Austin Film Festival 2016 Spotlight: Rising Starlet Jessica Jade Andres

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With the alluring looks that would make us stop and stare, Jessica Jade Andres is a blossoming Goddess of the Indie Scene. She stars in the short film “Trunk Space” as Anna who together with her friend Priss (Kate Krieger) picks up a mysterious drifter in the desert. The stunning Jessica is likely to turn at this year’s Austin Film Fest come 16th October with the screening of “Trunk Space”. It’s also premiering at the Atlanta Film Festival which means double the viewing pleasure for movie-goers. In fact “Trunk Space” is enlivening up the festival circuit and we’ll be hooked on the beguiling Jessica for an expansive length of time. Her drop-dead gorgeous features are a potent trait on and off screen so let’s hope her character goes the distance in this suspenseful short film.

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Jessica is also every bit the tease in the film “Malibu Road” and she’s divine as soon as she comes into view as the tempting Sally Dorsey. In the upcoming horror comedy “Vampire Schoolgirls”, she’s playing a nun Sister Eunice. Will she make a sizzling entrance as how Kate Upton did by enticing the whole world in “The Three Stooges”? Known for being one of the first models for the clothing company American Apparel, she’s already been on shows such as “The Mindy Project” and “NCIS: Los Angeles. It’s a celebration of women this week and Jessica is the epitome of blossoming exquisiteness.

Actress Spotlight: Carlee Baker

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Carlee Baker is the ultimate sweetheart and vixen with the heart-stirring magnetism to garner lifetime devotion. Those who are at The Sitges Film Festival would have already caught a glimpse of Carlee on the red carpet premiere of her film “Creatures of Whitechapel”. She’s Pretty In Pink and would definitely rock in any colour. She’s memorable for her captivating turns on the Cinemax Series “Femme Fatales” and as the good-hearted teacher Genevieve Raton with an unfortunate fate in “The Woman”. In “Creatures of Whitechapel”, she does a remarkable transformation as 2 iconic figures in horror lore namely Igor and Jack The Ripper. Could they actually be one and the same person. Kudos to Carlee for turning those traditionally male characters on its head and embodying them with unnerving menace. She’s gamely pushing the boundaries and it’s time we acknowledge here as a coveted indie darling. This all points to more affection for Carlee when “Creatures of Whitechapel” screens at the upcoming ScreamFest LA on 22 Oct. I must admit I had initially planned to feature Carlee for ScreamFest LA but she hasten my intentions with her stunning appearance on the red carpet at Sitges in Catalunya, Spain.

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With her gracious disposition towards horror fans around the world, it’s evident that Carlee’s an Angel. Her affability is a luscious extension of her bountiful virtues. Early this year, she starred in “L.A. Slasher”, the horror comedy that’s a cheeky take on the reality TV fame game and also voiced episodes of “Robot Chicken”. Here’s the word of praise which I attached to her way back when I first featured her on this blog – Attractive Sensualist. Carlee is obviously that and more which ensures her place as our tempting Crush in October.