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Tom Sizemore has fallen pretty far from grace of late, but he's got a few fans on the Dread Central staff and we're definitely hoping to see the guy get his A game back. One of his current projects (not Celebrity Rehab) looks and sounds like it might be able to pull it off.
C.L.A.S.S., starring Tom Sizemore and now shooting in Los Angeles, is directed by Michael Phillip Edwards and written and produced by Sheldon Robins. The film co-stars Paige La Pierre, Jamison Haase, Randy Irwin, Dante Bosco, and Sam Daly. Here's the full synopsis courtesy of the official C.L.A.S.S. website:
When brilliant female law student Fiona Reid signs up for Professor Mark Sloan’s criminology class, she quickly realizes she has signed on for more than what she bargained for. Fiona discovers there’s more than theory behind the good professor’s seemingly masterful way of getting into »
- Masked Slasher
Tom Sizemore and Paige La Pierre are entwined in the hunt for a serial killer in C.L.A.S.S. now shooting in Los Angeles. La Pierre starred in Neighborhood Watch and Plaguers . Here she plays a law student who takes Sizemore's criminology class. Both are soon on the hunt for a serial killer that has targeted their town. Naturally, there's something suspect about Sizemore's character... In the director's chair is Michael Phillip Edwards working from a script by Sheldon Robins. Dante Basco also stars alongside Sam Daly, Jasmine Waltz, Jamison Haase and Randy Irwin. Pics from the set can be found at Classthemovie.com - a website that strangely uses the lightsaber sound effect every time you scroll over selected tabs. »
2 items from 2010
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