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TV Vixens To Crave – 17 November 2017

Eliza Coupe in “Future Man” – The Future is Indeed Woman with the luscious Eliza Coupe kicking ass on the sci-fi Hulu show “Future Man” as Tiger, the video game character who travels into the real world with her colleague Wolf (Derek Wilson). – Starring alongside Josh Hutcherson who plays Josh Futterman, the person she views as a saviour, Eliza injects wry humour and sass … Continue reading TV Vixens To Crave – 17 November 2017

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TV Vixens To Crave – 14 November 2017

Anna Enger in “Superstition” – With upcoming roles on “Hawaii Five-0”, “Life Sentence” alongside Pretty Little Liar’s Lucy Hale and “The Haunting of Hill House”, the vivacious Anna Enger is to be lauded as one of TV Land’s most desirable faces. – In the new horror series “Superstition, she’s a most beguiling figure as Sarah who at first appears benevolent towards Officer May Westbrook ( … Continue reading TV Vixens To Crave – 14 November 2017

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Hotties On Film, TV, DVD & The Web – 11 November 2017

Katrina Begin in “Second Chance Christmas” – Christmas might be more than a month away but the season is quickly becoming festive with the release of “Second Chance Christmas” starring Katrina Begin who is a most endearing romantic leading lady. – Katrina is a genuinely enchanting vision as Caroline, a woman whose marriage is on the rocks until an accident on the way to file … Continue reading Hotties On Film, TV, DVD & The Web – 11 November 2017

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Kate Hodge

When it comes to admiring the perennial enchanters of film and TV, the very lovely Kate Hodge springs to mind. She stars in the sombre drama “Beach Rats” which has screened at Sundance and sees her at her most eminence as Donna, the dishevelled yet loving mother of a carefree young man Frankie. Fleshing out the emotional burden of her character, Kate shines as the … Continue reading Kate Hodge

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Screen Sweethearts To Crave @ Studio City Film Festival 2017

Tess Niedermeyer in “Reverie” – A most promising indie starlet, Tess Niedermeyer is making inroads into our hearts on both the dramatic and comedic front. Her radiant appeal and soft, feminine features will be the cornerstone of our affection. – She’s a enchanting vision in the dramatic short “Reverie” as Bella Hamilton who has a flourishing connection with an Asian actor Ali Sharif ( Leo … Continue reading Screen Sweethearts To Crave @ Studio City Film Festival 2017

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AFM 2017 Spotlight: Kelsey Tucker

There’s no doubt this year’s AFM is an eclectic edition with multi-talented women such as Kelsey Tucker at the forefront. She is the writer, producer and one of the actors in “The Competition”, a romantic comedy starring Thora Birch and Chris Klein. The film will hit theaters on January 26th and will be available the same day on demand. In what should be a comeback … Continue reading AFM 2017 Spotlight: Kelsey Tucker

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AFM 2017 Spotlight: Denise Milfort

It’s time to shower an affluence of love for up and coming indie actress Denise Milfort. She stars as voodoo priestess Agrona in “Dead On Arrival” which is written and directed by Stephen C Sepher who also wrote Heist which starred Robert Deniro. We’ve certainly missed our voodoo fix ever since the days of Angela Bassett’s Marie Laveau in “American Horror Story” and it’s wonderful … Continue reading AFM 2017 Spotlight: Denise Milfort

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AFM 2017 Spotlight: The Women of Con Man

November is going to be a busy period with a swath of film festivals to keep audiences riveted and the film “Con Man” promises to be an exciting one. Screening at this year’s AFM, it has Mark Hamill who will return in the highly anticipated “The Last Jedi” and a bevy of elegant actresses. “Con Man” focuses on the smooth criminal that is disgraced CEO … Continue reading AFM 2017 Spotlight: The Women of Con Man

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Portland Film Festival 2017 Spotlight: Corina Calderon

Screen Goddess Corina Calderon is primed to be a global sizzler and she’s ready to turn heads at this year’s Portland Film Festival. She stars in “Khali The Killer” as Cori, the love interest of Richard Cabral’s titular hitman Khali who reneges on the hits he’s been assigned to due to his sympathetic nature. While we can fathom them being the epitome of Bonnie And … Continue reading Portland Film Festival 2017 Spotlight: Corina Calderon

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Screen Sirens To Adore @ Big Apple Film Fest 2017

Christine Weatherup in “Stealing Zen” – Her immaculate performance in the drama “Bread And Butter” installed her as an indie actress to covet and the graceful Christine Weatherup went on to essay memorable instances on film, television and the web. – The relatable essence she deftly projects as Elizabeth, the concerned sibling who helps her jilted sister Tara (Abigail Wright) to steal a lucky rock … Continue reading Screen Sirens To Adore @ Big Apple Film Fest 2017

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The Must Watch Indie Darlings @ Portland Film Festival 2017

Tasha Ames in “Women And Sometimes Men” – Film Festivals are where the wonderful women of independent cinema make their mark and Tasha Ames, the leading lady of “Women And Sometimes Men” delivers a star-making turn with a complexity that’s stellar! – She will keep audiences enthralled as Sara, a woman who whilst engaged decides to call off her wedding as she still has desires … Continue reading The Must Watch Indie Darlings @ Portland Film Festival 2017

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TV Vixens To Crave – 2nd November 2017

Beth Lacke in “Kevin (Probably) Saves the World” – Lovable and full of grace, Beth Lacke has illuminated the small screen in shows such as “Frequency” and “Black-ish” and this week, she guest-stars as down on her luck mom Emily Owens in “Kevin (Probably) Saves the World”. – Her character might have started on the wrong foot with Jason Ritter’s Kevin but we soon see … Continue reading TV Vixens To Crave – 2nd November 2017

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Portland Film Festival 2017 Spotlight: Brynn Baron

It’s all about celebrating the women of indie films and here’s a nod to Brynn Baron, an actress and producer from Portland who has an endearing touch. She stars in “Zilla And Zoe” which is a film steeped in familial values yet revolves around Halloween which is so apt this week. Portland is liken to a treasure trove of actresses and Brynn represents the glowing … Continue reading Portland Film Festival 2017 Spotlight: Brynn Baron

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The Women Of Halloween Pussy Trap Kill Kill

Halloween is finally here and it’s time that the scare-fest being with the slasher flick “Halloween Pussy Trap Kill Kill” which stars a most gorgeous female cast. Joining the likes of Sara Malakul Lane and Nicole Sterling are Lauren Parkinson as well as Tasha Tacosa who are endearing faces in the horror genre. With shades of “Saw” and “Hostel” with a nod to sexploitation movies, … Continue reading The Women Of Halloween Pussy Trap Kill Kill