From director Casper Andreas ("Going Down in LA-LA Land") and screenwriter David Michael Barrett ("Such Good People") comes "Kiss Me, Kill Me," a sexy gay thriller.
Dusty blacks out while confronting his cheating boyfriend Stephen. When Dusty comes to, Stephen was murdered and he's the prime suspect.
Nathan, 16, lives alone with his father Stephane. A newcomer in high school, he is invited to a party and falls in love with Louis, a boy in his class.
They find themselves out of sight and kiss each other, but someone takes a picture of them.
Soon, the photo is published on Facebook and a storm overtakes their lives as they face bullying and rejection.
Based on the novel by Andy Zeffer, "Going Down in LA-LA Land" is a riveting and uncensored look at Hollywood.
It is a story that reveals how friendships sustain us and keep us going. It is a tale that reflects our celebrity-obsessed culture.
It is a revealing look at some people's desire to be loved, adored, and adulated at any cost. Readers have grown to adore the flawed and imperfect, yet earnest and likable characters of Adam and Candy. Now movie audiences will have the same opportunity to follow their rocky ride through Hollywood, and all the laughs that go along with it.
LGBT TV & Movies:
Here we will showcase all our LGBT related TV dramas/comedies from today and yesteryear with added movies from all over the world which have a LGBT twist.