Five of the Incendo's most memorable made-for-TV movies:
Crimes of Passion (2005)
Dina Meyer (Starship Troopers, Saw) is attempting to rise to the top of a large, faceless corporation. She and a fellow employee become lovers, and then attempt to bilk the company out of money with a fake sexual harassment case. But another co-worker learns of their deception, and things soon begin to fall apart.
Reverse Angle (2009)
An ambitious up-and-coming journalist, played by Emmanuelle Vaugier (Smallville, Two and a Half Men), suffers a head injury in a car accident. Since she contracts amnesia, she can't recall who she is or what story she was pursuing. Then she unearths a big clue: Her last interview was with a scientist who had the secret to an alternative source of energy - and now he's been killed. Vaugier must find out who wants her dead, and why.
Blind Trust (2007)
Jessica Capshaw (Grey's Anatomy, Minority Report) stars as a woman who is set up for the murder of her best friend and boyfriend, who were both killed while in bed together. A high-profile lawyer offers to take on her case for no charge, but then loses. While awaiting her sentence, Capshaw manages to escape, and must find the real killer while on the lam. Art Hindle (Black Christmas, Invasion of the Body Snatchers) co-stars.
Wandering Eye (2011)
Amanda Righetti (The Mentalist, Friday the 13th) is in a frustrating marriage and feels neglected by her workaholic husband. After meeting a man on a website that helps foster extramarital affairs, Righetti learns he has been murdered. She soon finds out that the website is being used by a serial killer. Could it be her husband, or is it another man using the site? Also starring Tim Post (Affliction, Mambo Italiano).
Wicked Minds (2002)
Angie Everhart (The Last Action Hero, Bordello of Blood) plays a woman who marries an older man (Winston Rekert). Trouble arises when his son (Andrew Walker) arrives home after travelling through Europe. Everhart and Walker soon begin a steamy stepmom-and-son affair, and suspicions are raised when Dad mysteriously dies.Report Typo/Error