'Hatchet' Star Talks Role In 'Alyce Kills' - Bloody Disgusting!

‘Hatchet’ Star Talks Role In ‘Alyce Kills’

Check out this new video clip with actress Tamara Feldman (Hatchet) talking about her experience with being apart of Alyce Kills, the newest BD Selects title from Zombie Strippers director Jay Lee. The film releases on DVD on August 20 and features an assortment of behind-the-scenes footage and cast interviews such as this one.

After accidentally knocking her best friend off a roof, Alyce is haunted by guilt and delves into a brutal nightmare wonderland of sex, drugs and violence, her mind tearing itself apart…along with anyone else who gets in her way.

Director Jay Lee takes us down the rabbit hole and unleashes enough chaos and horror to satisfy any gore hound. Alyce Kills stars Tamara Feldman (Hatchet), James Duval (Donnie Darko, Doom Generation), Eddie Rouse (Pandorum), Larry Cedar (The Crazies), Yorgo Constantine (Fast Five), Megan Gallagher (“Millenium”) Rena Owen (Once We Were Warriors), Tracey Walter (Repo Man, Batman), Bret Roberts (May, Nighstalker) and Jade Dornfeld making her film debut as the titular character Alyce.

Alyce Kills takes an unflinching look at a young woman’s struggle to keep it together after tragically killing her best friend. Haunted by guilt, she begins to unravel–losing sleep, losing her job and eventually her sanity.

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  • VictorCrowley

    First memory that comes to mind about her is Adam Green’s pretentious rant on her when they had a falling out with her not coming back for Hatchet 2. He goes on this self-imposed ego-trip about how she’s “made this huge mistake” and how he “hopes her career can recover” and a bunch of other ludicrous crap.

    Tamara has been very busy since Hatchet. It is obvious her career didn’t flounder in the slightest for whatever reason she didn’t reprise her role as Marybeth in H2. I like Hatchet a lot, but c’mon, it’s not at all like she passed up on being the lead in The Dark Knight as Green’s commentary seems to imply.

    Nice to see her featured in her own story.