Austin Film Festival 2016 Spotlight: Sizzling Cutie Stacy Ayn Price


Actress/writer/comedienne and producer Stacy Ayn Price has a magnetic quality that we duly find favourable. She can be seen as Penelope, the pregnant wife of a man who meets his mirror image in “The Universe of Scotch and Haagen-Dazs”. This short film screens at the Austin Film Festival this week and it’s comedic take on alternate reality should strike a chord with audiences. Being a comedienne herself, Stacy sizzled in the web series “Box Crayons” which was a parody of “Fifty Shades Of Grey” garnering a wave of attention most prominently on With “Fifty Shades Darker” about to be released, will Stacy one day rethread the passage of dominance/submission which her character Valaysia Veele journeyed into. Blessed with sensual curves, Stacy is surely one of the sexiest ladies in comedy and does tempt the eyes in body-hugging outfits. She also happens to be the writer of “Box Crayons” affirming her myriad of talents.


If you like me have an affinity for the 18th century era then don’t miss Stacy in “Peaches and Tea” which premiered at Cannes this year. The fashion statement of the 1700s do accentuate a woman’s curves as it does for the shapely Stacy. As Annastasia, she’s a vision of elegant aristocracy as she tries to gain the upper end on her rival Elizabeth. Stacy’s an intelligent and mesmerising actress, we are more than ready to embrace her lovable assets.

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Film4 Frightfest 2015 Spotlight: Sizzling Cutie Melissa Nearman


Every day especially in this week alone, we get to be enraptured by screen darlings and Melissa Nearman is an attractive pleaser. Horror fans will be able to catch her in “Worry Dolls” screening at Frightfest 2015, a canny thriller crafting elements of old-school voodoo and the popular slasher line of movies we’ve come to love. And boy do we love our delectable women of horror seeing how Melissa joins Kym Jackson, Brea Grant and Naomi Kyle in this terror-filled film with its cluster of classic kills. But like all indie actresses, armed with her improv skills and comic chops, Melissa is able to segue into varying personas with effusive charm.

She’s headlined a web series called “The Ethical Slut” from director (Ben Fritz) who she has worked with on a previous award-winning project, “Cynthia Watros Gets Lost.” Ben himself secured the rights of the same titled book, which is a guidebook to polyamory (mulitple partners). Melissa played a wife and mother, who along with her best friend, decide to embark on open marriages and has the hallmarks of comedies such as “The Office” and “Portlandia.” She can also be seen in a feature film called “The Aspect Ratio” which is written and directed by Ari Dassa. It’s a drama about aspiring filmmakers/ artists set in LA which has Melissa in the role of the supportive wife of a video store owner whose business is on its way out of business. With her being active across multiple mediums, Melissa’s fetching presence will be unfurling delightfully for all to enjoy.