Sizzling Cutie: Kabby Borders


Appreciating the virtues of up and coming actresses is indeed a calling especially when we get to fawn over the heavenly Kabby Borders. She stars in the Syfy originals “Dam Sharks” and “They Found Hell”, 2 films that have constrasting premises yet excite us with a similar thrill factor. Thanks to Blake Lively’s “The Shallows” and the wave of demonic related stories such as the upcoming series “The Exorcist”, sharks as well as the devil himself are very much the in-thing. Can Kabby’s Joline survive the nefarious shark attack in “Dam Sharks”? She has been in the deep end of a hellish quandary having played Ava, a student who is mysteriously transported to the bowels of hell after a failed teleportation experiment in “They Found Hell”. The inviting Kabby solidly exhibited the trepidation of Ava who is thrown into a infernal world that could mean her end.

Retro is also seeing a big resurgence so do look out for Kabby in ’80s threads in “Pitching Tents”, a comedy about a high school senior whose future turns into a battle of wits. She’s appearing alongside “Twilight” star Booboo Stewart and the on-set photos suggest we’re going to be taken on a fun ride. Before the release of “Pitching Tents”, be sure to be enticed by Kabby who is a revelation as the teen temptress Maureen in the coming-of-age film “Coming Through The Rye”. A genuine sweetheart in the vein of Melissa Benoist, Kabby is a Southern charmer on the cusp of a growing stream of rave reviews.

Do check out the KABBY BORDERS OFFICIAL SITE for all the latest updates.

The Chicago Horror Film Festival 2013 Spotlight: Indie Princess Michelle Ellen Jones

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Enigmatic blue-eyed blondes are often cherished and MICHELLE ELLEN JONES is one such hottie with a naturally sparkling loveliness. She is a former Miss Teen Texas aglow with the delicate fairness of a beauty queen who is amassing a series of credible work on the indie arena. The Chicago Horror Film Fest which runs from 27-29th September is the event to catch MICHELLE as she’s one of the stars of “Conjoined”, a story of love on the web that ultimately ends up in separation anxiety! In the movie, she plays the ‘good’ sister, Alina, who’s just found the love of her life, Stanley (Tom Long) , on an Internet dating site. He invites her to come live with him and surprise, surprise, she’s connected to Alisa, her ‘evil’ twin sister!

Here’s what MICHELLE has to say about her what drew her to “Conjoined” which could be one of the entertaining horror comedies of the year: “This was by far one of the funniest movies I’ve ever worked on, it is so much harder than one can imagine to be connect to another person! Walking and sitting was a challenge, but we made it work! Well, I got a call from Joe Grisaffi, the director, and he told me about this horror movie script written by Chuck Norfolk about conjoined twins and would I be interested? My interest was immediately perked, as I had never heard of anything like that, and, once I read the script, I was on board! It also helped to have an amazing co star/ conjoined sister, Keefer Barlow, she and I had previously met working on another indie horror flick.

While she’s a picture of innocence in “Conjoined”, her upcoming flick “The Pickaxe Murders Part III: The Final Chapter” will paint her in a more sinister light. Check out the teaser (above) as an unlucky dude gets the same treatment as that headless mercenary in “Sleepy Hollow”. This weekend is indeed perfect timing to have a bloody good time (on screen of course!) courtesy of MICHELLE, a blossoming talent dazzling up the horror genre.