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The actress talks about her role in Wild Things: Foursome, Cougar Hunters a Mass Effect movie and more
Jillian Murray is certainly an actress on the rise and one to look out for in the near future. After roles in such films as An American Carol, Knuckle Draggers, Forget Me Not and one of this year's eight AfterDark Horrorfest films The Graves, not to mention providing the face and body for the character Dr. Liara T'Soni in the popular video game Mass Effect, the actress seems poised for a big career jump in the near future. Her latest film is Wild Things: Foursome, which was just released on DVD and Blu-ray on June 1. I recently had the chance to talk with this young actress over the phone, and here's what she had to say.
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Back in 1985 the film Clue, featuring a dynamo of a comedy cast with Tim Curry at its head, made a mockery of the murder mystery genre, and it did so expertly. 25 years later we’re still getting many films every year where the writer and director attempt to pull a fast one on the audience by throwing red herrings left and right. Some films have excellent hooks that you just never see coming, while others are as predictable as the Disney sequel that just reverses the plot points of the original.
Now, put Clue out of your mind and think back to the 1998 mystery thriller Wild Things, featuring Kevin Bacon, Neve Campbell, Denise Richards, Matt Dillon, and Bill Murray. Was it a masterpiece? No, but it had a nice little mystery wrapped up in a soft-core porn package. It was trashy, shallow, and relied heavily on its cast to carry it through its theatrical run. »
- Lex Walker
2 items from 2010
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