Now that Kendra Wilkinson, Bridget Marquardt and Holly Madison have bid farewell to the reality series The Girls Next Door, the girls are busy doing their own thing. Bridget has a new Travel Channel series called Bridget's Sexiest Beaches, Kendra is busy planning her wedding to Philadelphia Eagles receiver Hank Baskett, as well as her spin-off series Kendra, while Holly is focusing on Dancing with the Stars. It's difficult to bring them all together at this point but there's a way to catch at least two of the girls simultaneously in one movie.
Next month, Holly and Bridget will be scaring viewers with a darkly comic and sexy horror film called The Telling. They'll be leading the project as the characters Stephanie and Eva DeMarco respectively. The anthology feature, which will be released on DVD on April 14, is about three girls who pledge a sorority, which consists of the most beautiful and meanest girls on campus. For their final task, however, they must tell the most horrifying story they know.
For the first horror story, Tonya, played by Jessica Noboa, tells one about Dollface in which a guy brings home a talking antique doll to his girlfriend, Lily, portrayed by When a Killer Calls star Rebekah Kochan, but she is convinced that the doll is out to get her.
The terror continues with the story of The Crimson Echo, as told by Stephanie Sanborn's Phoebe. The tale is about a once A level actress who is demoted to doing a horror film in central Europe where she is propelled into a world she was not aware even existed.
For the third story, Haley, portrayed by Jean-Louise O'Sullivan, tells a tale of three roommates who overhear a murder when they make a prank call. Eventually, they think the killer is after them and they don't know who to trust.
But the horror doesn't end there. After the tales are told, someone at the sorority takes the tales of murder to heart.