Affairs of State probably could’ve been a fun and cheesy erotic political thriller but at times it wanted to be taken a bit too seriously and send a message that only would resonate with one side of the aisle.
Lionsgate Home Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for the thriller, Affairs of State starring David Corenswet, Thora Birch, David James Elliott, Mimi Rogers and Adrian Grenier. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.
I can’t quite fathom why anyone should shell out even $5 for this double feature let alone $15-20 as Dungeons & Dragons is a pile of garbage worthy of only mockery and a night of drinking fun while the sequel is technically better yet still not very good. To top things off, the video and audio transfers for the first film aren’t anything noteworthy while the sequel fairs a little better but not by much.
In the latest in the line of direct-to-video horror-thrillers, Deadline pits two actresses who were on the rise in the late 90s/early 2000s, only to falter and rely on half-assed screenplays. […] However, neither actress has really risen to those lofty levels taking on some decent supporting roles […], before starring in some fairly lousy direct-to-video entries including The Ramen Girl and the incredibly awful Train.