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The Burgess Wetnose Awards 2013

Jenny Seagrove - The Burgess Wetnose Awards 2013 held at Jumeriah Carlton Tower hotel - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Monday 11th March 2013

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Picture - Jenny Seagrove, Jason Durr, Dawn... , Wednesday 15th August 2012

Jenny Seagrove - Jenny Seagrove, Jason Durr, Dawn Steele and Finty Williams Wednesday 15th August 2012 Photocall for 'Volcano' held at the Vaudeville Theatre

Picture - Jenny Seagrove, Dawn Steele and... , Wednesday 15th August 2012

Jenny Seagrove - Jenny Seagrove, Dawn Steele and Jason Steele Wednesday 15th August 2012 Photocall for 'Volcano' held at the Vaudeville Theatre

Picture - Jenny Seagrove, Dawn Steele and... , Wednesday 15th August 2012

Jenny Seagrove - Jenny Seagrove, Dawn Steele and Jason Durr Wednesday 15th August 2012 Photocall for 'Volcano' held at the Vaudeville Theatre

Zoe Review


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Think of it as Stand by She.

This all-female road movie/coming-of-age movie improves dramatically on the last attempt at this genre -- the Britney Spears vehicle Crossroads -- but unfortunately once Zoe (Vanessa Zima) loses her punk friends and hooks up with a British woman named Cecilia (Jenny Seagrove) and her cremated mother, the film loses some of its luster.

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Boogeymen Review


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Just when you think there are no new ideas in Hollywood comes a DVD like Boogeymen, which shakes up your expectations of the movies. With the promise of giving you "the greatest hits of horror," Boogeymen is a compilation of scenes from 17 horror movies, ostensibly the best-known bits of the movies' "boogeymen" doing their dirtiest work.

Some of these boogeymen are the real deal -- Leatherface (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre) at the end of the film, Freddy Krueger (A Nightmare on Elm Street) in his finest hour, Jason (Friday the 13th) chasing a towel-wrapped co-ed, Pinhead (Hellraiser) ripping apart some dude. These are memorable horror baddies who haunted us during our youth. Then there are scenes from Wishmaster, Leprechaun, The Guardian, and even The Dentist -- not only is it not scary, it's silly and insulting to the other villains (like Psycho's Norman Bates) in the lineup. The Puppetmaster? And The Ugly? I've never even heard of The Ugly.

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