Monday, November 10, 2008

The perfect Ice for any occasion


Mystery novelist Richard Stevenson's character Donald Strachey comes to life thanks to the acting talents of Chad Allen in this suspenseful film. ICE BLUES centers on gay detective Strachey as he investigates a murder connected with a sizable donation to a youth center.

Don Strachey (Chad Allen)

Don Strachey (Chad Allen), America's most famous gay private eye, is back. Don's life partner, Tim (Sebastian Spence), is approached by a mysterious man who offers him three million dollars for his pet charity, the Albany Youth Center. After finding the man’s cold, dead body in the front seat of their car, Don and Tim are pursued by hit men determined to get the money back. Don sets off with his sidekick, Kenny (Nelson Wong), to try and unravel the deceased man's story. They soon find themselves involved with a twelve-year old murder mystery, shady business deals, and missing persons. As events begin to spin out of control, Donald and Tim join forces in a violent showdown between the dangerous kiddie-porn ring leader Frank Zaillian, his cold-blooded associates and the wealthy and deceitful Lenigan family. Tim finds himself waist-deep in Donald’s mystery and the couple unites to fight against big business, personal demons and family betrayal. This oft-funny mystery will keep you entranced with every chilly twist and turn. The fourth installment in the Don Strachey Mystery series is quite enjoyable. It's got laughs and suspense that will keep you interested from beginning to end. A dangerous 4 on my "Go See" scale.

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