Jessica Cameron and Heather Dorff in “Red Eye” and “Buckout Road”
– The delectably saucy duo of Jessica Cameron and Heather Dorff should be on every horror fan’s lips and they’re set to sizzle at this year’s Hot Springs Horror Film Fest with their appearance in 2 terror tales.
– Your favourite Scream Queens star in the blood-soaked film “Red Eye” which sees Heather playing Ryann O’Riley who is documenting a local legend and Jessica as Bea, a woman with a warning for would be adventurers.
– Next, catch Jessica and Heather in the Canadian horror flick “Buckout Road” which stars Lethal Weapon’s Danny Glover and tells of urban legends on the famed Buckout Road that might just be terrifyingly real.
Abby Eiland in “Witch Hunt”
– It’s great to see female-fronted movies in the indie genre gaining a great following especially with the talented Abby Eiland emerging as an actress with a sparkling presence that’s complemented by vulnerability.
– We’ve certainly been waiting for a witch fest along the lines of “The Craft” and it’s awesome to be able to see Abby in “Witch Hunt” as Mary who could potentially be a witch in a home gathering of five women.
– At this year’s Dances With Films, she also proved to be a riveting watch in the western “Cassidy Red” as the gunslinger Josephine Cassidy who is on a mission to exact vengeance on the corrupt sheriff of her hometown.
Sheri Davis in “Hair Of The Dog”
– Once more we fall at the feet of multi-faceted women in the horror genre and Sheri Davis has shown her mettle on both sides of the camera as we as indie fans rejoice to watch her shine in all that is good about indie cinema.
– Her directorial debut “Hair Of The Dog” which is quite the riveting thriller will see her also star as Crystal, the wife of a man whose path of alcoholism and domestic violence which ultimately leads to his undoing.
– Sheri is also notable for her gender bending role in “Snake with a Human Tail” as a fractured rape victim who changes his identity and exacts revenge on the perpetrators who made his life a living hell.
Jessy Hughes & Sherri Eakin in “The Atoning”
– The genial qualities of Jessy Hughes and Sherri Eakin is apparent in its beauty and both these luscious ladies can be seen in “The Atoning” which has shades of “The Sixth Sense” yet accentuated by its own set of twists.
– Jessy plays Vanessa, a seductive presence of the movie and her backstory has a resonating impact on the crumbling marriage of Virginia Newcomb’s Vera which sets the supernatural moments in motion.
– Sherri appears as Sara, a woman who resorts to a medium’s help in getting rid of the spirits in her family’s home which proves to be one of several pivotal reveals in what is a tension-filled horror film.