Rebecca Marshall on “Supernatural” [SEE HER TONIGHT]

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See Her Tonight

Rebecca Marshall on Supernatural

(9:00 PM EST, The CW)

Tonight’s episode of Supernatural has Rebecca Marshall as a demon–which makes sense, because she’s already stirred up a poltergeist in our pants. By which your See Her Tonight column is referring to her recent turn in the indie film Raze, which took the idea of catfights in a women’s prison and turned it into the world’s sexiest UFC competitions.

Well, maybe “sexy” isn’t the word, but we’d prefer it if you’d be a little less judgmental. The important thing is that Rebecca instantly became our favorite femme fatale as a brawling babe, so it’s a great time for the Canadian cutie to make the inevitable appearance on Supernatural–which has also hosted Great Northern Beauties like Farrah Aviva, Kacey Rohl, Amanda Tapping, and  Liane Balaban.

We probably first saw Rebecca Marshall in Repo! The Genetic Opera, which is a great movie that could’ve been better if they’d given Rebecca a bigger role. Most lucky guys caught on to her in 2010’s Saw 3D: The Final Chapter. Sadly, Rebecca’s mostly been busy this year on a show called Arctic Air, which–as you might guess–keeps her bundled up in plenty of heavy clothes. That’s in contrast to Rebecca’s fine work posing in a bikini, which looks like this...

Rebecca also got past us in Adam Sandler’s That’s My Boy, but at least she made it back to the American multiplexes. We’re also happy to see that Rebecca has made the occasional horror-convention appearance thanks to Saw 3D. We’re hoping that she’ll keep geeks like us going at those things–especially since Rebecca is also in the upcoming Cooties, which is getting lots of hype as an indie horror movie that’s unusually smart. You can follow that film’s fortunes (and Rebecca) via her Twitter account.

And don’t forget Raze, which is an amazing genre movie that scared off a lot of critics. Too bad it wasn’t a Japanese movie. A major Hollywood studio would already be working on a remake. Now get ready for Rebecca to invade your living room tonight by warming up to her positively wicked body right here…

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