Kiss Me Kill Me


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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 ("As the World Turns" four-time Emmy nominee Van Hansis) blacks out while confronting his cheating boyfriend Stephen, ("Queer as Folk" gay icon Gale Harold). When Dusty comes to, Stephen was murdered and he's the prime suspect. The movie also stars Brianna Brown ("Devious Maids"), Yolonda Ross (HBO's "The Get Down"), Jai Rodriguez ("Queer Eye"), Matthew Ludwinski ("Going Down in LA-LA Land"), Kit Williamson ("Madmen"), Jonathan Lisecki ("Gayby"), D.J. "Shangela" Pierce ("RuPaul's Drag Race") and Michael Maize ("Mr. Robot").

• Commentary with Casper Andreas & David Michael Barrett
• Behind the scenes featurette by documentary filmmaker Michael Gorlick
• FilmOut San Diego Opening Night Featurette & Red Carpet Cast Interviews
• "Kiss Me Kill Me" Music Video by SIRPAUL
• Trailers
• English Closed Caption
• Optional subtitles in English, Spanish, French, German Italian, Russian, Swedish, Hebrew, Japanese, and Chinese*

*The DVD is set to region 0, meaning that it's not region coded and will play on DVD players worldwide. 


“Kiss Me, Kill Me is a gay thriller that changes everything… as fierce as basic instinct" -- Timothy Rawles, San Diego Gay and Lesbian News

“Kiss Me, Kill Me is a murder mystery told at its best… Credit screenwriter David Michael Barrett as the plot twists were plentiful in this edge-of-your-seat, didn't-see-that-coming, mystery. I was pulled in and never released until the final few minutes. I love a good thriller, and this film was quite adequate in keeping this seasoned viewer guessing. Bonus points for the very Hitchcockian cameo from the talented director, Casper Andreas.” – Cleveland International Film Festival

“It was such a fun movie. A fresh take on the old fashioned film noir pot boiler…. Kiss Me, Kill Me proves, yet again, that indie talent is flourishing out there and it’s just as good as — often better than — the corporate pablum we’re so often spoon-fed.” – Mark Blackmon,