Actress Briana Evigan tweeted news last night that will serve as music to horror fans’ ears. The Los Angeles-born stunner is joining director Darren Bousman’s (Repo! The Genetic Opera) new musical horror show The Devil’s Carnival.
Filming this weekend w @darren_bousman in “the devils carnival” im singing such a fun song! Cant wait to start filming
Evigan, who teamed up with Bousman on last year’s Mother’s Day remake, has starred in a number of notable frighteners, including Summit’s Sorority Row redo, the 2009 Donnie Darko sequel S. Darko, and the oh-shit-there’s-a-tiger-in-my-living-room thriller Burning Bright.
The Devil’s Carnival is now shooting and costars genre babe Taryn Manning (Manson Girls) and career villain Bill Moseley (The Devil’s Rejects).
Briana Evigan is part of Clatto’s list of The 20 Hottest Women Working in Horror/Sci-fi Today!
Photo: Stephanie Strate
After watching newcomer Ashlynn Yennie eat shit and die in madcap director Tom Six’s demented cult 2009 hit The Human Centipede, I was certain the Wyoming-born starlet would quit Hollywood and head back home to work the mines.
But, when she resurfaced in its sequel last year, it became apparent that Yennie is here to stay. I am now convinced that the pretty 26-year-old has got scream queen midi-chlorians pumping in her blood.
This, of course, bodes well for writer/director Adam Gierasch’s (Night of the Demons – 2010) new Seven Arts frightener Schism, which stars Yennie as a woman in a committed relationship with a Baton Rouge cook with a dark past.
Schism costars Callum Blue (“Smallville”) as Yennie’s boyfriend and Vinnie Jones (Midnight Meat Train) in what will surely be some kind of pissed off character role. The film—said to be in the vein of Adrian Lyne’s Jacob’s Ladder—will shoot in New Orleans.