Wednesday, March 17, 2010

3 Suzi Lorraine Autographed 8x10s

She goes by many names - Kelli Summers, Suzi Leigh, Suzi Shareaux, Suzie Lorraine - but the one name that seems o stick the most is Suzi Lorraine. She's a soft-core queen, but is mostly known for being a Scream Queen, a legend of the b-horror movie genre.

Some of her most-renowned films include: (2003), The Lord Of The G-Strings: The Femaleship Of The String (2003, guess what film it's based on!), Torment (2008), Spiderbabe (2003), Satan's School Of Lust (2002), Holocaust Holocaust (2008), and the amazingly-named Bikini Girls On Ice (2009, should be as obvious as Snakes On A Plane, really), of which here is the synopsis, lifted from the imdb page:
When a bus-load of women's college soccer players get stranded on their way to a bikini car-wash fundraiser, they decide to set-up shop in front of an abandoned gas station on the edge of town. Little do they know the place is the stalking-grounds for a homicidal maniac mechanic named Moe.
Oh yeah.

There's a ''ladies of horror'' blog who has devoted an entry to her.

She has also had bit parts in mainstream films, such as the Hugh Grant-infected Music And Lyrics (2007), as well as a recurring waitress part in the everlasting soap opera As The World Turns.

She is also an accomplished writer - she is a columnist for Horror Mania Magazine, a mainstream horror publication based in Italy and also writes a "Diary of A Scream Queen" column for Gorezone Magazine, based in the UK, as well as writing the screenplay for the movie Won Ton Baby (2009), in which she also plays - and model.

As a model, she has appeared in numerous ads (Nike and Mercedes spring to mind, classy, eh?) as well as graced the pages of countless publications, such as GQ, Esquire, FHM, Modern Bride Magazine, and Filmmaker Magazine, and she has appeared in many music videos, CD covers, and swimsuit magazines; she also appears in the 2010 Hot Honeys And Hunks Of Horror calendar, alongside Julie Strain, Tom Savini, Lloyd Kaufman and Tiffany Schepis, and all proceeds of the sale go to breast cancer research. If you'd like to do your part and purchase one, you can do so here.

I'd love to have her play in one of my movies. I really should work on getting funding.

All three of these autographed pictures can be purchased directly from her website store, for $15 each. She also sells autographed copies of DVDs of her movies ($20 each) and magazines she's graced the covers of ($15).

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