Sizzling Women To Crave @ Northeast Film Festival Horror Fest 2016


Jessica Jade Andres in “Trunk Space”

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– In “Trunk Space”, be entranced by the spunky Jessica Jade Andres who shines as Anna, a woman who unwittingly picks up a drifter in this riveting story full of unpredictable twists.
– Jessica is currently getting rave reviews for her resonating portrayal in the play “Kentucky” as Hiro, an angry daughter scarred by abuse who returns home from New York.
– This Filipino American beauty is effortlessly easy on the eyes and having fascinated us on multiple platforms, she could well be a sought after talent in the months ahead.

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Caroline Heinle, Deirdre Lorenz, Deborah Twiss & Jean Louise O’Sullivan in “Into The Outbreak”

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– Caroline Heinle is the female lead of “Into The Outbreak” and her warm personality makes her an ideal, relatable heroine of a zombie apocalypse.
– Best known for her breakout role as the super bitch Mira in the romantic comedy “Broken Gardenias”, she was also recently a fascinating face in the vigilante horror flick “Joker’s Wild”.
– Her distinctive curly locks and luminous smile is sure to fill our hearts with fervor for the exquisite Caroline, a genuine talent on the rise.

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actress deirdre lorenz into the outbreak

– Deirdre Lorenz is the captivating star of the zombie trilogy which begins with “Surviving The Outbreak” followed by “After The Outbreak” and then “Into The Outbreak”.
– She plays Sarah, a survivor who is part of the group that encounter the initial infection in what has become a dangerous world even for those that have retained their humanity
– With her exuberant sex appeal, Deirdre is the rare breed of actress with a most striking sensuality whether she’s a blonde, brunette or redhead on screen.

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actress deborah twiss into the outbreak

– Deborah Twiss is certifiably one of indie film’s sexiest actress and the ravishing actress/producer/writer is an accomplished talent both on as well as off screen
– While she’s an alluring mainstay in horror films such as “Into The Outbreak”, she’s just as intriguing as a dramatic and comedic actress so it’s warranted to be smitten with her.
– Don’t miss the sultry Deborah heating up the screen as Abigail, an unfulfilled married woman who enters into a steamy affair with a handsome stranger in “A Beautiful Distraction”.

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– A nubile starlet of the indie scene, Jean Louise O’Sullivan is consistently mesmerizing in horror films and she’ll rapturously entice us in “Into The Outbreak” too.
– Don’t miss her in “Sorority Slaughterhouse”, the creepy indie flick that sees a group of sorority girls being terrorized by a killer clown doll ala “Chucky” meets “IT” !
– She is starring in the dramedy “Kate Can’t Swim” which is premiering at Slamdance 2017 alongside Zosia Mamet of “Girls” fame so expect big things from this most lovely actress.

Indie Sweetheart: Danielle Baker

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Indie horror is blessed with the most enticing talents and the ravishing Danielle Baker has the bewitching looks to She stars in “Oh, The Effing Horror” which is screening at the Northeast Film Festival – Horror Fest starting Dec 7th. As Luci Fuer, she’s on a camping date but with a killer on the loose, will the love fest be literally cut short? “Oh, The Effing Horror” does suggests there’s bound to be some tongue-in-cheek humor and with a delectable leading lady such as Danielle, this is a horror comedy short that would be ardently approved.

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Danielle also appeared in “The Before Time”, the found footage film steeped in Native American mythology. This is spiritual lore that should be messed with but of course two two crews blissfully ignore the dangers and head into the desert to shoot a reality show based on a buried Navajo treasure.

Here’s Danielle giving us an insight into her character in “The Before Time”:

“The Before Time” was so much fun to film! The location was incredible and the cast and crew were extremely supportive and a blessing to work with. My role as Cate was so much fun to play because of her outgoing and carefree attitude. It’s not often in films or TV that you get to play directly to camera so being that I was a reporter and got to do so, it was a nice change. I loved her willingness to go after what she wanted but without being a “Bitch”.

She starred alongside Jules Hartley who has actually visited my home in Singapore and I would love if Danielle drop by for a visit someday. In the near future, let’s hope the very foxy Danielle gets to sizzle up the indie scene in even more interesting projects.