Norwegian model-turned-actress Natassia Malthe is set to star in director Dan Walton’s upcoming horror mystery In From the Outside. Malthe, best known for her role as vampire Rayne in Uwe Boll’s BloodRayne franchise, will play the fairer half of a couple trapped at a roadside dinner.
The film’s synopsis reads:
Three couples from different walks of life find themselves at a fifties themed roadside diner, soon they realize they may be at the cafe for another reason when one by one, each of the patrons begin to disappear under mysterious circumstances.
Malthe, who is coming off Boll’s In the Name of King 2, can also be seen in Universal’s Alone in the Dark 2, the werewolf thriller Skinwalkers, superhero flick Electra (she shared a kiss with Jennifer Garner), Halloween: Resurrection, the David E. Kelly penned creature-feature Lake Placid, and the awesome DOA: Dead or Alive.
Nasty little porn queen Sophie Dee took a short hiatus from fucking groups of angry black men to star in the horror short Unmimely Demise. Featured in the upcoming anthology Theater of the Deranged II, the film follows a murderous mime who kills with invisible weapons.
Unmimely Demise is directed by some guy named James Cullen Bressack and stars a bunch of people you don’t know, including Alexei Ryan whose performance as Cheeky the Mime trumps Jean Dujardin’s silent turn in The Artist.
Dee’s most notable creds include the family classics I’ll Take It Black 3, Drink from the Stink, My Daughter Is Fucking Blackzilla and Irritable Bowel Syndrome … as if you didn’t already know. Peep the trailer:
This Sunday, while most of you are busy worshipping the baby Jesus, model/actress and former “World Poker Tour” hostess Sabina Gadecki will be hard at work on Caliber Media’s new monster movie Dark Was the Night.
The 28-year-old, Massachusetts-born stunner joins a cast that includes Kevin Durand (“LOST”), Lukas Haas (Red Riding Hood), Heath Freeman (”Bones”) and Nick Damici (Stake Land). Jack Heller directs from a 2009 Black List script written by Tyler Hisel.
Dark Was the Night follows a group of desperate townsfolk as they attempt to survive an evil beast freed from the woods by a careless logging company. Durand and Haas play the town’s sheriff and deputy. No word on Gadecki’s role, but let’s hope she lives long enough to get a shower scene.