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Mel Heflin: the Unknown Indie Horror Actress! (Interview) (December 2013)

Mel Heflin is a sweet lady who resigns in Florida, USA. She is a actress who does her own stunts and models between films and voice acting and is a keen animal lover.
She has been in the modelling since 2003, and for the next 6 years she has done all sorts of modelling, from swimwear, to fetish, to lingerie and nude. In 2009, she caught the acting bug with her debut in Scarlet Rain as Cece and acted in a fantasy horror called, Jinn. Since then she has worked on a dozen projects, from shorts and web series to features. One of her most recent roles will be a part in Carlos Dunn's: I Thought You Were A Nice Man once the funding is rasied - see HERE.
Mel has an impressive imdb acting list, but due to lack of funds, again - some features were never finished so her future plans are to make one herself. She enjoys the horror genre and shows like The Walking Dead, in which she would love to be a part of, even as a Zombie for the popular show one day and meet the cast.
Heflin has also worked…

Christmas Slay - Festive Indie Horror from Kent, UK! (Interview) (December 2013)

Ho Ho Ho, merry Christmas horror and fright fans... have you heard of Christmas Slay??? I mentioned it in my last post, it stars glamour model Dani Thompson and is directed by Kent Independent Films'Steve Davis. It is scheduled to start filming in February, 2014 and has had various online funding campaigns behind it such as Kickstarter. A killer Santa clause is on the loose and the body count is going up, I hope Steve can deliver on this horror project, spawned from the Indywood team. We all ready know what Antony D Lane is doing with his unique Zombie film, so can Steve do the same and help put Kent on the map with his own festive horror film?

When do you start filming Xmas Slay, Steve?
"We start production of the main Christmas Slay shoot on February 8th (2014), on our return we will be releasing a teaser and doing one last big fundraiser via indiegogo or Sponsume to cover additional shooting and post before completing filming in April."

When do you aim to release the fi…

Invasion of the Not Quite Dead! (December 2013)

Anthony D Lane has been a busy man as of late, marriage, a new daughter, touring with indie/rock band, Wheatus, etc;. His new take on the zombie genre is being shot in various different locations like Kent and even in Europe. It's called INVASION OF THE NOT QUITE DEAD and I even became a Producer on it to show my support. What does Ant need donations for? Well, I'll tell you, he has been busy building sets and paying actors and make-up people get his dream done. It started out on Twitter and has blown up over the internet with horror and indie folks everywhere around the world. He promises it to be a spin on his favorite film genres, Zombies and B-Movies.

Anthony is also doing this for his late Legendary film mentor, Ken Russell, who he met in 2006 at film school and is honoring the film maker in doing the project. Others on the project are special effects make up lady, Michele Mulkey, who has worked on several Hollywood films in the past and Ant's long time friend Steve Da…