Jamie Carson, Anya Benton, Alana Curry & Katie Lohmann in “Dahmer Vs Gacy”
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Jamie Carson: Well you’ll most certainly insatiably covet her since she’s the hostess of this year’s Everybody Dies Film Fest in the saucy form of her alter ego Machete Betty. I’ve seen the cleavage revealing Catsuit she dons in her recent shoot as Machete Betty and she’s a picture of incredible temptation, a tad more alluring than Machete Man Danny Trejo I should add…hehe. Her movie “Dahmer Vs Gacy screening at Everybody Dies at Orange County has her playing Melanie Potter, an ardent fan of serial killers and Jamie’s a delectable bundle of fun onscreen. She’s not only one of the nicest Scream Queens in the biz, Jamie has more than enough spice to drive us wild in the years ahead!
Anya Benton: She’s the Russian-born Bombshell who has shone in a myriad of genres even though she’s been a turn on in some of the more racier roles. As Daisy Daniels in “Dahmer Vs Gacy”, the comely blonde parodies news reporters to a tee and shows she can injects opportune shades of humor.
Alana Curry: There’s no denying her Sex Bomb credentials having sizzled in recent flicks 2001 Maniacs: Field Of Screams and “Breadcrumbs” more often than not in a scantily-clad bikini. Even though she plays up the bimbotic blonde stereotype as Holly Richards a serial killer devotee, she’s always an ultra adorable watch.
Katie Lohmann: You know you can’t take your eyes off her or her lust-inducing figure…:) A former Playboy Playmate who is essential to any sex comedy that’s ever existed, it’s also her bubbly personality on top of her titillating energy that gets us all hot and bothered. Often touted as having one of the most beautiful bodies today!
Jen Nikolaus in “Nowhere Road”
Having won Best Supporting Actress at the Los Angeles Movie Awards for the short film “Nowhere Road”, Jen Nikolaus is steadily becoming a bright prospect in horror. Excellent as Krin, her role is one of false facade as she goes from apparent victim to victimizer. She’ll surprise and leave you in awe as the sweetie pie college girl she plays who is supposedly stranded on an empty highway hides her own nasty agenda. We’ve seen our perception of a Hillbilly serial killer turned on its head in “Tucker & Dale vs Evil” and “Nowhere Road” takes it on a completely different direction with Jen’s wonderful obfuscation of appearances a measure of her acting finesse. Plus we do get to see Jen stripping down to her undies, her voluptuous va-va-voom body being another reason to crave this impressive talent.
Amber Bollinger, Jacqui Holland & Erin Marie Hogan in “Zombies and Assholes”
Here’s 3 immensely sexy women who are cannily able to milk the laughs while still maintaining an absolute desirability. Joan Rivers may have proclaimed that funny women are measured on Cup-size but I can find no wrong there especially when actresses Amber Bollinger, Jacqui Holland and Erin Marie Hogan prove that comedy thrives on its stimulating content. In “Zombies and Assholes”, it so happens The Walking Dead (think hot commodity!) are thrown into the mix of Gen X banter and biting zombedy. Watch out for the scene at the 1:54 mark of the ‘Zombie Attack’ clip (above) for the amusing ‘Breast Joke’. Amber has an eye-catching coolness that’s infectious, Jacqui is a pin up blonde with a charming sex appeal and busty beauty Erin intoxicates our loins with ease. All three vastly delightful scene-stealers in their own right!
Cathy Baron in “Dead Stop”
Miss Cathy Baron is becoming quite the habitual fixation on this Blog and with ample reason! She wholeheartedly believes people fascinate her as does love…well there’s a huge number of Cathy fans that will not fail to reciprocate the ardor for this cutie with the face of an angel. Thus, many would be crossing their fingers and hoping she survives in her latest film “Dead Stop” that aims to reinvent the wheel of Creature Features. Primal instincts abound as a group of friends discover that the desert can be a truly brutal place. Carving that ‘Scream Queen’ niche for herself which she also brilliantly took on previously in “The Eves”, she cleverly develops her characters with such accessible captivation. Recently recognized as a Geek Goddess for her work on “Elf Quest: A Fan Imagining”, she’s an obsession well worth having…:)