Yesterday I had a small selection of eye-candy for the men-liking people out there. Today’s the day for those who prefer the ladies. Hello people who prefer the ladies.
As always, not a top ten list and not arranged in order of merit, here are ten women from the world of horror I think you might like. Let the objectification of women begin!
Alex Breckenridge. Shown here in American Horror Story: Murder House, she also appeared in Wishcraft, Vampire Clan, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and True Blood.
Angela Pleasance. Daughter of Donald. Shut up, it’s my list. Horror work includes From Beyond the Grave, The Godsend and Symptoms.
Danielle Harris. The scream queen. Star of Halloween 4 & 5, Urban Legend, Killer Bud, Rob Zombie’s Halloween and Halloween II, Godkiller, The Black Waters of Echo’s Pond, Stake Land, Chrome Skull, Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet, Among Friends (which she also directed), Hatchet II, Hatchet III and a whole bunch of others I’m probably forgetting.
Deborah Ann Woll. To my mind, the most attractive woman on True Blood – which is saying something for a flesh-filled show like that. She’s also one of the most interesting characters on the show – a devout Christian until she’s bitten by a vampire, at which point she’s able to give free rein to all her basest urges. The only other horror credit I could find was the remake of Mother’s Day.
Eliza Dushku. I wish she’d gone on to play Faith full time instead of Tru Calling, but it was not to be. She’s been in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Soul Survivors, Wrong Turn, The Alphabet Killer and Open Graves.
Jennifer Tilly. Have you seen Bound? See Bound. Horror roles include Embrace of the Vampire and multiple appearances as Tiffany in the later (non-Child’s Play) Chucky movies.
Jenny Agutter. One of the many, many reasons to love An American Werewolf in London. She also appeared in Child’s Play 2.
Katharine Isabelle. Another modern-day scream queen, she has appeared in Supernatural, 30 Days of Night: Dark Days, 13 Eerie, American Mary, Freddy vs Jason, Disturbing Behaviour, the TV movie version of Carrie, and the Ginger Snaps trilogy.
Lily Rabe. Across all three seasons so far of American Horror Story, Lily Rabe has been one of the stand-out characters. This is her season three look, as a Stevie Nicks-obsessed witch.
Madeline Smith. A little Hammer glamour to finish on. Smith appeared in Tam-Lin, Taste the Blood of Dracula, The Vampire Lovers, Theatre of Blood and Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell