Rising Starlet: Emily Killian

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Yet again the women of the indie world come to captivate us and the radiant Emily Killian should be one to covet in the month of July. Expected to be released on the 24th, “The Chosen” is an upcoming horror film that will see Emily in a pivotal role. This is not just a straight-forward story about evil spirits inhabiting hapless humans but a trip into the psyche of those touched by such a terrifying event.

Here’s Emily giving us a look at the juicy details as well as some of her future projects:

I play Megan, the girlfriend of our leading man, Cameron, played by YouTube star, Kian Lawley. The story is about the demon possession of a little girl and the choice her uncle and mom are left to handle when they learn the only way to save her is to take the lives of their own family members. It’s a really cool psychological look into how far we’ll go for the ones we love. My story line is a cool twist that complicates Cameron’s decisions. I can’t tell you too much because my role in the movie is pretty much to provide plot twists so… No spoilers!
The most interesting thing about being a part of this film so far has been the aftermath of playing the love interest of someone with such a huge and devoted (dare I say obsessive) fan base. I had never heard of Kian before the chemistry reads but I quickly learned that he has literally MILLIONS of extremely loyal young girls in his following and as someone like me whose social media experience was pretty much limited to Facebook, I have been getting a peek into quote a different world! For the most part his fans have been extremely kind and supportive of me but I have gotten a handful of (hopefully empty) death threats once the PR team released a screen grab of Kian and me kissing!

My Wet Hot America Summer role was very small but very fun to shoot. I played the date of one of the principal characters. He was using me to make Kristen Wiig’s character so we had a really fun scene together! I just finished shooting a web series called Behind the Blinds. It will come out in a few months and we can chat about that soon!

Following on from her recent stint on the TV series “Scorpion”, this cutie is steadily gaining our avid attention. Emily once remarked in an interview that ‘One of the ways you’ll find success in the industry is by being nice and friendly’ and that axiom has been proven spot on. Her lovable features are worthy of devotion and she’s on track to be a fresh face to be adored.

Canadian Vixen: Christina Schimmel

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The era of obsession over Canadian actresses is now and the alluring Christina Schimmel has all the traits worth craving after. Not only is she ravishing, Christina is adept at essaying characters who possess degrees of complexity. She’s also appeared in controversial slasher “The Hospital” which was banned in Bulgaria and was taken off DVD shelves due to its depiction of hardcore violence. Deviant, dark matter is something Christina doesn’t shy away from and she’s returning for the sequel “The Hospital 2” alongside horror legend Debbie Rochon. Christina herself played a Scream Queen albeit a faded one who is itching for her big comeback in “The Ghost Is A Lie”. Certainly horror is in her blood and she’s certainly one who belongs in any Sexiest Women In Horror List. Don’t you agree that the indie genre and television are both trumping film when it comes to foxy women such as Christina. Even with her delectable curves, she’s actually been complimented for her radiant smile and we’ll approve of that any day of the week.


Another thing we should know about Christina is that she has such a friendly nature and fans can always look forward to interaction which she’s fond of. Here’s Christina revealing some juicy snippets of what’s to come:

I shot a dramatic/action feature film called Mr.M by the warski brothers and my next upcoming project is a feature called our private home movie, which is the working title, it’s a thriller with horror elements by award winning director Nick McNaulty.

She was the lead in a film called “The Rising” but there’s going to be much to rave about her rise as an indie starlet.