Sizzling Cutie: Susannah Hart Jones

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SUSANNAH HART JONES makes it easy for many a viewer to fall for her because she is both sweet and photogenic. One of the most indelible things which she has said was when describing herself as a free spirit. Thoroughly spunky in both body and spirit, SUSANNAH is incredibly gorgeous whether she’s modeling in fashionable threads or essaying a role. Think of SUSANNAH as the heavenly mix of Winona Ryder and Lacey Chabert, her attractive features proving to be unquestionably magnetic. In the indie horror “The Victorville Massacre”, she formed the triumvirate of hotties with Jen Nikolaus and Sonja O’ Hara who were terrorized by a serial killer. When talking about eye candy, SUSANNAH does indeed rank very high up!

Remember to visit the SUSANNAH HART JONES OFFICIAL SITE as you’ll be captivated by her recent swimsuit pics. How about the beaming smile and sunny personality of hers…..now those are appealing facets she has in abundance. Besides the horror genre, one of her must-see performances must be in the short film “Nude”. Set in the world of nude modeling, SUSANNAH plays a married women who confronts her illicit liaison during one particular session. She excelled in various degrees of intimacy her character was faced with. Primarily an indie talent, let’s hope Susannah gets her due recognition.

Sexiest Actresses At Film4 FrightFest 2011

Natalie Victoria in “Deadheads”

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As you might already now Natalie Victoria is in London for the screening for her movie “Deadheads” at this year’s Frightfest. They say love is undying and that’s how much her character Ellie means to one of the leading men (Mike played by Michael McKiddy) on this kick-ass zombie comedy…even after zombiefication, she’s still his infatuation! Oh and it’s not all puppy love as Natalie does get to rip hearts out in her second role as a vicious Zombie Bride. Get her on Season 2 of “The Walking Dead”…let’s perk up the melodrama with Miss Natalie’s winning smile as we already know she has bite…:) As sweet as nectar with a bombshell appeal, everyone should develop an addiction for Natalie in a hurry.

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Shanley Caswell & Spencer Locke in “Detention”

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Why do i adore Shanley Caswell? Because she granted me an Exclusive Interview as soon as I contacted her via Facebook and her accommodating personality is to be treasured. Why do i adore Spencer Locke? Because she has an irrepressible cuteness that’s on par with Glee’s Dianna Agron. Together they may be the opposite spectra of youthful exuberance (or is it angst) yet the delectable duo shines in the slasher “Detention” that’s been called everything from visually trippy horror to a surge of teen culture and dark humor. While Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy were icons of the 80s thanks to The Breakfast Club which ranks as influential to certain scenes in “Detention”, Shanley and Spencer themselves are set to be role models for their generation.

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Maya Hazen & Maria Olsen in “Vile”

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A film that’s inspired by “Hostel”…that’s the premise of “Vile”, a shocker that has a group of people taken by force and subjected to brutal experiments Nazi style! You would know that this very blog was borne out of my fascination with all things gorno and this has two ladies who have been exceptionally active on the horror scene. At the very start of the trailer (above), one of the hardest working women in horror Maria Olsen forebodes of the terror to come in a British accent no less. She’s an extraodinary character actress able to embody a diverse number of faces horror has ever seen. Maya Hazen is a Japanese American cutie with the charisma to spice up any feature most notably in the US remake of “Shutter”.

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Sara Paxton in “The Innkeepers”

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Now here’s a busy actress that’s rapidly making a name for herself in the horror/thriller genre. Sara Paxton could certainly be the one to challenge Danielle Harris for the throne of prevalently dynamic Horror Princess…something we might never have expected from her seeing how she previously starred in much light-hearted fare such as a mermaid in Aquamarine. An intense turn as a rape victim in “The Last House On The Left” remake has lead to enthralling upcoming roles in “Shark Night 3D” and “The Innkeepers”. While the former sees her as the sexy bikini-clad eye candy with a tough mental exterior, the latter is all about her ability to illustrate charm under duress amidst the slow-burning eerieness crafted by the expert direction of Ti West.

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Melissa George in “A Lonely Place To Die”

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Melissa George and her peers such as Anna Torv, Yvonne Strahovski, Rachael Taylor,etc. have been captivating our hearts for a number of years, showing both guile and exquisiteness we’ve come to covet. Add pioneering hotties such as Nicole Kidman and Naomi Watts as well as a wave of new sweethearts such as Rachel Carpani (the lead of new show “Against The Wall”) and it’s clear the Aussie Starlet Invasion into Hollywood is at a high. Certainly Melissa George is quite the stunner and surely must have one of the most beautiful lips in the business! Her run of physically demanding roles such as the one in “A Lonely Place To Die” could have her lauded as an action star but she’s just as capable of showing an air of vulnerability in the quieter scenes.