Bill Bennett, the director who once tried to make a romantic leading man out of Dennis Leary in 1996’s Two If by Sea, has got an island-getaway thriller prepped to hit UK DVD on Aug. 15. Uninhabited stars skinny-cute Aussie Geraldine Hakewill and Henry James as lovers terrorized by a ghost while on holiday.
Vacation-based thrillers such as Uninhibited, Turistas, Perfect Getaway, and National Lampoon’s European Vacation are why the little lady and I have picked the less popular—but much safer—city of Darwin, Minnesota for our yearly romantic retreat (the world’s biggest ball of twine is breathtaking in the moonlight).
Tanit Phoenix, host of Cinemax’s new anthology series “Femme Fatales” and star of Uni’s Death Race 2: Frankenstein Lives, posed in her undies last week for the lucky bastards over at IGN. I don’t know what kind of voodoo those guys are working, but all Clatto has ever gotten from approaching hot starlets are restraining orders … and herpes (that time we passed ourselves off as Bloody-Disgusting).
Phoenix, who was recently up for the lead in writer/producer David E. Kelly’s failed NBC pilot “Wonder Woman,” can also be seen in the Wesley Snipes zombie-frightener Gallowwalker and the Corey Feldman meal-ticket Lost Boys: The Thirst. She’ll next appear in the upcoming Denzel Washington/Ryan Reynolds action-thriller Safe House.