Sharon Hinnendael is set to star in producers Alan Mruvka and Christa Campbell’s Embrace of the Vampire, a remake of Mruvka’s 1994 original starring a very topless Alyssa Milano. The erotic thriller, about a college virgin’s sexual awakening at the hands of handsome vampire, is currently shooting in Vancouver.
Hinnendael, no stranger to nudity, is best known for her role as teen party girl Hannah on the short-lived Showtime series “Look.” The Wisconsin-born starlet also stars in the horror-indies Machine Head and Rites of Passage, the fun must-see directorial debut from Point Break writer Peter Iliff, costarring Briana Evigan.
Mruyka is the founder of E! Entertainment Television and will produce through his newly launched Filmology Labs Entertainment. Campbell is the beautiful nude star of Drive Angry and many other genre offerings. She and Lati Grobman produce through their company Grobman-Campbell Films.
Columbia Pictures has released a new action-packed trailer for director Len Wiseman’s remake of Paul Verhoeven’s 1990 sci-fi classic Total Recall. The footage reveals a little more story, sexy fight sequences with Kate Beckinsale and Jessica Biel and, finally, the movie’s MVP: Mary the three-breasted hooker!
The iconic role, originally played by Lycia Naff, now belongs to the very hot Kaitlyn Leeb, formerly known as the very hot Kaitlyn Wong. Horror fans may recognize the Toronto native from her doomed, naked-lesbian turn in the crazy-fun 2011 slasher Wrong Turn 4.
(UPDATE: SEE PICS OF KAITLYN LEEB AS THE THREE-BREASTED HOOKER HERE)
Kids today have got it made. If they want to check out some boobs, they just log on to the internet and a world of smut is at their fingertips. Back in my day, I had to walk 20 miles in the freezing snow to the local video store to grab a copy of the latest slasher to feature scream queen nudity.
Not surprisingly, I’ve since developed an appreciation for old-school inspired slashers and cheesy slasher spoofs like directors Michael Hoffman Jr. and Aaron T. Wells’ Girls Gone Dead, an ’80s throwback about an ax-wielding maniac out to slaughter six college coeds prone to losing their tops.
The film’s gonzo cast includes up-and-comers Katie Peterson and Brandy Whitford, genre fav Linnea Quigley, Sex Drive’s Caley Hayes, Penthouse Pet Janessa Brazil, Iron Maiden drummer Nicko McBrain, “Howard Stern Show” personality Beetlejuice and lesbian porn star Ryan Keely (Lesbian House Hunters).
Twin sisters Elise and Electra Avellan will reprise their roles as Uzi-toting nurses Mona and Lisa in Robert Rodriguez’s Machete Kills, a sequel to the director’s 2010 grind-house actioner Machete. The film, currently shooting in Austin, finds Machete hired by the U.S. to shut down an arms dealer set on global destruction.
The Avellan sisters made their Hollywood acting debut as the “Crazy Twin Babysitters” in the 2007 Rodriguez/ Quentin Tarantino collaboration Grindhouse. In 2010, they starred in Parallel Media’s deserted island thriller The Black Waters of Echo’s Pond.
Anchor Bay Films has set an August 14 home video release date for director Jesse Baget’s dark-comedy Breathless, starring Gina Gershon, chunky Val Kilmer and pretty “Law & Order: Special Victim’s Unit” regular Kelli Giddish.
Set in Texas, the film follows Lorna (Gershon) and Tiny (Giddish) as they attempt to cover up the murder of Lorna’s husband (Kilmer) and skip town with the hundred grand he robbed from a bank. Costars include Ray Liotta as a Sheriff Cooley and Wayne Duvall as a private dick.
Image Entertainment has released an international trailer for acclaimed French director Pascal Laugier’s The Tall Man. Shot in British Columbia, Canada, the film is Laugier’s first since his much ballyhooed Martyrs torture-drama, and marks his English language movie debut.
The Tall Man stars Jessica Biel (Total Recall) as a crazy-hot MILF attempting to find her missing son in the small mining town of Cold Rock, Washington where children are said to be abducted by a mysterious man of intimidating height (because short men only steal gold).
The film arrives in selected theaters on Aug. 31 before hitting DVD shelves on Sept. 25.
Fifty abducted women. Fifty abducted hot women. Made to fight to the death. Not with pillows, mud and/or Jell-O, but with their bare knuckles. This is the premise behind what will surely be one of the greatest movies you and your penis will ever see.
Raze: Fight or Die, described by its producers as a cross between Fight Club and Hostel, stars Rachel Nichols (Conan) and Zoe Bell (Death Proof)as kidnap victims made to go toe-to-toe for the entertainment of rich people. The film marks the feature directorial debut of Josh C. Waller.
Costars include drop-dead stunners Rebecca Marshall (Saw 3-D), Nicole Steinwedell (”The Unit”), Adrienne Wilkinson (”Xena: Warrior Princess”), Tara Macken (”Sons of Anarchy”), Amy Johnston, Victoria Cruz (Reach), Brianna Gage (”Bri What”), Bailey Borders (The Change-Up) and Allene Quincy.
Peep some pics below and visit the film’s new website here.
Summit Entertainment has released the first trailer for its upcoming crime thriller I, Alex Cross, a reboot of the Alex Cross franchise launched by Paramount Pictures in 1997 with Kiss the Girls starring Morgan Freeman as Cross.
The two-minute-plus clip introduces Tyler Perry as our new Alex Cross and gives us a good look at Matthew Fox as the menacing and extremely yoked-out psychopath Michael “The Butcher of Sligo” Sullivan. The film is directed by Rob Cohen and costars Ed Burns, John C. McGinley and Rachel Nichols.
I, MadeaI, Alex Cross opens in theaters on Oct. 19.
She may not have a lot of meat on her bones, but there is something very sexy about actress Calista Flockhart. Maybe it’s the teeth. If you know that reference, you must be an “Ally McBeal” fan. And, if you’re an “Ally McBeal” fan, you’re gonna want to take a moment before taking in the next bit of news.
Flockhart is set to guest star in an episode of “Dexter’s” upcoming seventh season. No word on what role the now 47-year-old starlet (does she have a wattle now? Sorry. Bygones) will play, but I am totally pumped. Here’s hoping there’s a bar scene with Vonda Shepard on piano.
“Dexter” season seven premieres on Sept. 30. New faces include Ray Stevenson as an Eastern European crime syndicate member out for vengeance, Katia Winter as a Russian stripper, Jason Gedrick as the owner of the nudie bar where Winter shakes her money-maker and Yvonne Strahovski as a suspicious woman.
Universal Home Entertainment announced this weekend that it has greenlit Curse of Chucky, the fifth installment in its outrageous killer-doll franchise Child Play. The film, said to be a return to the series darker horror roots, goes into production in Winnipeg in September.
Moviehole broke the news and provides this synopsis:
Chucky arrives to wreck havoc within a family that’s regrouped for a funeral.
In the wake of her mother’s passing, a young woman—in a wheelchair since birth—is forced to put up with her sister, brother-in-law, niece and their nanny as they say their goodbyes to mother.
When people start turning up dead, the fearless Nica discovers the culprit might be a “strange doll” she was sent a couple of days earlier.
Curse of Chucky picks up after the events of Child’s Play 3, skipping over the more comedic sequels Bride of Chucky and Seed of Chucky. Don Mancini, the creator and screenwriter behind the Child’s Play films, is attached to direct. Actor Brad Dourif (Rob Zombie’s Halloween 2) will once again voice the not-so Good Guy doll.