|Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss 1998 R, 90 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Tommy O'Haver
Cast: Sean Hayes, Brad Rowe, Richard Ganoung, Meredith Scott Lynn, Paul Bartel, Carmine Giovinazzo, Matthew Ashford, Armando Valdes-Kennedy, Holly Woodlawn, Christopher Bradley, Bonnie Biehl, Les Borsay, Robbie Cain, Shawn Nicholson, Michelle Karen
Billy (Sean P. Hayes) is a gay, aspiring photographer who has moved from his home in Indiana to Hollywood where he hopes for success in his field. Billy falls in love with a waiter, Gabriel (Brad Rowe), who is not quite sure whether he is gay or straight, and from that point on the story focuses on "will he, or won't he/is he or isn't he."
|Body Shots 1999 R, 102 min.|
Director: Michael Cristofer
Cast: Sean Patrick Flanery, Jerry O'Connell, Amanda Peet, Tara Reid, Ron Livingston, Emily Procter, Brad Rowe, Sybil Temchen, Larry Joshua, Adina Porter, Joe Basile, Scott Burkholder, Edmund Genest, Mark Hicks, Adam Lieberman
Dating practices among eight shallow, young L.A. professionals are revealed in this rendition of modern-day sexual encounters.
|Christina's House 1999 R, 95 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Gavin Wilding
Cast: Brendan Fehr, Brad Rowe, Allison Lange, John Savage, Lorne Stewart, Crystal Buble, Jerry Wasserman, Chelsea Hobbs, Sigrid M. Spade, Chilton Crane
Seventeen-year-old Christina (Allison Lange) moves into a new home with weirdo dad (John Savage) and loser brother. While she decides on which of two boys (Brendan Fehr and Brad Rowe) she likes best, things go awry at the house when it is clear that there is another inhabitant–and it/he/she leaves messages and presents for Christina. It/he/she isn't afraid to kill, either. Absolutely terrible movie–maybe even a candidate for the "Worst 10 List."
|Purgatory 1999 TV, 94 min.|
Director: Uli Edel
Cast: Sam Shepard, Eric Roberts, Randy Quaid, Peter Stormare, Brad Rowe, Donnie Wahlberg, Richard Edson, J.D. Souther, Amelia Heinle, R.G. Armstrong
Outlaws ride into a town inhabited by famous, dead outlaws who are trying to redeem themselves in this predictable fantasy Western.
|1. Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss (1998)|
2. Body Shots (1999)
3. Christina's House (1999)
4. Purgatory (1999)
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