Let's see if I get this straight: E!'s Kill Reality was a "meta-reality" series wherein "reality personalities" — i.e., participants in other reality shows like Survivor, The Real World, The Apprentice, The Bachelor, The Amazing Race — were ensconced in a house together as they auditioned, rehearsed and acted in an independent supernatural thriller called The Scorned?
A reality show about the stars of other reality shows making a movie? Wow, it would take a Ph.D. in philosophy to fully comprehend those ontological convolutions.
Nonetheless, The Scorned — "Hell hath no fury like a dead woman scorned" — has indeed been made and will debut on E! on — when else? — Halloween (see the steamy trailer here), October 31, from 9:00-11:00PM ET/PT. Leading into the film, the final episode of the Kill Reality series will air at 8:00PM ET/PT.
In the Robert Kubilos-directed flick, Bob Guiney plays Matt, a "charismatic ladies' man" caught in a dangerous love triangle with fellow Bachelor alum Trish Schneider and her best gal pal, sexy vixen Trishelle Cannatella (The Real World: Las Vegas). Steven Hill (The Real World: Las Vegas) and Jenna Lewis (Survivor: Borneo and Survivor: All Stars) play former scorned lovers who still have plenty of chemistry. Jonny Fairplay (Survivor: Pearl Islands) is a prankster, Ethan Zohn (Survivor: All Stars and winner of Survivor: Africa) is a deranged stalker with a secret, and Toni Ferrari (Paradise Hotel) is a wise cracking detective - gotta have one of those. Reichen Lehmkuhl (The Amazing Race winner) and Tonya Cooley (The Real World: Chicago) play Seth and Jennifer, a feisty couple who spend most of their time between the sheets. An "A-list set" of reality stars round off the cast with a string of cameo appearances.