Actress and Martial Artiste AONI MA is an all-round captivator, potently beguiling and equipped with the pugilistic skills to rouse your senses. If you’ve seen the myriad of photos floating around the web, AONI has the perfectly svelte body and killer looks (as cliché as that may sound). It’s appropriate to showcase the sexy AONI since we are after all in the throes of Chinese New Year 2013 and in the celebratory mood for admiring Asian hotties. After watching her in the intense Spike Tv Scream Awards Promo 2009 which she headlined with Caity Lotz (who is a fav of mine), I’m instantly drawn to AONI’s prowess on camera. Having gone on a FitBox cum martial arts training at Zen Martial Arts recently, stunt women such as AONI really make it look so easy when in fact it’s really punishing for you. The best part of it all is they are so beautiful and elegant when executing those dynamite moves. Check out this site : http://www.alivenotdead.com/Aonima to see her wielding a long blade and exuding sensuality from every pore.
In an interview, she talks about telling stories though body movements be it if is in a photo, feature film or even dancing in a music video. Soon you’ll be able to catch her in “Project Purgatory Beijing”, a Zombie Apocalypse horror tale with elements of gaming thrown into the kick-ass mix. AONI is a natural for the high-energy themes and ideal playing Grave, the cold, bitchy assassin. This is one Action Diva we could get attached to for quite some time. Thanks to AONI, don’t forget to visit http://www.zombiekillersmovie.com another amazing actioner full of girls killing zombies and endless fun for fans of the Walking Dead!
With today being International Women’s Day, I present the hottest Booth Babes in the world!!
When the freshest faces of the film world are so often discovered, it’s because they excel in truthful performances and RACHEL QUINN did ever so admirably in “Megan Is Missing”. The dramatic thriller hits closer to home with its painfully realistic tale of the dangers lurking on the web as Megan, a sexually adventurous 14- year old gets abducted. As the jailbait Megan, RACHEL thrives on the wild side of her character who even confesses to giving her first blowjob at the age of ten! It’s the case of girls trying to grow up too fast, as a result careering straight into trouble as her seemingly innocent dalliances on the web cam turned to tragedy. Precocious teenage girls seem to attract the most undesirable elements and they’ve been depicted onscreen for quite some time. Think Dominique Swain, as the personification of youthful temptation of a grandpa in the remake of “Lolita” as was Ellen Page in “Hard Candy” although that film became harrowing in a hurry for the the horny paedophile. This time round, RACHEL culls that authenticity of a sexualized teen, revealing a promiscuity that would frighten the living hell our of parents. Then there’s her at the brutal end that’s hard to swallow; Perversely Bound and tortured, this is Hostel for the digital generation.
Having done theatre for years, the social networking cautionary tale “Megan Is Missing” was her debut film feature and from the oft, she’s been impressive, auguring well for her future ahead. You can catch her in the short film “Kaka Nirvana” (above) as a Hollywood type on a sometimes warped road of salvation after being dumped by her lover. Gravitating towards these dark roles means drawing on a tide of emotions and RACHEL has the wherewithal to convey them. With RACHEL, there’ll be plenty of ticks in the LIKE Column for this aspiring actress and we wish her all the best.
Kitsie Duncan in “Lethal Obsession”
Here’s a lady who has a sumptuous sophistication as red-hot as the gorgeous locks on her. Kitsie Duncan stars in “Lethal Obsession”as the owner of a popular web-cam site glamorizing scantily-clad girls via live streaming. It all goes south when they are killed while performing their sensual acts and she’s suspected of being the murderer. This movie is a wet dream for anyone who has a voyeurism fetish, especially when it’s the sexy performance of Kitsie Duncan fueling those fantasies.
Nikki Estridge in “Cyclone”
Nikki Estridge provides two of the most memorable moments in the indie film “Cyclone” in which she plays a woman seeking revenge for wrongful imprisonment. Firstly, she displays remarkable athleticism as she faces off with a huge dude in a lengthy and brutal fist fight. Secondly, we see her cleaning her blood stains in the most steamy of ways highlighting the enticingly toned, olive-skinned body we know she has. She’s one sexy gal with the flair to stir your senses.
Jessica Cameron in “The Dead Matter”
You might have seen Jessica Cameron in a bikini for an unforgettable hot tub interview and the numerous glamorous shots of this Canadian Vixen on almost every social media platform. She may face some of the darkest subject matter ever seen on film yet Jessica retains the bubbly personality that would make anyone have a crush on her. The surrealistic feature “The Dead Matter” was one of her very first roles and ever since, Jessica has grown into a must-see horror starlet.
Kristina Klebe in “Zone Of The Dead”
When I first saw her in “Halloween” being downright flirty and dirty, I knew I would be forever hooked on the immensely luscious Kristina Klebe. Even though her calling has been horror, she keeps things interesting by essaying TV Roles as well as dabbling in comedies and romantic dramas. If you want a kicks ass zombie killing action heroine, Kristina pulls out all the stops in “Zone Of The Dead” which is screening on May 14th. Call her the excellence of elegance..:)
Katie Bearden in “Monomaniacal”
Festivals and conventions are regularly an awesome experience as we get a chance to watch some of the best emerging actresses on show. Katie Bearden may be a newcomer but she already fulfills the exciting promise of a blossoming indie horror talent. Check out the twisted short film “Monomanical” for her strenuously intense portrayal of a woman fleeing for her life from a killer. Katie was so wonderfully convincing, she left me on the edge of my seat as the eponymous Final Girl.