Blue Seduction

Synopsis: A middle aged music composer finds himself trapped in the seductive web of a young, sexy vocalist who is looking for her own fifteen seconds of fame. Mikey Taylor, once the very popular lead singer of the hot rock and roll group, THE SAINTS , lived a life of sex, drugs and rock and roll, until he met JOYCE, a real estate broker, now his wife of ten years. Joyce was instrumental in sobering Mike up through various rehabs, and always supportive, but then the real estate market took a dive, and Mike had to go back to writing songs for a new record album deal with his former partners STANLEY and DICKIE. Mikey, now known as MIKE TAYLOR, is in the Studio waiting to lay down the new tracks, when MATTY MCPHERSON, strikingly young and beautiful, introduces herself as the new demo singer. As she begins to sing, there is an immediate attraction between Mike and Matty, who is not only gorgeous and young, but a brilliant artist. Matty follows Mike back to his hotel and seduces him, which is reminis
Genre: Thriller
Director(s): Timothy Bond
Production: Anchor Bay Entertainment
91 min

Mikey Taylor,

lead singer of The Saints,

the one-hit-wonder band

of 1987,

soared to global fame with

the runaway hit, "A Flash in the Pan."

The phenomenal hit was used

in television commercials,

animated cartoons,

and national election campaigns.

Mikey Taylor had several

famous run-ins with the law

due to drug and alcohol abuse,

and a series of

paternity suits.

His failure to follow up

"Flash in the Pan" with any other hit

caused Taylor to spiral.

Then in 1990,

he met and married Joyce Green,

his most diligent and loyal fan.

The pair moved to

small-town Vermont

where it seemed that Mikey Taylor

was on the long road to recovery.

But in the pop world, American lives

always have a second act.

Man, I'm dying here, Mikey.

She's not gonna show up.

Like, let's just call it a night.

All right.

I'll call the agency tomorrow and

have them send over another girl.

I'll call the agency tomorrow and

have them send over another girl.

That or you sing it.

Hi! Hi, everybody.

I'm so sorry I'm late.

I couldn't get a cab

and then there was traffic.

But I'm here now

and I'm ready to go,

if that's okay still.

I've been working

on your songs all night.

And I have to say

they are truly a piece of art.

L... I am so honored

to be able to work...

with you, Mr. Taylor.


I'm Mike.

Oh my gosh.

You... you are Mikey Taylor.

- Call me Mike.

- Mikey Taylor from The Saints.


"Flash in the Pants!"


Oh. I actually lost

my virginity to that song.


Yeah, I was listening to

MTV Vault and...

it was so funny.


Was it really?

Well, no, it actually made me relax.

So thanks.

Well, that's good.

No, but that's amazing...

Oh, no,

it was not great at all.

But I got a lot better at it.

I'm glad to hear that.

So why don't we

do "Big Night" and move on to "Danger"?

All right.

Good luck.

Right right right.

I'm at the studio now.

I'll talk to him, okay?

Yeah, don't worry. Don't worry.

I'll get back to you.

Mike, I need to know when

you're gonna have the last three songs.

I don't know.

They were due a month ago.

Oh, man.

You are gonna blow

this publishing deal, kiddo,

which I busted my ass

to get for you, huh?

This is it, babe-

the end of the line.

If you don't deliver,

you'll owe them your advance,

and they keep the songs

that you already gave them.

- You get it?

- Yeah, I get it.

That's a hell of a deal

you crafted there, Dicky.

You gotta remind me

to raise your back end.

- You good?

- I'm good.


I just need a time frame, Mike.

Please tell me.

All right.

I'll have them...

when I have them.

Stanley, will you please

help me out here?

Look at the pretty girl, Dicky.

- Wow.

- Yeah.

- Can she sing?

- Does it really matter?

All right,

let's see what we got here.

Todd, put up the first track

and bring up the levels.

Matty, you ready to go?

Yeah, I'm ready.

J' I'll take it out all night J'

J' And I'll sleep all day J'

J' A slight hangover J'

J' ls such a small

price to pay J'

J' You better catch that ring J'

J' 'Cause life is swinging by

much too fast J'

J' And once you recall

the good times J'

J' Baby, that's all

that's gonna last J'

J' So let's have a big night J'

J' Ooh, let's have a big night J'

J' Ooh, babe... J'

Wow, hey!

What do you think of that?

I think the song sucks,

but she's interesting.

Matty. right? Is it?


- That was great.

- I... I can do it again.

- I can do better.

- No no, for a first pass,

listen, that was fantastic.

Would you like to take

a shot at "Danger"?

Oh, yeah, I love "Danger."

Bless you for that.

My God.

Where did you find her?

The same agency we

always go to, man.

- The agency sent her?

- Yeah, they were pushing her.

That's why when she didn't show up,

I said, "What's the deal?"


Ah, if she can only write,

we are home free.

Come on, Dicky, I mean,

you're like a broken record, man.

I mean, remember those?


You always do this to me, Mike.

Look, you've got a contract.

Remember signing that little piece

of paper that you just had to have?

- It has delivery dates, Mike.

- Good night, guys.

Listen... good night!

Get the songs done.

Just get the songs done

so we can get the music

out there to the talent, eh?

Okay? I can get out of my mortgage

and you get out of debt, all right?

- All right.

- Okay, then.

You got it.

Tomorrow! I'll have something for you.

- I'll hold you to it, Mike.

- Done deal.

- Hey, wait up, will you?

- Hey.

Hi. Um, I just wanted to tell you

- I really thought you were dynamite.

- Oh, thanks.

And I want to thank you

for coming in.

A lot of people come in

the studio and they've either got chops

or they think they've got chops,

but you...

Can I buy you a drink?

Uh, I don't drink.

- But thank you.

- Well...

why don't you buy me a drink?

taken you to Cabo for that drink,

but not any more.

Oh, the bad old days!

But, no, I'm going... I'm going

to my hotel room.

I'm gonna take a shower

and I'm going to bed. So...

We could do that too.

- I'm kidding.

- Man, all right.

I knew... I thought you were, but...

- Yeah, I was kidding.

- You're leaving me here flatfooted,

a little dumbfounded,

to be perfectly honest.

- No, I'm...

- Um...

why do you go to a hotel?

I thought you lived around here?

I do. How do you...

One of the guys, he told me

that sometimes you stay at a hotel

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