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Amber Benson Grapples With The One Eyed Monster

And the AFM data rolls on unabated as I get word about the newest Amber Benson title, One Eyed Monster.

And no, that’s not just a clever title.  By all reports, it really WILL be about a cock run amok after it’s been seized by an alien of some time on the set of a porn flick.  Oh, and guess WHOSE cock becomes the world-destroying One Eyed Monster, from what I hear?  None other than legendary cockmaster Ron Jeremy.

It’s not every day I can type “cock” with such unabashed frenzy, and not surprisingly, I’m taking full advantage of it.  See, I love Amber Benson’s work–she’s chronically underused, in my opinion, especially since I’ve seen some of her non-horror post-Buffy work.  Stuff like her film Chance, which was a rare gem.  And thus, I follow Amber Benson’s career around and write her up as much as is possible–like whenever I find her.  And so, when One Eyed Monster finally makes its way to video store shelves (what, like this thing has even half a chance in theatres?  no way, kids), I will be looking forward to it.

No matter HOW weird it’s going to look to bring a copy of One Eyed Monster up to the counter.  Yipes, that actually might be LESS pleasant than trying to rent porn.

Bai Ling and Amber Benson Getting Shifted

 

(Bai Ling)

Anyone remember Bai Ling?  You know, that really hot chick from Wild Wild West who kept Will Smith “occupied” for all of about thirty seconds before he shot everybody in the room?  Yeah, I know you remember her.

Now, anyone remember Amber Benson?  That hot chick who played Tara on Buffy the Vampire Slayer but also shot the film Intermedio entirely on a broken leg?  The guys behind that one wanted her involved so badly that they rewrote the script to accommodate Benson’s broken leg.

Now, picture the two coming together around a movie called Shifter, featuring a mob hitman who can transform into various were-creatures.  Yeah, I know…it sounds great, doesn’t it?  Even better, the mob hitman will actually manage to face something worse than himself, sent to kill him by a rival mob boss.

(Bai Ling)

(Amber Benson)