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A polyamourous gay trio head West in the inventive new indie Kill the Monsters
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Hello, there! I have good news! BTW, enjoy the new theme. We had an issue with the old domain provider and lost the address. If anyone is willing to buy us a new domain, let me know in the comments. BTW, we got a new design for the website, a lot better to watch movies…. A young man returns to his family farm, after a long stay in ex-gay conversion therapy, and is torn between the expectations of his emotionally distant father, and the memories of a past, loving relationship he has tried to bury.
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Available on 30th April. Design, as always, is by Julian House. People will tell you that this not true, and some of the people who will tell you that are also writers, but they are bad writers, at least when they try to convince you, and themselves, that the most important thing for a fiction writer to have is compassion. The next step would be to stitch together a handful of clips then add a Goblin soundtrack….
Kill the Monsters tells the story of Frankie, Patrick and Sutton, a trio of polyamorous gay lovers. When one of the triad falls mysteriously ill, they decide to embark on a grand adventurer, heading West across the country in search of holistic treatment. As their travels progress, the highs and lows of their journey mirror key points in U. The directorial debut from Ryan Lonergan, who also stars in the film alongside Jack Ball and Garrett McKechnie, Kill the Monsters offers up a bold and unique cinematic vision on a tiny budget.