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Well, not me personally, or even us for that matter, but hey, hot chicks armed with hot lead ready to go heads-up against a psychotic to keep you alive? Now that’s pretty cool, no? Read on for the first home video details and artwork for the new thriller Kill For Me.

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College roommates bond over a shared violent past and a future which holds deadly consequences in the new thriller KILL FOR ME, available February 12th on DVD with UltraViolet™ from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Katie Cassidy (TV’s “Arrow”) and Tracy Spiridakos, star of NBC’s new hit “Revolution”, lead a hot, young cast in this suspenseful tale of two young women who bond over their struggles with bad men and realize how far they would need to go to protect each other. Directed by Michael Greenspan (Wrecked), and co-starring Ryan Robbins (TV’s “Falling Skies”) and Donal Logue (Shark Night 3D), the DVD will include a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film, featuring interviews with the cast and crew.

KILL FOR ME was written by Christopher Dodd & Michael Greenspan and Christian Forte. It was produced by Kyle Mann. It has a run time of approximately 96 minutes and is rated R for violence, language and some sexuality.

Synopsis:
While trying to move on from an abusive ex-boyfriend, Amanda (Cassidy) looks for a roommate to help pay the rent. Hailey (Spiridakos) just moved to college to get away from her own abusive past. Now roommates, both girls find comfort in their friendship and make a pact to help each other overcome their pasts… no matter what the cost. When Amanda’s abusive ex-boyfriend catches up with her, a riveting roller coaster of suspense and twists is set in motion. In order to survive, the two girls face their harrowing past together. But as Hailey’s past becomes more transparent, it’s difficult to decipher who is the victim and who is the cold-blooded killer.

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