Melissa George is set to headline director Julian Gilbey’s cat-and-mouse survival flick A Lonely Place to Die (formerly entitled The Grave at Angel’s Peak). The Australian actress is one of those hot—but unknown—babes you always wait to see identified during the end credits of a movie.
Unfortunately, if you’re like me, by the time you get home to look her up on IMDB … you’ve forgotten her name and will never get a chance to masturbate to enjoy her previous work.
But, don’t worry, I’m here to help.
George can be seen (often in the buff) in plenty of horror flicks, including Triangle, David Slade’s 30 Days of Night, the highly underrated Turistas, 2005’s The Amityville Horror remake, and the 1998 cult classic Dark City.
A Lonely Place to Die finds George and her friends attempting to rescue a young Serbian girl from capture during what was supposed to be a fun mountain-hiking trip in the Scottish Highlands. Along with dodging the girl’s kidnappers, George and crew must also face off against mercenaries paid by the girl’s father to find her and kill anyone who gets in their way.
Production on the film begins this summer.