Briana Evigan (Sorority Row) stars in stuntman-turned-director Marty Murray’s feature film debut Paranormal Island. She is part of a cast that includes horror icon Lance Henriksen (Aliens), and stunners Sarah Karges (The Artist) and Ashley Lobo (Dilemma).
Written by Murray, Paranormal Island follows three college kids as they discover that the 100-year-old island resort they’ve taken bartending gigs at is haunted by the spirit of its original caretaker. No word what role Evigan plays, but here’s hoping it’s bikini-clad.
Evigan is coming off Darren Lynn Bousman’s horror musical The Devil’s Carnival and his remake of the 1980 Troma Entertainment’s rape/revenge thriller Mother’s Day. She can also be seen in screenwriter W. Peter Iliff’s (Point Break, Patriot Games) directorial debut Rites of Passage.
NBC has released a full-length trailer for “Rosemary’s Baby,” a four-hour event miniseries based on the 1967 Ira Levin horror novel about a young expectant mother who suspects her husband and new apartment neighbors are plotting to abduct and sacrifice her baby to Satan.
Agnieszka Holland (The Secret Garden) directs the series from a script by Scott Abbott (Queen of the Damned) and genre hero James Wong (Final Destination). Zoe Saldana (Star Trek) toplines the show as Rosemary Woodhouse.
Jonathan Glazer’s Under the Skinis now in theaters. The sci-fi drama isan adaptation of Michel Faber’s debut novel of the same name about an alien disguised as a big-breasted woman out to seduce and trap the men of earth as food for her species.
Scarlett Johansson goes totally nude as the voracious and busty alien. Is that enough to get you in the seats? You bet! But, don’t feel bad. The film is an arthouse darling, which means you can feel smart despite any accidents you may have in your pants.
Posted above for your viewing pleasure is a nude photo of “True Detective” star Alexandra Daddario featured in the May issue of Vanity Fair. Daddario nudefully played Detective Marty Hart’s (Woody Harrelson) mistress on the HBO serial killer drama.
The shot finds the gorgeous brunette wearing nothing but heels in a swimming pool because Vanity Fair is doing the good Lord’s work.
Daddario made her horror debut in Mary Lambert’s (Pet Sematary)haunted house thriller The Attic, and won fright fans over with her intense performance in Stevan Mena’s gruesome indie-slasherBereavement and Lionsgate’s Texas Chainsaw.
Up until her stroke-worthy memorable nude scene on “True Detective,” Daddario was best known for starring in the Percy Jackson films. She’ll next be seen in the natural disaster flick San Andreas.
Nina Dobrev (”Vampire Diaries”) is set join Malin Akerman (Watchmen) and Taissa Farmiga (”American Horror Story”) in Groundswell Productions’ The Final Girls. Set in Louisiana, the horror-comedy is directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson (A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas) and distributed by Sony Pictures.
The Final Girls centers on the daughter (Farmiga) of a recently deceased 80’s scream queen (Akerman) who gets trapped in her mom’s most famous film and must help her fight its killer. Dobrev plays the daughter’s ex-best friend.
In addition to her ongoing role on The CW’s “The Vampire Diaries,” Dobrev has starred in a string of notable frighteners, including the horror-musical Repo! The Genetic Opera, the lesbian-thriller Chloe, sword-and-sandal actioner Arena, and the psycho-bitch thrillerThe Roommate.
Posted above is a photo of Colombian beauty queen Laura Penuela, one of the young pretty stars of Alastair Orr’s found-footage frightener Indigenous: Chupacabra. You’ll want to take a look at Penuela’s pic after viewing the movie’s creepy-as-fuck trailer.
Indigenous: Chupacabra tells the story of five American friends in Panama who foolishly follow a local woman into the jungle to find waterfalls. What they discover instead is one of folklore’s most feared cryptids: the Chupacabra. It premieres at the Midnight section of this year’s Tribeca Film Festival.
“My Name is Earl” stunner Nadine Velazquez is set to star in Crawlspace, a new supernatural frightener from director Phil Claydon (Vampire Killers) and screenwriter Gary Dauberman (Swamp Devil). Velazquez joins Michael Vartan (”Alias”), Blake Jenner (”Glee”), and Erin Moriarty (”True Detective”).
Crawlspace tells the story of a family tormented by supernatural forces upon moving into a new house. Velazquez plays Vartan’s second wife and Moriarty’s MILFY stepmother.
Velazquez made her horror movie debut in 2005’s House of the Dead 2. She currently stars on TNT’s cop drama “Major Crimes.” She is best known for being the color of pancakes on “My Name is Earl,” playing trophy-wife Sofia on “The League,” and a heartstopping full-frontal nude scene in Flight.
Fox Searchlight has released a trailer for Another Earth director Mike Cahill’s new sci-fi drama I Origins, in theaters July 18. The film stars “Boardwalk Empire’s” Michael Pitt and Pirates of the Caribbean alumna Astrid Bergès-Frisbey (pictured).
I Origins follows a molecular biologist (Pitt) and his lab assistant (Brit Marling) as they uncover “startling evidence that may fundamentally change society as we know it.” From the looks of the smarty-farty trailer, that evidence has nothing to do with giant mutated underground-dwelling cockroaches. Bummer.
Shannen Doherty is not in Beverly Hills anymore. She can now be found at Blood Lake, attempting to survive the disgusting lampreys out to kill the residents of a small Michigan town. Produced by The Asylum, Blood Lake: Attack of the Killer Lampreys will premiere May 25 on Animal Planet.
Doherty plays the hot wife of a Fish & Wildlife expert (Jason Brooks) summoned to the town by its mayor (Christopher Lloyd) to warn people that “a casual dip in the pool or routine trip to the toilet can turn deadly as the lampreys hunt for their next victim.”
Blood Lake: Attack of the Killer Lampreys will premiere as part of Animal Planet’s third annual “Monster Week.” The creature-feature is directed by James Cullen Bressack (13/13/13).
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A trailer for HBO’s upcoming rapture drama “The Leftovers” has gone online. Created by Damon Lindelof (“LOST”) and Tom Perrotta, author of the novel the show is based on, the 10-episode series will debut June 15 with a pilot episode directed by Peter Berg (Lone Survivor).
“The Leftovers” follows the lives of people left behind on earth after the rapture takes place. Season one is set in New York and stars Liv Tyler (The Strangers) as a runaway bride who hooks up with a mysterious cult. Justin Theroux (American Psycho) plays a police chief and father of two trying to carry on.