Life is short. On any given day, you could meet your end. It could come from a random act of violence, an accident, or at the hand of the diseased-riddled, minimum wage-earning cook at your favorite restaurant. There’s nothing you can do about it other than to have your affairs in order and find a God to forgive all the terrible things you’ve done.
The worse thing about your imminent demise, however, has nothing to do with the loved ones you leave behind (you knew them all your life anyway) or the possibility of burning in eternal hell. The true horror of death lies on all the things you will miss out on while rotting in a worm-infested grave.
Things like actress Gemma Arterton’s nude breasts in Anchor Bay’s abduction-thriller The Disappearance of Alice Creed for example. If you missed the film’s limited theatrical run in the U.K. and selected cities in the States, you’ll have to wait until Nov. 23 to pick it up on DVD/Blu-ray.
But, what if you croak before then? Your penis’s soul will be doomed to roam the earth in a state of unrest. With that in mind, I have posted Arterton’s topless scene to ensure that doesn’t happen.
This afternoon, while surfing the net for a deal on footwear and interracial POV porn, I came across some genuinely horrific footage taken from the upcoming season of the CBS reality show “The Amazing Race.”
The clip below features home-shopping hosts Brook Roberts and Claire Champlin competing in a watermelon slingshot event gone terribly wrong.
Take a look:
How fucked up is that? I don’t know what’s worse: taking a watermelon to the face or having a bitch of a friend telling you to carry on!
I have never watched “The Amazing Race” (”Survivor” 4Ever, Beyotches!), but I may have to tune in to the new season on Sept. 26 if this clip is indicative of the shenanigans at hand.
Cameras are now rolling on American Psycho director Mary Harron’s new girl-on-girl vampire thriller The Moth Diaries. Based on author Rachel Klein’s novel of the same name, the film stars Sarah Bolger (pictured above) of Showtime’s “The Tudors,” British model-turned-actress Lily Cole, and Sarah Gadon of Dreamworks upcoming Daniel Craig/Naomi Watts thriller Dream House.
Set in an elite boarding school for girls, the film centers on an emotionally disturbed 16-year-old girl named Rebecca (Bolger) and her growing obsession over the budding friendship between her classmate Lucy and mysterious new arrival Eranessa (Cole), whom she believes to be a vampire.
Scott Speedman (The Strangers) costars as Rebecca’s father-figure crush Mr. Davies, an English Literature professor teaching a course on supernatural fiction.
Harron has described her adaptation as a “chillingly atmospheric horror story” and promises that her screenplay remains true to the book’s Gothic and, most importantly, girl-on-girl vampire themes.
The Moth Diaries is currently shooting in Montreal through Oct. 8.
Bollywood star Mallika Sherawat bares some fangs and a little bit of skin in the international trailer for director Jennifer Lynch’s long-delayed frightener Hisss. The 33-year-old stunner plays a half-woman/half-snake creature known in Eastern folklore as the Nagin.
Hisss was shot in India and costars renowned Indian actor Irrfan Khan. Despite having played at the AFM, Cannes, and the Berlin International Film Festival, the flick has yet to strike a distribution deal in the States.
Lynch—daughter of renowned director David Lynch—made her feature film debut in 1993 with the outrageous psychological-thriller Boxing Helena. After a lengthy hiatus, she returned in 20o8 with the serial-killer drama Surveillance.