A beautiful blog about sexy actresses cant be all that bad can it and you are right, ITS AWESOME! She has collected some amazing actresses on her blog, might not be the most well known girls but they are coming up.
In her own words:
Hi Everybody….I’m Haren Yong. Web Editor and Actress Blogger
My passions include gorno/indie movies, soccer and trying to find the best horror/indie actresses out there, so if you share my passion, come over to my blog and we can discuss why horror continues to fascinates and is still a big part of our culture!!
This blog has now grown into a portal for actresses from the US, CANADA, EUROPE and AUSTRALIA endorsed by actresses and a platform to admire and connect with the most talented female performers around the world.
I present: Actress and life obsessions
|Hot actress #61 Amy Motta
Actress/hostess AMY MOTTA is just so delectable! With her always immaculately groomed hair and luscious bluish eyes, i would like her to be christened ‘SUPERMODEL’. As the popular Roxette number goes “She’s Got The Look”. If you still aren’t swayed by words, then check out her lovely PHOTOSHOOT! She’s so glamourous i had to put more pics of her….hehe….including the autographed pic that she so kindly sent (that’s an instant classic)! I know i’ve said it before but to reiterate my point; Actresses can be the kindest people on the planetand they do a phenomenal job at keeping us fans entertained for hours on end.
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|Hot Actress #390 – Mihaela Mihut:Sexy Siren
In just two instances, upcoming actress MIHAELA MIHUT has already shown how enticing she can be. We first saw this Romanian goddess making out in a taxi in the scintillating video JUICE BOX by the ever popular and revered band ‘THE STROKES’. Definitely one of the most memorable moments in a rock video as MIHAELA is a tempting VIDEO VIXEN indeed. Then she appeared in ‘PERKINS 14′ where she played a wife who was having an extra-marital affair in the midst of all that wanton killing; suffice to say she had a steamy scene involving blindfolds and HOT ‘N’ HEAVY kissing (check out some behind the scenes above). It’s always nice to see that MIHAELA brings an aura of believability by portraying the different facets of her ultimately flawed character and that being somebody’s wife doesn’t necessarily mean you’re white as the driven snow.
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|Rising Starlet: Shevaun Kastl
Captivating with a Capital “C”, SHEVAUN KASTL has certifiably pleasing yet insanely gorgeous features, reflective of her enchanting nature. Her appeal is one of growth, reeling us in with absolute sweetness and one that extends beyond the screen. Recognizable for being on hit shows such as “Criminal Minds” and “Revenge” where she first came to my attention, SHEVAUN is natural in her delivery of the nuances no matter how small in the characters she has played.
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|Hot Actress #470 – Nicole Kruex: Scream Queen
I may be SHY but after much DISCURSION, I’ve come to the realization that If I were living right NEXT DOOR to her, I’ll be in LUST with the distinctively beguiling NICOLE KRUEX. Ifyou didn’t catch on yet, I’ve just mentioned some of her films (All Caps) she’s appeared in or will headline pretty soon. Have you visited the NICOLE KRUEX OFFICIAL SITE yet?? I’mblown away by how gorgeous she looks in cosplay, albeit a more morbid version and I seriously hope her Anime-Horror mashup “Harajaku Homicide” makes it to screens everywhere. Withtitles such ‘Scream Queen Of The Month’ and ‘Fright Girl Of The Month’, NICOLE rightly belongs in the horror genre as a visual feast we can’t stop craving.
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Being beautiful and brainy is a heady combo which are traits the multi-talented JESSICA MATHEWS possesses in opulence. For that very fact, I’ve actually included the bikini photo of her (above) for good measure…:) Affirmation of the allure of an actress is always a good thing and JESSICA does indeed have the semblance of a temptress. She does indeed play one in the short film “The Big Meet” that tells of a screenwriter who stumbles upon the killer pitch. As Morgan, she’s of two women who seduce the screenwriter into committing a grisly murder which serves as the inspiration for his story. JESSICA is also Producer extraordinaire in this gem of a crime thriller that has enough elements of the dark comedy we so often get hooked on. She’s been called a Creative Visionary and people who have worked with her are constantly showering her with compliments. I’ve been longing to give praise to her for the longest time and on Sep 12, the day The LA Shorts Fest comes to a close is an opportune moment to feature such a remarkable personality.
One of the loveliest Hammer girls, Ingrid Pitt (born 21 November 1937) is an actress best known for her work in horror films of the 1960s and 1970s. It was her work with Hammer Film Productions that elevated her to cult figure status.
Horror creds: Sound of Horror (1964), The Omegans (1968), The Vampire Lovers (1970), Countess Dracula (1971), The House That Dripped Blood (1971), Nobody Ordered Love (1972), Doctor Who (1972/1984-TV Series): "The Time Monster" & "Warriors of the Deep" episodes, The Wicker Man (1973), Thriller (1975-TV Series): "Where the Action Is" episode, Artemis 81 (1981), Transmutations (1985), Flesh and Blood: The Hammer Heritage of Horror (1994), The Asylum (2000), Bride of Monster Mania (2000), Green Fingers (2000) short film, Urban Gothic (2000-TV Series): "Vampirology" episode, Dominator (2003), Minotaur (2006), Beyond the Rave (2008), Sea of Dust (2008)
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Sarah Michelle Gellar, is an American film and television actress. She became widely known for her role as Buffy Summers on the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Her version of the teen queen slayer made her an object of obsessive self-pleasuring among guys but has been in a score of horror movies as I Know What You Did Last Summer, Scream 2, The Grudge, The Grudge 2, The Return.
Gotta admire her in the lovely Wonderwoman costume from the MTV Movie Awards with Jack Black at her side.
Jamie Lee Curtis (born November 22, 1958) is an American actress and author. She was initially known as a "scream queen" because of her starring roles in many horror films early in her career, such as Halloween, The Fog, Prom Night and Terror Train. But she is an amazing actress and with Halloween she did really kick start the female hero into the horror genre.
She achieved her most lasting recognition for her performance as the doomed Marion Crane in Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho(1960). For this role she was awarded the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. She continued to appear occasionally in films and television, including two performances with her daughter Jamie Lee Curtis in The Fog (1980) and Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998).
It gotta be one of the most famous scenes in movie history.
The girl she is holding is her daughter Jamie Lee Curtis.
From birth, it was practically guaranteed that Asia Argento would grow up to be someone interesting. She was born into an Italian horror movie dynasty, for a start. Her father, Dario Argento, has made some of the blackest and bloodiest movies of the genre – slasher flicks like Suspiria, Profondo Rosso, and Tenebre. Her mother, Daria Nicolodi, an actress, met a gruesome end in many of them. The only things her father would read to her at bedtime were his movie scripts, and as a treat on her sixth birthday, little Asia was allowed to watch Poltergeist. Growing up Argento was clearly a barrel of laughs. “My father did horror movies and my mother was always being killed in these movies – but my childhood was not as extreme as you would think,” says the 30-year-old Asia. “I had a certain detachment from it, and a lot of pride. I thought it was really cool.”
She started her acting career when she was only nine years old. Since then she’s been in over fifteen movies, she has won two ‘DAVID DI DONATELLO’ (the italian oscar), two ‘CIACK’, an italian ‘GOLDEN GLOBE’ when she was only twelve, and a ‘GROLLA D’ORO’. She acted in French and in English.
Born in Cardston, Alberta in 1907, Fay Wray later moved to Arizona. At the age of 14, she went to California dreaming of a movie career and before long, began picking up small parts in westerns and comedy shorts. In 1926, Erich von Stronheim cast Wray as the female lead in The Wedding March – her own all-time personal favourite role. Shortly after, she played opposite Gary Cooper in the war drama, Legion of the Condemned and was re-teamed with him for 1928’s The First Kiss.
But it was the classic "beauty and the beast" film, King Kong (1933) that secured Fay Wray’s place in film history.Wray was cast as an actress who becomes the love object of a monster gorilla. After a rampage in the streets of New York, Kong scales the Empire State Building with Fay Wray in his hairy hands.
After her death in August 2004, at the age of 96, the lights at the Empire State Building were dimmed in her memory.
Getting your own stamp, how cool isn’t that.
Ok, before I start splashing up the great scream queens of our time on the blog, let’s check the definition:
Scream queen is an actress who has become associated with horror films, either through an appearance in a notable entry in the genre as a frequent victim or through constant appearances as the female protagonist. Fay Wray is noted as the first scream queen, while Jamie Lee Curtis is noted as a woman who helped revive the scream queen title with her performance in the popular slasher film Halloween.
The term "scream queen" is more specifically used to refer to the "attractive young damsels-in-distress" characters that have appeared in a number of films in the horror genre. Lloyd Kaufman, co-founder of Troma Entertainment, noted that being a scream queen is "more than just crying and having ketchup thrown on you. You not only have to be attractive, but you also have to have a big brain. You have to be frightened, you have to be sad, you have to be romantic." Ryan Stewart, of cinematical.com, has described a scream queen as someone who has "given an impactful, memorable performance in a horror film". Debbie Rochon, often described as a scream queen herself, wrote in an article originally published in GC Magazine that "a true Scream Queen isn’t The Perfect Woman. She’s sexy, seductive, but most importantly ‘attainable’ to the average guy. Or so it would seem."
And although the earlier scream queens might be woman that "just had to look pretty and shriek a lot until the hero of the film got around to save (them)", the later scream queens "showcase women worrying about something other than a guy…unless said guy is the one trying to kill them", with some of them "wreaking vengeance" by defeating the villain.
So yes, in the early movies, yeah they were just there really for show but I so love the ones we get today, the kick-ass ladies in the horror movies who wreaks havoc towards the villains. I salute them… if they are good looking, it’s just an added bonus. 🙂