Gravitas Ventures announced recently that they have acquired the LGBTQ Shakespearean vampire romance, With a Kiss I Die, for worldwide distribution. The Red Arrow Studios company will be releasing the movie on August 28th and this highly anticipated film turns the tale of Romeo and Juliet into a different sort of romance. Continue reading “Gravitas Ventures Acquires LGBTQ Shakespearean Vampire Romance from @kleffnotes”
Poptarts big news! While you might already know about the Barbelle Season Two Indiegogo I wanted to share why you definitely need to donate to this campaign so we can get more of this epic series. Continue reading “Fangirl Freakouts: @BARBELLE_SERIES Season Two Indiegogo from @kleffnotes”
What will happen on the Nashville Series Finale airing July 26?
Tinseltown #3 continues the story of Abigail Moore, one of the first female police officers in Hollywood in 1915. This issue starts with a bang and continues some very interesting days for Abigail after an unfortunate moment on set. Continue reading “Tinseltown #3 @ALTERNACOMICS Review from @kleffnotes”
Klaus and Elijah travel to Mystic Falls to help Hope on The Originals episode airing July 25.
Smallville and Beauty and the Beast’s Kristin Kreuk (Lana, Catherine) returns to The CW in Burden of Truth airing July 25. Th series originally aired on the Canadian network CBC and was picked up by The CW for a summer run.
Cyko Ko is here with a new adventure in Cyko Ko! #1, the first in a three part series. The greatest hero of Superearth has appeared in Alterna Comics before with his own interactive comic and in this series he is out for a bit of a surf and a some relaxation after some heroic endeavors, but no hero ever really gets to take a vacation. Continue reading “Cyko Ko! #1 @ALTERNACOMICS Review from @kleffnotes”
What happens whne Jane (Katie Stevens) has a pregnancy scare then has to write an article on motherhood? Find out on The Bold Type episode that airs on July 24.
General Hospital’s Dr. Liesl Obrecht (Kathleen Gati) has committed numerous crimes since her arrival in Port Charles in 2012. But did she cross the line by kidnapping Peter (Wes Ramsey) and trying to kill him? Can the character be redeemed?
The short film Choke debuted this weekend at Outfest as part of the “Emerging Voices” short program. In her film, Rolla Selbak examines immigration and identity through her focus on small town refugee, who has become a rising MMA star. As the big fight grows closer Sara finds herself being asked to share more in interviews, but she is still trying to hold tight to a number of secrets including her immigrant status and her identity as a lesbian. Continue reading “Choke Movie Review from @kleffnotes”