Saturday, October 8, 2016

Hellevator Twisted Twins Jen and Sylvia Soska - TV

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Hellevator Twisted Twins Jen and Sylvia Soska - TV

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Hellevator‘s “Twisted Twins” Jen And Sylvia Soska Blast Into Season 2 With Emphasis on The Seven Deadly Sins!
      Fans of the top rated GSN horror game show Hellevator are in for a “scarified” treat for season two.  Executive producer Jason Blum (Paranormal Activity, The Purge) has built a reputation as one of the best in the horror genre on the big screen and has now brought the same magic to the little screen.

Twisted Twins Jen & Sylvia Soska
Of course the show wouldn’t have its horrific up and down goose bump moments without it’s hostesses the Hellevator twins Jen and Sylvia Soska (American Mary), who have added a new floor of terror. The “Twisted Twins” will again spin their spidery web of deceit, confusion and uncertainty from their secret lair to mentally bamboozle the teams of four friends who struggle to stay calm, pretend to be cool while holding on to the last bit a sanity they have left navigating their way through dark, bug filled, wet, creepy hallways and mysterious rooms where anything can come out. They will endure all of the psychological torture to see who will last and complete their tasks including completing the pulse stopping final stage known as “The Inferno” for a $50,000 grand prize.

   In talking with the “Twisted Twins,” one gets an eerie sense of scary, humor and sensual sexy all at the same time
 which is a very intriguing combination. When asked if they stayed in character between takes or after the set is shut down for lunch or whatever are they still ready to hack a head off? Jen laughs out, “Oh yes, I’m very mean spirited. I’m the mean spirited one.” Sylvia sweetly chimes in, “I think I’m always gleefully homicidal. its part of the job description,” Jen comes back and says, “I’m a little bit compassionate but only about the leaches, the tarantulas and the snakes. I always check on them but the contestants not so much.” And yes they do have real live animals on the set. When this interviewer commented about not liking snakes Jen says, “You know we aren’t the type of people you need to tell your phobias to.”

    Do the fans of the show recognize the twins when they are grocery shopping, at the mall or wherever even out of makeup? And how do they react? Sylvia responds, “We’re very recognizable so in or out of the makeup all of the time we’ll either get running over and ‘oh my God you’re those crazy bitches from Hellevator’ or ‘do you guys watch Hellevator you kind of look like the twins?’ They respond, “We are the twins, going down?” Jens explains, “The most exciting one was after the first episode for the season premiere. We were in an ubor and the girl said ‘are you the scary Hellevator twins?’ Then she started telling us everything like ‘this is what he did wrong, this is what she did wrong, you need to get my uncle and the four of us will go on.’ It was like yeah, it was exciting.”
     So how did these lovely ladies land such a dream job? Sylvia agrees, “Oh it is a dream job. I’m still waiting for the real host to show up. Elvira, I keep expecting Elvira to show up.”  Jen jokes, “Well obviously it was voodoo and witchcraft, sacrifices of small animals but no; we had an interview. They were looking for one person. They had the two of us and for some reason us talking back and forth being our interesting twinny selves; they were like our thoughts are she is pretty perfect considering that we dress whore and abusive style.” 

      It might be interesting to note that the late artist Prince was quoted as saying “The elevator is the devil” and he unfortunately was found dead in his Paisley Park studio elevator. 

      Fans can step into season 2 of the Hellevator for its four-part special event beginning Friday, Oct. 7 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on GSN.

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