5 Indie Sweethearts Who Sizzle In Amityville Terror



Amanda Barton


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Lai-Ling Bernstein


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Tonya Kay


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Nicole Tompkins


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Christy St. John


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5 Crave-worthy Women in 1 Horror Film evokes five times the adulation and we’re blessed to be able to appreciate their distinctive appeal. With the release of “Amityville Terror” available digitally and for purchase, the time is ripe to sing the praises of the onscreen femmes who are illuminating this enthrallingly scary movie. Actresses Amanda Barton and Tonya Kay have graced this blog before in enticing fashion so we would certainly welcome the charms of Lai-Ling Bernstein, Nicole Tompkins and Christy St. John.

Here are the fabulous ladies giving us an insight into each of their roles:

Amanda Barton
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I was very excited when I was approached to write The Amityville Terror. I have always loved horror and I was enthusiastic to put a fun spin on a classic tale.The character I portray in The Amityville Terror is Shae, an eccentric artist with a troubled past. Shae struggles with her inner demons, and it is this vulnerability in her character that allows the evil spirit trapped in the house to latch on to her and ultimately possess her. It doesn’t take long for the darkness to unravel.

Lai-Ling Bernstein
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My name is Lai-Ling Bernstein and I played Jenny, which is known as a good witch in the town. My friend Brett requested I help Hailey rid her room of evil spirits and the film will show whether I am successful at this or not.

Tonya Kay
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My name is Tonya Kay and I play DELILAH, the secretive property manager.

My link is http://imdb.me/tonyakay

Check out more of Tonya Kay here:
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Nicole Tompkins
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My character, Hailey Jacobsen is not your typical teenager in the sense that she has a strong relationship with her parents, and exhibits a total badass persona. Definitely a Daddy’s girl and a bit of a tomboy, Hailey rides a dirt bike everywhere she goes and rarely parts with her crossbow with which she maintains deadly aim usually shooting trees and cans. A no-nonsense music lover, with stubborn will and sarcastic humor, Hailey is curious, observant, and smart. When Hailey moves to the town of Amityville, she is anything but thrilled to leave her big city lifestyle and even less excited to be moving in with her Aunt Shae. Miles away from any concert venue (real civilization), Hailey has to adapt to the odd people of Amityville, finding a friend and romantic intrigue in Brett, her mysterious classmate, and an enemy in his wannabe girlfriend, Theresa. Throughout the film, Hailey discovers that everyone has a secret as she uncovers the truth behind the house that begins to haunt them all.

Christy St. John
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My name is Christy and I played Thersea in the film. I can’t seem to stop getting cast as the bitch, and frankly, I’m thrilled by it. My name is Christy St. John and I play Theresa in Amityville Terror. Theresa, like all bullies, attacks when she feels her kingdom is threatened. Of course being in the horror genre, this attack is very literal. Theresa’s main flaws are over confidence in what she knows and an unwillingness to accept change. Of course, when the stakes are as high as her own life and the lives of her friends, it makes sense to turn against the new girl destined for the chopping block anyway. Really what I played with was a loss of control, escalating to biting off more than I could chew and getting more than I bargained for.

Each starlet of “Amityville Terror” brings their finesse for storytelling with wonderful resonance, adding intrigue to the infamous Haunted House in Amityville mythos. Helmed by a bevy of gorgeous talents, it’s time we get addicted to the women who stimulate our senses in the must-watch “Amityville Terror”.

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