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Got seven minutes to kill? Then check out these clips from Kill For Me

Feb. 11, 2013by: Kevin Woods

We haven't heard much about KILL FOR ME, a new thriller starring Katie Cassidy and Tracy Spiridakos that is set to hit the shelves on February 12, but today we have seven minutes of clips for you to take a gander at and decide if it'll be worth your time.

While trying to move on from an abusive ex-boyfriend, Amanda (Cassidy) looks for a roommate to help pay the rent. Hailey (Spiridakos) just moved to college to get away from her own abusive past. Now roommates, both girls find comfort in their friendship and make a pact to help each other overcome their pasts… no matter what the cost. When Amanda’s abusive ex-boyfriend catches up with her, a riveting roller coaster of suspense and twists is set in motion. In order to survive, the two girls face their harrowing past together. But as Hailey’s past becomes more transparent, it’s difficult to decipher who is the victim and who is the cold-blooded killer.

Two hot chicks move in together and don't invite me over for a little three-way action? Now THAT is horror. Peep the clip below.

From the Press Release:

College roommates bond over a shared violent past and a future which holds deadly consequences in the new thriller KILL FOR ME, available February 12th on DVD with UltraViolet™ from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Katie Cassidy (TV’s “Arrow”) and Tracy Spiridakos, star of NBC’s new hit “Revolution”, lead a hot, young cast in this suspenseful tale of two young women who bond over their struggles with bad men and realize how far they would need to go to protect each other.

Directed by Michael Greenspan (Wrecked) and co-starring Ryan Robbins (TV's "Falling Skies”) and Donal Logue (Shark Night 3D), the DVD will include a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film, featuring interviews with the cast and crew.

KILL FOR ME was written by Christopher Dodd & Michael Greenspan and Christian Forte. It was produced by Kyle Mann. It has a run time of approximately 96 minutes and is rated R for violence, language, and some sexuality.

You can pre-order KILL FOR ME on DVD by clicking HERE.

KILL FOR ME star Katie Cassidy has a body worth killing for

Extra Tidbit: So will you be checking out KILL FOR ME or is this one to skip?

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1:28PM on 02/11/2013

This is possibly just an R-rated Lifetime movie.

For shits and giggles, I watched both the clip on AITH and the trailer on IMDB. Do not watch the trailer. It gives away the entire movie. Kill for Me looks like an unimpressive, harmless February release that has a certain target audience. You see, men and women are the Other to each other, to use a multicultural term. For men, women are the alien, the different, and the possibly threatening. Somewhere in his male psyche, every man has some gynophobia. Therefore, in his horror tales, he
For shits and giggles, I watched both the clip on AITH and the trailer on IMDB. Do not watch the trailer. It gives away the entire movie. Kill for Me looks like an unimpressive, harmless February release that has a certain target audience. You see, men and women are the Other to each other, to use a multicultural term. For men, women are the alien, the different, and the possibly threatening. Somewhere in his male psyche, every man has some gynophobia. Therefore, in his horror tales, he objectifies women into something that he can accept. A concept and character of whom he is not afraid. SHE is a sex object, a pure-hearted and nice final girl heroine, or a monster who is destroyed and vanquished. Similarly, the female psyche has a certain androphobia that it must address. Therefore, in women's literature, men are too often spineless wimps (no threat and easy to control; wimps also make women look good in their own minds and tales), idealized female fantasies (like the male's pure heroine, these male characters are much better than the men with which a woman must contend in real life), or scary brutes. Generally, these threatening men are control freaks, and they represent the outside patriarchal culture personified in an individual that can be vanquished and fought unlike the abstract concept of actual male chauvenism. And, these demonized men are exaggerated versions of the real male threats that women encounter daily. For example, these men are not the husband or boyfriend who does not allow a woman to always have her way. A woman must encounter him in her real life. Rather, the demonized version of Man beats his girlfriend, ruins her life sociopathetically (the sociopath trope removes much of his humanity), or rapes women (how many Lifetime movies need to include a rapist? how many soap operas? how many TV dramas such as SVU? And, MOST IMPPORTANTLY, why? Why do women want to constantly see men as animalistic deviants? What comfort do women take from such depiction?). Kill for Me caters to a certain female fantasy. Women get to see men as villains. Women get to have their revenge upon men, the Other who constantly scares and threatens them. The upcoming Boys versus Girls plays with the same fantasy. I won't be watching this shit. However, does Kill for Me have an audience in need of vicarious violence and cathartic exorcism? Sure.
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