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First poster for Jessica Cameron's Save Yourself

I believe we've said this before, but scream queen Jessica Cameron is one busy lady. Her directorial debut, Truth or Dare, is still making the festival rounds, her follow-up effort Utero is in post production, and here she is already on board another project as star and producer.

Talented, beautiful and driven. The girl has it going on. And she's got good taste in podcasts.

Save Yourself pairs Jessica with Sick and Black Eve director Ryan M. Andrews (they are pictured above) in a female-driven horror film. What's this one about? Check out the full synopsis:

En route to L.A., director Crystal Lacroix, along with by-the-numbers producer Dawn Summerville, neurotic writer Lizzy Miller, and star sisters Kim and Sasha Tobin, are riding high after a successful screening of their new horror film. But when Crystal goes missing at a rest stop, their mood suddenly changes. The others, splitting up in search of Crystal, spot an isolated farmhouse and enlist the help of its owners. But they quickly discover that appearances are not always what they seem. Life imitates art as all five ladies find themselves pitted against a deranged couple hell-bent on using them for their mysterious research.

You can follow the flick through production via its official Facebook page and Twitter. Yes, we're pumped for this one. Jessica is rapidly becoming one of The Basement's favourite leading ladies.

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