Tara Reid: All the Scary is for a Movie, Y'All

3/24/2014 3:30 AM PDT, by
Tara Reid
We showed you photos the other day of Tara Reid lying all cutely supine on a sunny beach, and we praised that body of hers, because hell's bell's: she finally stopped messing around with poor quality appendages, thank God. She looks healthy and she looks great, and above all, she looks human.

Now, however, we're seeing an enormous rock on her all-important finger, and why not? Tara's a likable enough girl -- fame sure has put her through the wringer, but gosh, it's not like she hung onto it for so many years like Lindsay Lohan had or anything. 

Here's what Tara had to say about the ring, after posting the above picture with the caption "I'm so in love!": So sorry, no (or you're welcome?), Tara Reid is not engaged. It's for a movie called "Charlie's Farm," and judging by the film's Twitter page, it looks like it's supposed to be a scary 'un.

Here's a description of the film, sure to leave you in LOL-ing pieces:

"In an effort to do something different, four friends head into Australia’s outback to explore Charlie’s Farm, the site where a violent family met their end at the hands of an angry mob. Despite all warnings, they persist in their horror-seeking adventure. Once there, the four friends meet other transients and find Charlie’s Farm to be anything but horror inspiring. They are unaware that they are being watched. While exploring the property to prove the myth, they encounter Charlie, who shows them that some legends never die." 
 
So, all in all, pretty typical for a horror movie. It's no "Sharknado," of course, but come on -- what ever could be (besides "Sharknado 2," of course?).

Get on down with your bad self, Tara!

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