Judas Kiss

JUDAS KISS (15)

Posted on November 9, 2011

In this fantasy-drama, Charlie David (Dante’s Cove) plays a failed filmmaker who finds himself judging his own student competition 15 years earlier.

But putting his younger self (Richard Harmon) on track is easier than convincing him to dump a swaggering, powerful actor (Timo Descamps) for a sexy, nice-guy artist (the gorgeous Brent Corrigan, who sadly keeps his clothes on).

It’s a no-brainer, but the film has a nicely breezy tone.

And the darker story elements make us wonder how our lives would look to our younger selves. The bigger question, though, is whether you’d shag a younger you! (TLA). 7/10

 

One Response to “JUDAS KISS (15)”

  1. PK Eiselt

    The Producer’s of Judas Kiss are casting Jay Bell’s “Something Like Summer”
    LOS ANGELES — Producers of the screen
    adaptation of the acclaimed young adult novel,
    “Something Like Summer,” announced casting for
    two more of their lead roles.

    New York actor Ben Baur, who plays the lead in
    the provocative Logo TV web series, “Hunting
    Season,” will portray Jace Holden in the feature
    film from Blue Seraph Productions, now in the
    midst of an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign.

    Meanwhile, Atlanta-based Ajiona Alexus, who costars
    in “The Rickey Smiley Show,” will play the
    film’s female lead, singer Allison Cross.

    The two join Austin McKenzie, who will portray
    Benjamin Bentley in the story of the gifted young
    singer whose relationship with unattainable
    athlete Tim Wyman is depicted over the course of
    a dozen years.

    The novel upon which the film is based is the first
    of a popular five-book series by author Jay Bell,
    winner of the 2013 Lambda Literary Award.
    “Something Like Summer” was was named one of
    Amazon’s Best Books of 2011.
    Contact us for the full press release!

     

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