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Cinelinx gets the willies from the Love Me Blu-ray!
Sylvia (Lindsey Shaw) thinks she may have found the perfect boyfriend in Lucas (Jamie Johnston), but then discovers he is the lead suspect in the disappearance of schoolmate Melissa (Kristina Elliott).
Directed by: Rick Bota
Love Me is a slow-building romantic thriller that will appeal to tweens and teens that can't get their fill from the current WB TV schedule. Adults may find it a bit angsty, but it is entertaining enough to keep them interested in this high-school-whodunnit.
Lindsey Shaw plays Sylvia, a girl who doesn't date much, who meets Lucas (Jamie Johnston), a rebel who shares her taste in music. As the two grow closer, her friends all disapprove, driving a wedge between them.
Things get complicated when Lucas is named as the suspect in the disappearance of a local girl, and his past relationships raise suspicions. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Victor Medina)
Lindsay Shaw Talks Love Me, on Blu-ray and DVD today!
If you're a fan of movies like Fear, Swimfan, and Obsessed, we have a new obsession for you to obsess over. Love Me, which arrived on Blu-ray and DVD this week, does the stalker genre proud, delivering one hell of a fun, thrilling ride. Maybe a little trashy, but always exciting, the story follows an attractive high school film nerd who falls for a quiet rich kid harboring a deep, dark secret. It is soon discovered that our hero's new paramour may actually have something to do with the disappearance and death of his ex-girlfriend.
Pretty Little Liars' Lindsey Shaw plays the theater projectionist who falls for this bad boy suspected of murder. She also has an unrequited love interest that is kind of creepy. Don't worry, it's all in good fun. We loved the movie so much, we »
Creating a stimulating, suspenseful thriller that equally and expertly balances its time between its coming-of-age love story with exhilarating anticipation of its murder mystery can be a challenging task. The new film ‘Love Me,’ which was directed by Rick Bota and is set to be released on Blu-ray and DVD on Tuesday, is the latest thriller to do just that. The movie chronicles the tribulations of discovering new teenage love, set against the backdrop of a town struggling to find the truth about a missing classmate. Actors Jamie Johnston and Lindsey Shaw, two of the main stars of the movie, quickly formed a close bond on set that authentically helped [ Read More ]
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- Karen Benardello
Anchor Bay Entertainment is drawing audiences into the twisted, teenage-angst filled lives of the students at Hampton Prep school in the new thriller ‘Love Me,’ by releasing the Blu-ray and DVD on Tuesday. The film, which was directed by Rick Bota and written by Kat Candler, stars Lindsey Shaw, Jamie Johnston, Jean-Luc Bilodeau and Kaitlyn Leeb. ‘Love Me,’ which will retail for $24.99 on Blu-ray and $22.98 on DVD, is now available for pre-book. The bonus features on the Blu-ray and DVD include “Behind the Scenes” and “Stories from the Set.” The thriller follows 16-year-old Melissa Kennedy, who has been missing for almost three months, leaving the town of Ridgedale [ Read More ]
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- Karen Benardello
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