auditions to take place in London. A source told RadarOnline.com: ''Lindsay declared that none of the actors were the right fit and that she wanted to go to London to look for a possible Burton actor there. ''Lindsay is being an absolute
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Lindsay Lohan reportedly unhappy with ‘Liz and Dick’ casting

HollywoodNews.com: Lindsay Lohan is reportedly working hard getting ready to film the Elizabeth Taylor Lifetime biopic ‘Liz and Dick,’ but it sounds like there is one thing stalling the process.

It is being rumored that Lindsay is unhappy with the casting choices for the role of Richard Burton, states RadarOnline. The current choices are allegedly ‘Gossip Girl’ star Matthew Settle, Sean Maguire, and ‘CSI’ star Craig Robert Young.

She allegedly wants a major star, but considering her salary took up a lot of the budget, it’s pretty unlikely that she’ll get what she wants.

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Lindsay Lohan not happy with choice of Dick

Lindsay Lohan is very unhappy with the actors who have auditioned for the role of Richard Burton in her new TV movie. The troubled actress is set to play the late Dame Elizabeth Taylor in 'Liz and Dick', but is not content with the possible choices - Matthew Settle, Sean Maguire and Craig Robert Young - and wants new auditions to take place in London. A source told RadarOnline.com: 'Lindsay declared that none of the actors were the right fit and that she wanted to go to London to look for a possible Burton actor there. 'Lindsay is being an absolute nightmare about who should play Burton. She believes Matthew Settle is too old to play the role,
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Episode Review: Hawaii Five-0 - 2.21: "Pa Make Loa"

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Hawaii Five-0 (TV) has been fated to cross-over with its crime drama sister show, NCIS: Los Angeles (TV) for some time now. After Agent Kensi (Daniela Ruah) guested on the show back in the fall, it seemed that a clandestine team-up was ever present on the horizon. And while this epic fandom collision was a pretty fun romp, there were a few misses amongst the hits. But you got to admit, it’s always fun to watch the drama of fighting an impending plague. The facts are these: A frightened family calls the police when their enraged father and ex-husband starts beating on their doors. The Hpd arrives to find what I like to call, The Pus-Man. The guy is riddled with disease and dies right there, and anyone within a ten foot radius should have been running screaming for the hills. Max Bergman (Masi Oka) is called in, and
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DVD Review - War of Resistance (2011)

War of Resistance, (a.k.a. Return to the Hiding Place), 2011.

Directed by Peter C. Spencer.

Starring John Rhys-Davies, Craig Robert Young, David Thomas Jenkins, Rachel Spencer Hewitt and Stass Klassen.

Synopsis:

When a young resistance fighter witnesses atrocities towards the Jews, he's drawn into a web of espionage and clandestine activities. When he meets a young physics students and resistance journalist - Hans Poley - they embark on a hunt through underground tunnels, Gestapo hijacks and daring rescues.

There are two types of World War two films: the ones that show you the explosive battle on the frontlines and the ones that show you the cloak and dagger sneakery from behind the scenes. With the former, the focus is on the tension and the difficult moral choices the characters must make in order vanquish the Nazi menace. From these themes, we see a good amount of character development and
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Photos – Fringe 2.13 "The Bishop Revival"

The Fringe photos keep pouring in from Fox. I just posted photos for the January 21 episode and now we have promo photos for the January 28 episode, along with a synopsis. Check them out below.

A Lethal Toxin Uncovers A Skeleton In The Bishop Family’S Closet On An All-new “Fringe” Thursday, January 28, On Fox

When a specific group of guests at a wedding in Brookline, Ma, suffocate from the inside out, the upsetting and disconcerting crime scene has the Fringe team investigating how the toxin was delivered and targeted. As evidence is taken into the lab, it’s discovered that the wedding ceremony was a testing ground for a weaponized science experiment. Adding to the intense lab investigation, Walter uncovers an alarming formula that reveals a link to a branch on the Bishop family tree. With the escalating threat of more deadly attacks and unexpected familial ties to the case,
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DVD Review: 'After Dark Horrorfest III: 8 Films to Die For'

Chicago – Lionsgate and After Dark Films’ recently released their third collection of “8 Films to Die For” and this year proved to be the most uninspiring octet to date. With fewer risks taken than the last two years and less extreme failures or successes, “After Dark Horrorfest III” is terrifyingly dull.

Overall DVD Rating: 2.0/5.0 What makes this year’s collection rather forgettable is the lack of extremes on either side of the rating spectrum. The first two years produced some truly excellent genre gems including “Borderland,” “The Hamiltons,” and “The Abandoned.” At the same time, movies like “Dead Lake,” “Undead,” and “Nightmare Man” should be buried in a deep hole and never see the light of day again.

I have to admit that I liked the variety in quality of the last two years more than this year, when nearly every film registered as forgettable more than good or bad. There was one notable standout,
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Horrorfest III DVD signing tonight in Burbank, CA

Fangoria readers in the Los Angeles area have a chance to get their copies of Slaughter, Autopsy, and From Within (review here) signed tonight at Dark Delicacies in Burbank.

The From Within crew gave Fango the heads-up that stars Thomas Dekker (Laid To Rest, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles) and Elizabeth Rice (Mad Men) are planning on joining them tonight, along with director Phedon Papamichael (Arcadia Lost), and writer Brad Keene (The Grudge 3). Full details after the jump.

The 8 Films To Die For signing begins at 7pm tonight, ar Dark Delicacies, 4213 W. Burbank, Burbank, CA 91505.

Also scheduled to appear:

From Slaughter - Writer/Director Stewart Hopewell (Going To Pieces: The Rise And Fall Of The Slasher Film), Craig Robert Young (Perkins 14, Charmed), Maxim Knight (How My Dad Killed Dracula), and Vance Daniels.

From Autopsy (see our review here) -  Writers Jace Anderson & Adam Gierasch (Night Of The Demons,
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Trailer of After Dark's 'Slaughter' Haunts

After Dark Films have shared out a sneak peek into "Slaughter (2009)", one of the selections for After Dark Horrorfest III's "8 Films to Die for". Highlighting that the movie is inspired by true events happening in a remote farm near Atlanta, the newly-released trailer gives the idea that the movie will be violent, gruesome and unthinkable.

Opened with a far shot of a serene farm house, the trailer moves on showing that a young woman is answering an ads for roommate. It then continues showing that the woman is quick to befriend her new roommate when she settles down at the farm. But, soon she discovers that something has gone wrong at the remote place and that it offers terrifying forms of abuse.

Directed by Stewart Hopewell, "Slaughter" stars Antonia Bernath, Craig Robert Young, Lucy Holt, Maxim Knight and David Sterne. The horror movie will be premiered at After Dark Horrorfest
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