Hotties On Film, TV & DVD – 23 Feb 2015


1. Sarah Booth in “Helix”


– From embodying the indie princess and now a sci-fi vixen, Sarah exudes a beguiling essence that’s certain to leave us engrossed.
– “The Scarehouse” showcased just how riveting she can be with her portrayal as a maniacal revenge seeker one that even the Joker would be proud of,
– Currently guest-starring as Sister Olivia in the second season of Helix, she did cause a ripple by stabbing Dr Sarah Jordan (Jordan Hayes)!

2. Hannah Barefoot in “All the Wilderness”


– Hannah is a photogenic charmer with the innate ability to make us laugh and leave us enthralled on screen or sometimes both at the same time!
– She’s been lauded as being full of exuberant personality in her role as Crystal in “All The Wilderness” who shows James (Kodi Smit-McPhee) a world he never thought existed.
– As she evolves into a much coveted indie darling, Hannah consistently crafts the emotional aspects of the characters she plays with an engaging finesse.

3. Melody Melendez in “Popovich and the Voice of the Fabled American West”


– Melody has the serene beauty very much in the same vein as actresses such as Amy Acker which is a trait we simply adore.
– She adds warmth as Candace in “Popovich and the Voice of the Fabled American West”, the woman who does her bit to save the career of a street performer who works with animals.
– Having already graced the prestigious Dances With Film in 2014, it won’t be long before she’s dazzling up even more film festivals.

4. Michelle Tomlinson & Paula LaBaredas in “Axe To Grind”

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– Here are the 2 of the most tempting women to make their mark in the independent horror genre and star in “Axe To Grind”, both of their characters being harshly labelled as bimbos by horror icon Debbie Rochon (playing an aging Scream Queen) in the bloody “Axe To Grind”.
– Notable for her outstanding performance in the “The Cellar Door”, Michelle has expanded into more dramatic roles in keeping with her merits as a versatile talent.
– Ever the blonde bombshell, Paula is not just known for her exceptional sensuality, she’s also capable of sizzling the world of comedic sketches.

Rising Starlet: Lauren Robertson

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Television is becoming the enviable medium to spot upcoming talents with the graceful Lauren Robertson set to be an endearing face. The incredible interest of scripted TV has led to the emanation of lovely young women who have the comedic touch. This week, Lauren is one to keep an eye on as she’s guest-starring on the episode Fight Or Flight from “Modern Family” as Jillian, a masseur who gets on the good side of Phil Dunphy (Ty Burrell) on what was looking like a miserable flight for him. He ends up having the time of his life sandwiched between the comforts of a back rub by those ‘Magic’ hands of Jillian and Penn Jillette (of Penn and Teller fame) who wows him with some insane magic tricks. Much to the chagrin of his wife Claire (Julie Bowen) who is very much on the spectrum of irritability having endured the whims of a horrendous passenger next to her even though she’s in first class.

Amazingly, this is the second time she’s part of a sketch in the clouds having recently appeared on an interactive one entitled “Airplane Romance” on youtube. Some girls are charming enough to hit on (even on a plane!) and let’s just say that the genial Lauren is crush-worthy (those rosy lips!). Another of her projects called “Aspirational” is a humorous short which sees Lauren playing a supposed fangirl of Kirsten Dunst who is actually much more interested in her own popularity via Instagram selfies rather than Kirsten the actress. An official selection at SXSW 2015, this is a caricature of the Hollywood machine that treats its stars like instruments of fame, devoid of feelings whatsoever. She’s already showing the potential to go far in the comedy genre and we can’t wait to glimpse a whole lot more!