Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Nikolai Nikolaeff in "Subterano" (2003)

Nikolai Nikolaeff (Dominic, Jungle Fury) starred in the Aussie film "Subterano," which blends horror and science fiction when a group of teenagers become trapped inside a carpark, along with an escaped rebel, where they are forced to participate in a deadly virtual video game, that hunts them down one by one. Nikolaeff portrays Todd Cunningham, who appears at the beginning and end of the film, as the mastermind who pulls all the strings in the game, sending the players to their deaths. Todd is a teenager who is ignored by his father, a mogul in the futuristic world where video games seemingly rule society. When his father fails to recognize his genius, he takes his frustrations out on the players, controlling the mayhem that occurs, even if it causes injury to himself.

"Subterano" is available on DVD

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Hilary Shepard Turner on "So Little Time" (2001)

Hilary Shepard Turner (Divatox, Turbo) made a brief appearance on the short-lived kids comedy "So Little Time." The series, which starred the teenaged Olsen twins, also dealt with their parents who were legally separated. In episode two of the series, titled "Siblings and the City," finds the twins' father Jake attempting to find a date, using the internet. Turner appears as one of his many dates. She plays Cheryl, whom Jake seems instantly interested in...until he notices that she likes to talk through a hand puppet. He breaks off the date, shutting the door in her face.

"So Little Time" is available on DVD

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Ron Roggé in "Impact Point" (2008)

Ron Roggé (Captain Mitchell, Lightspeed) plays a supporting role in the feature film "Impact Point" which follows a beach volleyball superstar who is romanced by a sports journalist, only to discover that he's actually a psychotic stalker (played by Brian Austin Green) out for more than her love and affection. Roggé portrays the unnamed police captain who gives his team their orders as they try to protect the volleyball star during her games. Of course, the stalker infiltrates the police force and manages to get even closer to his intended target. Roggé appears in a couple scenes of the film and has several lines.

"Impact Point" is available on DVD

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Dwayne Cameron, Antonia Prebble & Beth Allen on "The Tribe" (1999) - 12

Episode #35 of "The Tribe" finds the relationship between Amber and Bray taking a drastic turn, even though the two characters actually share no scenes together. Amber, played by Beth Allen (Vella, Overdrive), finds herself in the throws of a new romance with the traveling musician Sasha, who whisks her away to the beach to have some much-needed alone time. While there, he tries to convince her to go away with him and leave her life behind back at the mall. Amber is left with a tough decision. Back at the mall, Bray, played by Dwayne Cameron (Tyzonn, Overdrive), falls into a depression as he finally realizes his love for Amber in her absence. This leaves Trudy, played by Antonia Prebble (Clare, Mystic Force), stuck in the middle. With order inside the mall completely gone without Amber, she finds herself trying to take care of her baby amongst the dirt and chaos. She tries to get Bray's help but he refuses. Trudy realizes his feelings for Amber but encourages him to get over her for the good of the tribe. Bray ignores Trudy and even refuses to help her with his niece.

Dwayne Cameron

Antonia Prebble

Beth Allen

Season 1 of "The Tribe" is available on DVD (Non-US)

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