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Amberly Ash may be a name you hear more and more of if this horror fan gets her wish. She's got a couple of horror flicks under her belt and is looking to spill more fake blood. She told DARK GALLERY all about it!

DG: How did you get into modelling and acting?

Amberly: I really don't like modeling unless its really freaky and fun, you know gas masks, blood, bondage etc. Now as far as acting well I am obsessed with horror movies so one day i was like, wtf why am I not in these? So in an effort to try to get in movies I started contacting directors actors and putting bloody pics of me around.

DG: Have you always dug horror movies? You describe yourself as "very artistic," and "interested in fetish work," so I assume the "dark side" of things has always fascinated you?

Amberly: Yes like I said I am obsessed with horror movies, in fact I have only horror movies and cartoons in my collection. I hate comedys dramas... blah I would kill myself if I had to be in one. Yes I definately would call my self artistic I love all the arts and being creative. I also love creative people. Now for being interested in the darkside of things.. haha I would never say it or call my self a dark individual though I did graduate worsham mortuary school. :P

DG: Who do you play in HOUSE OF CARNAGE?

Amberly: House of Carnage - I play a victim haha of course right? Someone who is taken to an abandoned house, tortured, ultimately killed. Fun stuff,.. god I love having my boobs covered in blood.

DG: Gentleman out there, let us just pause for a moment and reflect on that last comment...OK, now, tell us how you got the role.

Amberly: Let's see I think I contacted Ryan because I saw him on some b horror movie list and we started e-mailing and one thing led to another... and then he was covering me in blood. Yea I think it went something like that.

DG: Destiny! How was the HOUSE OF CARNAGE shoot? You certainly get bloody!

Amberly: Well it was fun everyone in the movie was pretty cool. It was definately a party. People were really getting wounded. Yea I think some of that blood is real!!

DG: Tell us about HITLER'S LAST CHANCE - who's making it? Who do you play in it?

Amberly: It's made by Brian Wilson in Michigan. Its a movie with vinyl, gask masks, abominable snowman, fishnets... yea fun fun i play hitlers girlfriend (I'm a hussy).

DG: Yikes! What have you got coming up soon movie or modelling-wise? What can fans look forward to?

Amberly: I haven't been asked to do anything too interesting lately except for some east coast fetish modeling... but I'm always looking!

DG: I noticed your website was down - what's the plan?

Amberly: I took down my website because it annoyed me - I thought it was too cheezy, yea even for me, but i'll have one up again soon same address amberlyash.com. Otherwise my e-mail is if anyone wants me to read any roles or send me naked pictures of themselves.

DG: You heard her folks - send your naked pics to Amberly and watch out for her in freaky stuff in the near future!

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Comment by Prema on 2015-10-23 04:44:51
So Steve is scared of slshear movies, that gives me an awesome idea, I just need a hockey mask, a chain saw and a stormy night, thankfully this is Canada we are talking about. I wonder if Ash ever tried to frighten Steven like that.

Comment by SFx on 2015-10-24 18:54:14
I would try starting off with some of these.here are some of my favoirte non-R horror movies:The Others (PG-13)Poltergeist (PG)the US remake of The Ring (PG-13)Drag Me To Hell (PG-13)Fido (PG-13)1408 (PG-13)Invasion of the Body Snatcher (the 1978 remake, PG)The Legend of Hell House (PG)Kill Baby Kill (PG)Nosferatu the Vampyre (PG)Blacula (PG)Scream Blacula Scream (PG)The Bird with the Crystal Plumage (PG)Four Flies on Grey Velvet (PG)Madhouse (PG)these films were released prior to the MPAA rating system taking effect in 1968. None of them have anything in them that would be too terrifying:Night of the Living DeadThe Haunting (the 1963 original)PsychoThe InnocentsCarnival of SoulsThe House on Haunted Hill (the 1959 original)The Last Man on EarthThe Fall of the House of Usher (1960 version)Masque of the Red Death (1964 version)Pit and the Pendulum (1961 version)Witchfinder GeneralThe Fly (the 1958 original, the 1986 remake is rated R)The Thing from Another World (the 1982 remake entitled The Thing is rated R)Dead of Night (1945, there is a completely unrelated film from 1978 which is rated PG)Night of the Demon (1957, not to be confused with the 1988 film Night of the Demons which is rated R)Diabolique (1955, the 1996 remake was rated R)Eyes Without a FaceScream of FearBurn Witch BurnInvasion of the Body Snatchers (the 1956 original)Spider Baby or The Maddest Story Ever Toldthe old Universal horror movies Frankenstein, Dracula, The Wolf Man, The Mummy, The Black Cat, The Old Dark House etc.old silent movies like Cabinet of Dr, Caligari, Nosferatu, Phantom of the Opera, Vampyr etc. http://dtwuss.com [url=http://vnpxoonl.com]vnpxoonl[/url] [link=http://edmqho.com]edmqho[/link]

Comment by Aedgyth on 2015-10-26 06:54:58
If Horror movies tend to bohetr you, then I suggest watching those that are animated. The animated ones may be a little creepier, but they most likely won't jump and scare you. There's also one of my absolute favorite movies, Daybreakers. I personally wouldn't consider it too much of horror, but things barely pop out at you and it's a good starter if you're planning on watching movies like that. Coraline or the Nightmare Before Christmas are a few good movies to start you off in the right direction, mostly because they're more creepy than scary. Or, in my opinion anyways. So basically, I'd just suggest watching the duller movies first, or the ones that are half considered/slightly considered horror movies. Then from there you can move on to bigger and scarier stuff. Hope this helps! (:

Comment by Crysta on 2015-10-27 22:10:02
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Comment by Dennis on 2015-12-20 18:05:58
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Comment by Loveinthemist on 2015-12-20 18:41:12
For the most part, this movie is about the characters and their flaws that often get them into siotatiuns (often hilarious ones) you wouldn't expect, in such a movie, as if the monster was completely irrelevant to the plot. Yet, the last few minutes of the movie are some of the most memorable and thrilling, true monster hunting deal. If you are looking for an awesome monster movie, with healthy dose of humor, thrill and an outlandish feel, this one is for you.

Comment by Premio on 2015-12-21 05:46:09
how can you compare this to jaws? they aren't even the same types of moveis. i hate when critics make asinine statements like that. for one, jaws isn't a monster movie. it's about a large fish; not a mutated fish, not a fish that was bread with an alien, not a fish that was created by science. a fish. secondly, it's unfair to the host because comparing it to a movie that has no relation to it, or any movie for that matter, takes away from its originality.

Comment by Charlie on 2015-12-21 05:47:35
Thanks for the recommedations man,I have a cploue you should check out too.You probably have these flicks,but if you don't check out these movies.Black Christmas(Personal favorite),Midnight Meat Train,Wolf Creek,Night Of The Demons 1(!989)version,and The Kindred(Very hard to find movie but good).

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