The Michelle Apartments is a Canadian black comedy film, released in 1995, by John Pozer. The film stars Henry Czerny as Alex Hartwell, a government auditor sent to the small town of Walton to review the books of a chemical company. When his hotel room is mistakenly given to another client, he is forced to take a room in the Michelle Apartments, where he is drawn into a romantic attraction to his neighbour Madeline (Mary Beth Rubens), whose husband Dean (Daniel Kash) is in prison. When Dean is released and comes home to find Madeline and Alex kissing, events spiral into a murderous chaos. The film was written by Ross Weber, directed by John Pozer and produced by Stavros C. Stavrides. The cast also includes Peter Outerbridge, Nancy Beatty and Maria Vacratsis. Its music score was composed by Canadian musician Mark Korven. The movie was released on VHS in Canada by Cineplex Odeon but as of 2010, there has been no DVD release yet. However, as of July 2013, it is currently available through AT&T U-Verse's Screen Pack.
Chad Loves Michelle from Relevé Entertainment and InventTV, will feature an honest inside look at the path to marriage between Grammy award-winning singer Michelle Williams, one-third of chart-topping Destiny's Child, and Chad Johnson, sports chaplain to professional sports organizations. Having been together for a year and never in the same city for more than seven days, the newly engaged couple is turning to intensive pre-marital counseling to help prepare them for life together as husband and wife. Both are relocating to Los Angeles from different cities in the months leading up to their wedding, but not to the same bedroom. Guided by their faith and unwavering values, the couple has vowed to consummate the relationship only after they are wed. Each episode will feature real issues the couple is tackling in their everyday lives, including Michelle's high-profile battle with mental health issues, and the lessons they learn from the pre-marital counseling sessions that bond them stronger together.