Indie Princess: Tabitha Bastien

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The radiance of a lady is always to be admired and blue-eyed blonde Tabitha Bastian has the often sought after comely appeal. One only has to peek into the women of the horror genre to be enamored with beauties such as Tabitha who has been hailed as Seattle’s Scream Queen. She’s the star of “The Anatomy of Monsters” which premieres this Sunday, Oct 19 at the Seattle Gothic Film Festival 2014. Portraying Sarah Chambers, a woman who is lured into a hotel room by an emotionally unhinged man, it seems she may not be just the unwilling victim at all! She can definitely exude an edgy femme fatale persona if called upon in such a role. Not only is Tabitha a versatile actress having dabbled in dramatic and comedic work, she’s also a huge horror fanatic (wonder what’s her favorite all time movie??). She has indicated she would love to meet up with fellow horror fans and I’d probably ask Tabitha on the day I get to connect with her in person.

Slated to star in “The Toyol”, a supernatural thriller steeped in Asian Folklore, she could soon be well received by Asian horror moviegoers. Although I’ve yet to come across one, the Toyol legend is well known in the South East Asia region including Singapore where I reside; a goblin-like creature with a craving for blood and the propensity to steal valuables for its master. On the web, she’s been part of the award-winning series “STILL” which has zombie origins as small Northwest town is plagued by an unknown infection and survivors seek sanctuary. We can’t wait for more of Tabitha as she starts to make a name for herself.

Drop by the TABITHA BASTIEN OFFICIAL SITE for all the latest updates on this gorgeous starlet.

The Sizzling Women To Adore @ Twin Cities Film Fest 2014


1. Bonnie Bower in “Escape”

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- It’s “Continuum” meets “Nikita” as Bonnie in her saucy catsuit glory stars as Eve in the sci-fi actioner “Escape”. She describes her character as a strong, dark, sexy (in an understated way), yet sensitive heroine.
– This was her first time doing anything in this kind of world, i.e. sci fi action. She ardently trained in Krav Maga to prep for the physical action sequences.
– Bonnie is quite the catch, captivating onscreen, ravishing on the red carpet (most recently at HollyShorts 2014 and personable in person. Fondness for her is everlasting…:)

2. Mackenzie Meehan in “These Hopeless Savages”

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- I almost did a double take after seeing pics of Mackenzie at the premiere of “The Wolf of Wall Street” as you could easily earmark her as the new ‘Katie Holmes’!
– She’s certainly the heart-breaker as Nicki in the indie comedy “These Hopeless Savages”, shooting down her boyfriend’s ego by rejecting his marriage proposal.
– We on the other hand are determined to inculcate an avidity for Mackenzie for she’s a dazzling cutie who happens to be a very bright prospect!

3. Molly Ryman in “Ink & Steel”


- With the indie scene at its zenith, Molly should by now be lauded for her impeccable work and is an indie starlet to crave!
– After all, she is an award-winning actress having garnered Best Actress at the Northwest Ohio Independent Film Festival for her multi-layered performance in “Things I Don’t Understand”.
– This riveting Minnesota talent may just be popping up at this year’s Twin Cities Film Fest with her being one of the stars of the gangster drama “Ink & Steel”.