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Horror Crush: Jessica Rothe

This has to be a first, here, at Words from the Master. A new induction into the Horror Crushes section that is of a girl I never heard of before and who stars in her first horror movie, one that is currently out in theaters. For that to happen it would mean that this lovely lady has made a HUGE impression on me. This beauty that I am referring to, had indeed done just that. And, so it is time for me to introduce the newest Horror Crush: the absolutely gorgeous Jessica Rothe!
Rothe, born Jessica Rothenberg on May 28, 1987 in Denver, Colorado, began her acting career in 2010. She has many TV and movie credits, but I don't think that I have seen a single one of those prior to her, thus far one, horror role: Happy Death Day.
I just saw the movie yesterday and completely loved it! And, in turn, I completely fell in love with her. The flick tells the tale of Theresa "Tree" Gelbman (Rothe) a popular and beautiful college student who is admit ably not very nice. The film takes place on her birthday where she is killed, by someone in a creepy baby mask. By the fucking way, that mask rules! I need it in my life and want to cosplay as him! Anyways, back to the film, she keeps waking up in some dude named Carter's (Israel Broussard) dorm room after being killed. She needs to find out who her killer is, so she can go, hopefully living her life.
See, how creepy and cool that mask is? If you can get me that mask, I will love and be gratefully for you forever and ever!

Rothe gives a great performance as Tree. She is funny and manages to play it well between bitchy and playfully, as well as having good comedic timing. She also adds heart and pathos to the character, with one scene in particular being actually quite moving. 
As said, before she is absolutely gorgeous. Much like her character is suppose be, if this babe had been in any of my college classes, I would have totally crushed on her. Then, been too shy to say shit to her. She has a killer body, but this being a PG-13 don't expect to see any naughty bits. There is one tease, though, that is one of the few moments where the rating actually made me wish was an R.
Sorry celebrity skin fans, the above is all we get.

Regardless, to say this a huge complaint, would be a lie. The movie is so fucking good, that it does not need nudity. And, she is so awesome and beautiful, that her character does not need it either.
Jessica Rothe is an excellent actress and is naturally beautiful. With a lovely face, pretty, blue eyes, and that amazing body, she has the looks department. I see an extremely bright colors future ahead of her and certainly hope she does more horror. For all these reasons and for having an awesome debut in the horror genre, I proudly induct the beautiful Jessica Rothe, into the Horror Crushes section!