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Fright Night's Sandra Vergara Visits AOTS

Posted: December 13, 2011
Fright Night's Sandra Vergara Visits AOTS
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Sandra Vergara sits down with Kevin Pereira for more details about her film, Fright Night, now available on Blu-ray and DVD. Find out what she has to say about vampires, being the sister of Sofia Vergara from Modern Family and more.

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  • lstnlmbo05

    Who is this chick....i saw the movie and she had a whole two lines ....does that really justify having her on your show. I am from Albuquerque and look its not for everyone, especially spoiled rotten LA types but i can say for certain we have more than just two asian places to eat....I honestly could care less about this actress she seems like a wash up anyways, what i take issue with is Kevin apologizing to her and feeling bad that she had to come here....First off shes lucky she got an acting job because she wasn't all that good. Secondly Kevin have you ever been here, I would welcome you and G4 to come here we have pretty big comic cons we have one in January and one in June. We have a thriving gaming community with tournaments being held constantly. It also can not be too bad because we have Breaking Bad being shot here for the past 5 years and The Avengers ...and Sam Jackson has been here twice doing films. So quit apologizing to hack actresses ....i mean David Tennant was in the movie get him on your show not a bit part player.

    Posted: December 19, 2011 4:59 PM
    lstnlmbo05
  • JustforSandraV

    As a 30 year veteran of the Albuquerque area. I find it reprehensible that an actress of such star quality, (8 tv series, probably as a corpse, http://www.imdb.com/name/nm089 4048/ ) can speak with such disdain. She should really talk with her agent if she is unhappy with the jobs she signs up for. Twin Peaks is definitely not a strip club and for her to continue the lie is unfortunate not only for the francise but the Alb area. The State of New Mexico sinks entirely to much money into the movie industry for actors/actresses to falsely condemn the conditions of their the filming locale conditions.

    Some of the best movies of the past decade have been filmed in our area and just because you can't seem to leave the parking lot of your own hotel shouldn't be anyone's problem but your own.

    Shame on Sandra for lying and shame on G4 for not fact checking her interview prior to airing it.

    Posted: December 16, 2011 4:40 PM
    JustforSandraV
  • CDrew

    This interview made the news in Albuquerque. http://www.kob.com/article/sto ries/S2414112.shtml?cat=500

    Posted: December 15, 2011 4:15 PM
    CDrew
  • plasian

    First of all she s an idiot for thinking Twin Peaks was a strip club! It s a sports bar and it s sad she couldn t tell the difference between the two when inside the sports bar. Second, it s very rude of her to trash talk about a town because it doesn t cater to a population like L.A. or N.Y. That s why I love this city and this state. It s beautiful out here, it s the Land of Enchantment for a reason. You can drive an hour out of town and camp and fish in the mountains! It s not a huge metropolitan city but that s why I love it, because you don t have a lot of people like Sandra who think so highly of themselves they seem delusional. She probably won t get as warm a welcome from the 505 as she did the first time.
    Albuquerque is an outdoors city, there s hiking, biking. You can take the tram up to the top of Sandia Crest, or if you re more adventurous you can take the 7 mile roundtrip hike up the mountain to the TWA crash site! It s too bad that people who come here are too ignorant to see what Albuquerque really has to offer, great food, great sights, and a lot of fun.

    Posted: December 15, 2011 9:36 AM
    plasian
  • markgp

    First of all, I don't even know who this lady is. Second, she's kind of hurting herself, so her opinion of Albuquerque is about as desirable as her face, not very. I'm not saying Albuquerque is on my top ten places to spend my life, but there are plenty of good decent people that make a living in this town and could stand to have an average review from someone with such exposure (as opposed to an inaccurate and biased bitch session from an ignorant woman looking for attention).

    Posted: December 15, 2011 8:27 AM
  • Helsja

    speaking so poorly of a town that went out of its way to accommodate you is in pretty poor taste.
    i know Albuquerque is not a large metropolis but there are lots of beautiful things to see, lots of delicious food to eat, and lots of nice people.
    Our economy is hurting. People are struggling to find work and our newly formed film industry has provided people with income and stability when we needed it. Our people take great pride in their work and do a tremendous job.
    nstead of returning the professionalism and promoting our industry, Sandra Vergara turned around and trashed the entire city.
    Albuquerque is a very small city. it is what it is, but to be so rude to a city that was only doing what it could to help you film your movie is not a classy move.

    Posted: December 15, 2011 7:50 AM
  • fastskylark

    she is an idiot

    Posted: December 15, 2011 6:55 AM
    fastskylark
  • Torch911

    I can handle that not everyone loves Albuquerque but Sandra loses a bit of credibility when she says the only things to do are the 2 restaurants within walking distance from her hotel (doesn't help she thinks she got a lap dance at Twin Peaks, a Hooters wannabe). I'm sure if Sandra wanted to find something to do, she could have checked out the local bars downtown like Anton Yelchin and Christopher Mintz-Plasse did. That's ok though, I don't see her needing to come back to Albuquerque given the fact films like The Avengers and Little Miss Sunshine as well as TV shows like Breaking Bad are being filmed here as opposed to the TV movie she's moved on to.

    Posted: December 15, 2011 12:32 AM
    Torch911
  • Torch911

    I can handle that not everyone loves Albuquerque but Sandra loses a bit of credibility when she says the only things to do are the 2 restaurants within walking distance from her hotel (doesn't help she thinks she got a lap dance at Twin Peaks, a Hooters wannabe). I'm sure if Sandra wanted to find something to do, she could have checked out the local bars downtown like Anton Yelchin and Christopher Mintz-Plasse did. That's ok though, I don't see her needing to come back to Albuquerque given the fact films like The Avengers and Little Miss Sunshine as well as TV shows like Breaking Bad are being filmed here as opposed to the TV movie she's moved on to.

    Posted: December 15, 2011 12:31 AM
    Torch911
  • Thres623

    I have to agree with Shorty. It seems that whenever most celebrities come to New Mexico, they put it down and say there's nothing to do. Look we all know New Mexico is not LA or New York so instead of putting down places, encourage people to come and check out New Mexico because there is tons to do! The beauty of New Mexico is the discovery of things to do and that is what makes things fun! As mentioned before Shorty said Jessica Alba was one that put down Albuquerque, well its very interesting because she was shooting in Alamogordo which is a city south of Albuquerque and when someone asked her about Albuquerque she described a boring, nothing to do, blink and you miss town and she was in Alamogordo NOT Albuquerque. Knowing where you are would be nice because when celebrities mistake things like that obviously are uneducated and well just plain stupid! Another example of a celebrity putting Albuquerque and New Mexico down is Mary McCormack the star of the TV show "In Plain Sight." She's put the entire state down time and time again and there is absolutely no need for that. Bottom line I lose respect and acknowledgement of these celebrities that put New Mexico down. Like I mentioned before, New Mexico and Albuquerque are not LA or New York, but if all you celebrities that put New Mexico down would be positive about New Mexico and encourage people to visit and explore, then things would further develop and in turn would create even MORE things to do while boosting the economy for New Mexico. Quit putting New Mexico down! And Sandra speaks horribly. I don't care if English is her second language. Boo Sandra BOO!!!!!!!!!

    Posted: December 14, 2011 10:06 PM
    Thres623
  • shorty26

    Ok. Nothing against Sandra. I live in New Mexico. Twin Peaks is a sports bar for one thing not a strip club. There is more to do than just have a couple of drinks. I don't understand why almost everyone around the country seems to think that Albuquerque is a bad place to come. It is not. I've been to a few places around the country and when people ask me where I'm from and I tell them they think that I need a passport to travel outside of my own state. We have been a state since before Hawaii and Alaska. People assume that I speak Spanish because I'm from here. New Mexico is a very beautiful state. Why do actors and actresses think that just because they are famous and from somewhere else that they can put down a state that they very rarely spend enough time in to enjoy all of its qualities? Sandra is not the first one to do this. Jessica Alba did this as well. New Mexico is not some third world country. It is a state. Get used to the idea of that. No body puts down other states like they do this one. I don't understand why some people are so ignorant of the fact that we are not another country and never will be. Most people went to school and learned geography so they should know this fact already. I'm just saying to stop being ignorant to things that you do not know and understand and learn a little more about the country that you live in.

    Posted: December 14, 2011 9:44 PM
    shorty26
  • Michaeltech

    I love the way she speaks!

    Posted: December 14, 2011 8:09 AM
    Michaeltech
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