ShriekFest 2015 Spotlight: Foxy Femme Tara Erica Moore


With her exotic heritage, Tara Erica Moore exudes an allure that’s distinct and beautiful, a sure-fire way to get us enthralled. Check out “Traveler”, the sci-fi short film that has Tara as Rachel, the girlfriend of an inventor who manages to transport her across the universe. Only problem is on her return, something menacing has tag along for the ride! ShriekFest has always been a celebration of more than just horror films so this is yet another fantasy flick you won’t want to miss. If you’ve seen the stills of her here:, Tara has the desirable qualities (i.e. those strikingly magnetic eyes) comparable to say Daniela Ruah of “NCIS:Los Angeles” fame.

Interestingly enough, Tara is a well traveled talent having lived in Korea, France and even in my home country of Singapore. I might just have to ask her about her experience on the little red dot of Singapore. South Africa-born Tara has also excelled in the glitzy lights of Hollywood having guest starred in a number of top shows including “Rizzoli & Isles” and “How I Met Your Mother”. Surely someone we should be smitten with, in her time as a model, she’s done campaigns for Nike and Sketches. Expect to hear more about her soon as we get acquainted with all that is entrancing when it comes to Tara.

ShriekFest 2015 Spotlight: Sizzling Cutie Alice Kremelberg


It’s a joy to see fresh faces at premier horror festivals and the striking Alice Kremelberg ensures viewers are in for a treat. At ShriekFest, catch her in the short film “Sweet Hollow” as Emily, a woman who encounters a handsome samaritan when her car breaks down and soon realises the help could be a threat. In under 11 mins, she will have us on the edge of our seats as we follow her predicament and who doesn’t love to root for damsels in a spot of bother! Alice does have shades of Amanda Seyfried and Alicia Silverstone I must say, a heady mix of sultriness and engaging appeal.

Alice has also been a fixture on our TV screens having had roles on “Blue Bloods”, “Nurse Jackie”, “The Big C” and most notably on “Fringe”. She played a teenage girl who lapsed into a coma and had been pronounced dead, only to be resurrected by a malevolent force. If you love Elizabeth Olsen in “Martha Marcy May Marlene” then make sure to watch Alice in “Doomsday”, an episodic dramatic series that delves into the lives of members of a cult awaiting the End Of Days. In the role of the reclusive yet tormented Sorrel, Alice has been complimented for being ethereal by director Sonja O’Hara who herself is one talented lady. Just as Sonja has a great eye for stirring actresses likewise viewers should be in a tizzy and start showing affection for the captivating Alice.