Indie Starlets To Crave @ Arizona Underground Film Fest 2014

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1. Jackie Moore in “Pernicious”


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- Be captivated by Jackie as she stars in “Pernicious” as a sunny American girl discovers a malevolent spirit out for blood on her dream trip to Thailand
- It’s so awesome to see a horror film set in Asia specifically Thailand especially with more and more actress cropping up on locales of the Far East such as Kristin Stewart who is in Singapore shooting. Hope the luscious Jackie can drop by some time in the future too!
- With her new action series “Black Jacks” due to be released and numerous features in post-production, this vivacious blonde is on the fast track to stardom!


2. Ruby LaRocca in “Call Girl of Cthulhu”

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- There’s no better way that to admire an actress like Ruby who revels in her alternative looks and her intriguing roles in the horror genre.
- Ruby will appear in the Lovecraftian-like film “Call Girl Of The Cthulhu” which has everything from crazy cultists and romance.
- She’s also about to dazzle us a writer and director with the twisted tale “SOCIOPATHIA” showcasing her creative talents destined to shock audiences.


3. Tina Krause in “Upsidedown Cross”

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- It’s fitting that a sensual actress such as Tina appears in the sordid “Upsidedown Cross” about a woman who comes under the devilish influence of an evil preacher.
- This vixen of terror has numerous features in the works which means being entranced by the petite yet curvaceous Tina is customary.
- She is one of the most recognizable faces on the indie horror scene and so happens to be one of the sexiest too!


4. Halldóra Geirharðsdóttir in “Metalhead”

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- It’s a blessing to be able to savor the work of European actresses but ever since she starred in “Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre”, Halldóra has been one of my favorites from Iceland.
- She may be under-rated but her appearance as a mother who lost her son in the goth drama “Metalhead” should get many talking.
- One has to love how she plays women with the internal fortitude to overcome the odds and she’s brilliant at every time of asking for each role.


5. Shannon Lark in “I Am Monster”

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- Easily one of the sexiest indie vixens, Shannon is flying the flag for feminist horror and she’s every bit as intriguing in them.
- Watch her jolt every horror fan as the disturbing woman who has a fetish for the flesh of the dead in the provocative “I Am Monster”.
- I’m tempted to laud her as the Angelina Jolie of horror because she can be a dead ringer for her and also as Shannon is exceeding the boundaries with her unnerving performances.

Nantucket Film Festival Spotlight 2014: Rising Starlet Ylfa Edelstein

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Naturally exquisite, Ylfa Edelstein has an enigmatic presence that more than just pique our curiosity. Having famously played the legendary Marlene Dietrich in a play called “Puma” and was roundly praised for her seductive performance, she must surely be held in high regard. By far, Reykjavík Iceland (where Ylfa hails from) is one of the destinations on my bucket list and it’s awesome to be in awe of the wealth of female talents from such a picturesque country. Things are certainly getting hotter for Ylfa seeing how she has a recurring role in the new series “The Knick” starring Clive Owen which would thrust her even more into the public eye. Steven Soderbergh must surely have something to do with her casting as he has an eye for amazing women. Ylfa is playing a nurse so I’m expecting some fantasies to be fulfilled! She did ask me about my obsession for actresses so it’s only going to grow from now on!

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At this year’s Nantucket film festival, you will be treated to this lady’s attractiveness as she appears in the short film “The Hyperglot”. It’s a story of a man who can’t seem to connect to women despite his impressive communication skills but I’m pretty sure we can find the words to praise Ylfa. Remember to check out her reel at the YFLA EDELSTEIN OFFICIAL SITE and start gazing at one of the blossoming names of the film industry.