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Heather Dorff is an up and coming actress from the Chicago land area who first got my attention back in the summer while donning a pink wig (don't ask). Heather is any fan boy's dream girl. Why, you ask? When she is not out filming cool indie horror films and shorts, you can find her playing zombie dress up and hitting the local zombie parties, taking in a movie or playing lots and lots of video games! Check out my latest "Versus" and learn more about this cool girl, her projects, weird eating and drinking habits, what she does in her spare time and the two words "zombie baby".
Brian S- First off Heather how'd you get into acting?
Heather Dorff- When I was a kid I really feel in love with the way movies can effect/inspire you. They can make you feel as though anything is possible, make »
Here's a cool new teaser and a few images below for the upcoming indie vampire film 'Afraid of Sunrise' from Fathead Films. This vamp fest is directed by Justin Romine with a screenplay by Andy Schatner and stars Andy Schatner, Heather Dorff, Deneen Melody, Tom Lodewyck, Dan Kuhlman, Kris Desautels, Kelsey Zukowski, and Ron Fitzgerald.
I love my indie films and we'll have much more on this one soon!
After years of fighting, vampires and humans come to a truce-with the vamps getting the short end of the stick. Relegated to second class citizens, they are forced to live in ghettos and microchipped to track their movements. Adding insult to injury, they also must get their blood from specially sanctioned government blood banks.
Although the Hunters have officially disbanded, Jonathan Sloan and his small crew of ex-Hunters track down “illegals” trying to uncover a conspiracy of a vampire cabal »
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