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Love Stalker (2011)

| Comedy | 2011 (USA)
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About a player who's sense of reality is turned upside down when he gets dumped by the girl of his dreams.


Cast overview, first billed only:
Matt Glasson ...
Darek Russell ...
Laura Baron ...
Detective Shannon
Detective McCarver
Rachel Fenton ...
Jen One
Ashleigh Gill ...
Jen Two
Jen Three
Elizabeth Scaperoth ...
Attractive Woman No. 2
Eric Warrington ...
Douchey Guy
Kimi Weber ...
Boss (as Kimi Wharton)
Ben Ritchie ...
Creepy Co-Worker
Phil Anzelmo ...
Annoyed Co-Worker
Chad Bockholdt ...
Last Bartender


Love Stalker is the story of a 30-something bar-hopping player named Pete (writer/director Glasson) who lives to "play the game" and bed as many women as possible to reach his "golden number." Things change for him once he meets Stephanie (Rachel Chapman), a web-savvy relationship blogger, and the two begin to get romantic. However, when she discovers the extent of his player ways, she ends the relationship, driving Pete to stalker-like lengths in his rom-com inspired efforts to win her back. Written by Matthew Glasson

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an unromantic comedy





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$100,000 (estimated)

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Cool little low budget indie flick
25 August 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

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Caught Love Stalker on Comcast after I found out it was shot in Saint Louis. It was surprisingly funny! Pete, played by Matt Glassen was surprisingly believable, witty, and hilarious. Good story, good casting, good cinematography, good editing, good sound, all shot on location it seems, and it worked! Most of the time I don't give the lower end films a chance, but I actually sat through it, and enjoyed it. The twist in the middle of the act where he breaks into her house] was very apparent too, the transformation was so well played, darker, faster edits, much darker, more stylized cinematography, and the acting on Pete's part was really brilliant. To find out it was shot here in Saint Louis (and showcased a lot of the landmarks, like the old del taco, the arch, etc) that was wonderful as well. I wasn't really aware of a film scene here in Saint Louis, but I'll definitely be looking out for more in the future. Not a movie for the wife and kids though -- more for that bar-going bachelor, (or one who wants to relive the good Ole days) Worth a watch!

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