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I've done my fair share, just not super-well-known ones. But I do scream well. Q: Brinke, what makes you the “Queen of the scream queens”? Brinke Stevens: Longevity. I've managed to do about 152 movies by now. And I've managed to kill as many people as
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The Bone Orchard [is] both a rich exploration of character and a satisfying mystery." -Bruce DeSilva, Associated Press"Excellent. Thoughtful plotting and strong characters raise this above the crime novel pack."-Publishers weeklyIn the aftermath of a family tragedy, Mike Bowditch has left the Maine Warden Service and is working as a fishing guide in the North Woods. But when his mentor Sgt. Kathy Frost is forced to kill a troubled war veteran in an apparent case of "suicide by cop," he begins having second thoughts about his decision. Now Kathy finds herself the target of a government inquiry and outrage from the dead soldier's platoon mates. Soon she finds herself in the sights of a sniper, as well. When the sergeant is shot outside her farmhouse, Mike joins the hunt to find the mysterious man responsible. To do so, the ex-warden must plunge into his friend's secret past-even as a beautiful woman from Mike's own past returns, throwing into jeopardy his tentative romance with wildlife biologist Stacey Stevens. As Kathy Frost lies on the brink of death and a dangerous shooter stalks the blueberry barrens of central Maine, Bowditch is forced to confront the choices he has made and determine, once and for all, the kind of man he truly is, inThe Bone Orchard by Paul Doiron.
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Steven de Selby has a hangover. Bright lights, loud noise, and lots of exercise are the last thing he wants. But that's exactly what he gets when someone starts shooting at him. Steven is no stranger to death - Mr. D's his boss after all - but when a dead girl saves him from sharing her fate, he finds himself on the wrong end of the barrel. His job is to guide the restless dead to the underworld but now his clients are his own colleagues, friends, and family. Mr. D's gone missing and with no one in charge, the dead start to rise, the living are hunted, and the whole city teeters on the brink of a regional apocalypse - unless Steven can shake his hangover, not fall for the dead girl, and find out what happened to his boss - that is, Death himself. THE BUSINESS OF DEATH includes the first two volumes of the Death Works trilogy, Death Most Definite and Managing Death, as well as the third volume.
Stars: Linnea Quigley, Brinke Stevens, Michelle Bauer, Richard Gabai, Marcus Vaughter, William Dristas, Jim Culver | Written by Kenneth J. Hall | Directed by David DeCoteau. Melody (Quigley), Marci (Stevens) and Mickey (Bauer) are your typical geeky college girls who just can’t seem to find a man. When their fellow sorority sisters leave to have parties and spend time with their significant others, the nerdy trio are left to their own devices and decide to have a little party of their own. With slim pickings in the male department, they call the equally geeky Kevin (Gabai) to come over with his friends Freddy (Vaughter) and Duane (William Dristas – in his only role). three boys, three girls and a house to themselves. Thankfully, the boys have some breathing space when a trio of their overbearing frat housemates crash the party and find themselves on the receiving end of the beautiful yet deadly succubi. This gives them time to call rent-a-exorcist Perrin (Culver) to hopefully help them get out of this bind and defeat evil. Now before I get in to what I think of the film, it should be noted that the film was shot in around four days using a script that took seven days to write and was shot using loose ends of film from DeCoteau’s previous film: Sorority Babes in the... With that out of the way, I have to say that Nightmare Sisters wasn’t the greatest cinematic experience I’ve ever had. For an erotic horror comedy, it didn’t really deliver on any of those aspects. Sure, there is a hearty amount of nudity, but it really didn’t do too much for me, even though the female cast are easy on the eyes and probably the best thing about this movie. Comedy wise, it was your typical schlock humour with more jokes missing than hitting. Aside from one genuinely clever and well executed reference to the The Exorcist, there’s really nothing there that will even raise a chuckle. What this film does have going for it is a somewhat intriguing story penned by Kenneth J. Hall ( Critters, Linnea Quigley’s Horror Workout ) that ultimately suffered with pacing issues, but did bring something unique to the table. There were also moments that reminded me of Evil Dead that I got a kick out of. That’s really all that I can say about this film to be honest. It’s one of those films that isn’t awful, but just quite dull. However, I will say that under the circumstances, they pulled off a film that actually looks like a film. Although Nightmare Sisters leaves something to be desired, props should be given to Vinegar Syndrome for not only giving this obscure cheapie a proper release, but for giving it a release it probably shouldn’t really have. The film is presented in 2k from the original camera negative. It looks and sounds great with the only visual issues coming from some the film’s actual cinematography in places. In terms of extras there’s a director’s introduction and an intriguing commentary from DeCoteau and Quigley that is more enjoyable than the actual film. To compliment that, there is an alternate TV version of the film that pretty much tones down the sleaze factor and uses alternate takes, an interview with Hall, outtakes, bloopers and some really cool alternate artwork. If you’re a fan of this film or those involved, you probably already own this. If not, you have to buy it. Those looking for an entertaining piece of 80′s teen sex comedy, you may want to give this one a miss. Nightmare Sisters is available as a DVD / Blu-Ray combo from Vinegar Syndrome.
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Brinke Stevens, Actress: The Summer of Massacre. Brinke Stevens was born on September 20, 1954 in San Diego, California, USA as Charlene Elizabeth Brinkman.
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