Thetan Movies of Deborah Gibson

My Girlfriend's Boyfriend
My Girlfriend's Boyfriend is a 1999 screwball comedy film written and directed by Kenneth Schapiro. It was filmed in Long Island, New York. Gay soap actor Cliff (Bruno) is about to marry an unsuspecting girl (Larkin) for the sake of his image, to the chagrin of his boyfriend Wes (Koenig). However, a prowling reporter (Gibson) has some interesting photographs which could cause general consternation. The main romance is between the reporter Melissa and the maid of honour's uncoordinated date Jake (Runnette). Singer-songwriter Deborah Gibson sang the theme tune.

Soulkeeper is a Sci Fi Pictures original film that premiered October 13, 2001 on the Sci Fi Channel. After stealing Abraham Lincoln's stovepipe hat from a Civil War reenactment and then being subsequently dumped by their unseen boss "Mr M", two thieves (or "acquisition specialists"), Corey Mahoney (played by Rodney Rowland) and Terrence Christian (played by Kevin Patrick Walls), are at a loss till they are hired by the mysterious Pascal (played by Brad Dourif). His proposition is for them to acquire the Rock of Lazarus, an ancient relic capable of returning souls back to Earth. In return for this, he guarantees $8000 up front and $100,000 when the job's done. However, troubles soon arise as they encounter demons and Simon Magus, an evil sorcerer believing he is the son of God.

Coffee Date
Coffee Date is a 2006 independent film written and directed by Stewart Wade and released by BrownBag Productions.[1] Originally a short film by Wade, it was expanded into a feature and played at various film festivals. The film stars Jonathan Bray, Wilson Cruz, Jonathan Silverman and Sally Kirkland and also features Deborah Gibson, Elaine Hendrix and Leigh Taylor-Young. In addition to acting in the film, Gibson wrote and performed the closing credits song.
The film portrays Todd (Bray) who arrives at a cafe for a blind date with Kelly (Cruz), whom he expects to be a girl. When Kelly turns out to be a gay man, Todd discovers that he has been the victim of a prank by his brother Barry (Silverman). Todd and Kelly decide to get revenge on Barry by pretending they are indeed now a couple. However, the joke soon goes further than they expected when Todd's family and friends all soon believe him to be gay. Despite his repeated attempts to prove otherwise, Todd soon finds himself doubting his own sexuality, and feelings toward Kelly.

Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus
Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus is a monster/disaster film by The Asylum, released on May 19, 2009, in the United States and on August 7, 2009, in the United Kingdom. Off the coast of Alaska, oceanographer Emma MacNeil (Deborah Gibson) is studying the migration patterns of whales aboard an experimental submarine she took without permission from her employer. Meanwhile, a military helicopter drops experimental sonar transmitters into the water, causing a pod of whales to go out of control and start ramming a nearby glacier. In the chaos, the helicopter crashes into the glacier, and the combined damage breaks the glacier open, thawing two hibernating, prehistoric creatures. MacNeil narrowly avoids destruction as, unknown to her, a giant shark and octopus are freed. Some time later, a drilling platform off the coast of Japan is attacked by the octopus, which has tentacles large enough to wrap around the entire structure. After returning to Point Dume, California, MacNeil investigates the corpse of a beached whale covered with bloody wounds. Her employer (Mark Hengst) believes them to be from a tanker propeller, but MacNeil insists they appear to be from a creature. Later, she extracts what appears to be a shark’s tooth from one of the wounds. Elsewhere, the huge shark leaps tens of thousands of feet into the air from the ocean and attacks a commercial aircraft, forcing it to crash into the water.