ASHLIE RHEY: SIREN OF SEDUCTION

Do you have any good stories about someone being jerky to you on the set? Yes. It was when I was an extra on some big movie with a big name director. I was at the craft service table and this big name director came over and said to the assistants “hey what are these […]



Posted on March 1, 2004 by

ASHLIE RHEY: SIREN OF SEDUCTION

How did you get involved in B-movies? It goes like this: I got an agent who sent me to Playboy on an interview for their “news-stand specials,” and after I worked for them and was not as shocked about appearing nude in front of strangers as well as the fact that I had become a […]



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LISTEN TO YOUR HEART: B-HORROR ACTRESS AND SCREENWRITER TANYA DEMPSEY

What’s the best part of making B-movies? ^ The fans. The fans. The fans. What’s the downside? ^ The fear of getting stuck and never having the opportunity to live up to my full potential. What would people be surprised to learn about you? ^ I’m a lesbian. Ha Ha… just kidding. Do you have […]



Posted on February 4, 2004 by

LISTEN TO YOUR HEART: B-HORROR ACTRESS AND SCREENWRITER TANYA DEMPSEY

You came to Los Angeles at age 21 with $200 to your name. What do you think gave you the drive to do that? ^ I think it was mostly stupidity! I was completely starry eyed and naïve at the time. I figured… “$200 bucks… that’s enough… I’ll just go and get some acting work”. […]



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LISTEN TO YOUR HEART: B-HORROR ACTRESS AND SCREENWRITER TANYA DEMPSEY

The road to Hollywood can indeed be treacherous. Especially for an idealistic 21-year-old girl from Phoenix, Arizona with the princely sum of two-hundred dollars in her purse, and a ton of star-studded dreams in her head…



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WELCOME TO MY NIGHTMARE: ZENOVA BRAEDEN

There’s more to it than just getting nekkid, partner. Braeden says she digs getting into her characters and getting the chance to act real nutty, or as in the case of her role in the film “Nightwalkers,” portraying a character who changes right along with the arc of the story…



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WELCOME TO MY NIGHTMARE: ZENOVA BRAEDEN

How did you get into acting? ^ It was kind of an accident, actually. A director friend of mine had been hired to rework a very bad film (that shall remain nameless) and shot a new opening sequence using me. That was the first thing I actually did.  Which film role of yours is your […]



Posted on January 29, 2004 by

ART AND HONOR: VICTORIA FULLER, RELUCTANT ACTRESS

It’s safe to say that Playmate Victoria Fuller didn’t spend her teen years like most future Playboy centerfolds. Fuller says she was a shy, quiet nerd of a kid ’till she hit her teens and rebellion set in. “I was kicked out of Christian church for dying my hair blue and carving a crucifix on the back of my hand…”



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ART AND HONOR: VICTORIA FULLER, RELUCTANT ACTRESS

What were you like growing up? I was very tall and awkward. I was a surfer girl, always on the beach and very shy. Weren’t you a competitive bodybuilder as a teen? How did you go from that to Playboy? I always wanted to be a professional body builder, but as I got older and […]



Posted on December 5, 2003 by

THERE’S A CATERPILLAR IN MY BOK CHOY (DVD)

4 Stars
Year Released: 2003
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Running Time: 86 minutes

A stunned viewer may begin to think that they’re in for a cinematic meltdown on the order of Ed Wood’s “Plan 9 From Outer Space.” But what’s really happening is we are experiencing the comic flair of writer/director/star Katharine Leis…


Posted on December 1, 2003 by

MIA ZOTTOLI: FAST LANE TO HOLLYWOOD

What were you like growing up? I was very studious and athletic growing up. I took gymnastics, dance, and was a cheerleader. But I never let my studies slip. I was always at the top of my class and graduated college with 2 majors. I believe that one should always have an even balance in […]



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MIA ZOTTOLI: FAST LANE TO HOLLYWOOD

This brainy thespian is movin’ on up in the cinematic world with a role in the film “Rolling Kansas” which just played at Sundance. She’s trying to make the transition to meatier parts that showcase her acting chops rather than her jaw-dropping bod…



Posted on November 20, 2003 by

WIL WHEATON: FROM STAR TREK TO SERIAL KILLER

What can you tell us about your new film Jane White Is Sick & Twisted? Jane White is a very offbeat comedy. I play this guy called “Dick,” (Dick and Jane! Ha! Get it?!) who is described in the script as the “Love Interest / Serial Killer.” It was a great role for me, because […]



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WIL WHEATON: FROM STAR TREK TO SERIAL KILLER

On your website you refer to yourself as a “washed-up, former child actor.” But with the amount of work you’re getting you don’t really believe that, right? I mean, look at poor Screech. Well, that’s not how I see myself, at all. What I said was, “If you’ve come here looking for a washed-up, former […]



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WIL WHEATON: FROM STAR TREK TO SERIAL KILLER

In the new cultish black comedy “Jane White is Sick & Twisted,” Wil Wheaton gets to explore another facet of his acting ability by playing the criminally insane/homicidal boyfriend of the title character…



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