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Wednesday, October 8, 2008

The Return of Linnea Quigley

If you were a true horror geek during the 1980s, then there was one movie starlet who ranked above the likes of Phoebe Cates, Leslie Easterbrook and even Kelly LeBrock when it came to all-time fantasy babes. That's right, I'm talking about Linnea Quigley, the cult scream queen who became a haunted-household name thanks to unforgettable appearances in flicks like Silent Night Deadly Night, The Return of the Living Dead and Night of the Demons.

It's long been known that that last one is currently being remade. And now, the always reliable Shock Till You Drop, on the set of the movie, has uncovered an exclusive scoop: the lovely Ms. Quigley will be returning for a cameo appearance. Says director Adam Gierasch:

"She does something familiar for the fans. It's a huge homage to the first movie. She's totally cool. We shot a lot of video of her reciting her lines from Night of the Demons that are going to come out sporadically online and as DVD extras."

The new Night of the Demons also stars Edward Furlong and Shannon Elizabeth. Principal photography just recently got underway.

6 comments:

Karl Hungus said...

I wonder will we see a sequel to Linnea Quigley's Horror Workout?

B-Sol said...

We can only hope so, Karl. We can only hope so.

Karl Hungus said...

Speaking of remakes, I'm kind of surprised they're not doing a Return of the Living Dead remake. Just about everything else under the sun is being remade.

B-Sol said...

Well, let's see, all three of Romero's original trilogy has been remade, so I'm guessing it's just a matter of time before they get to the "unofficial" sequel.

Lou said...

I Got to meet her in 1990 on the set of the lost "Fallen Angels" Film in Columbus...Very professional and very friendly. We hung out on my apartment's porch and smoked while the rest of the crew got the equipment set up...

B-Sol said...

You're a lucky man, Lou.

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