Fabulous Kiwi stunt woman and actress Zoe Bell is going off.
Last month she was a juror at a film festival in Switzerland and last week she spoke to the UK's Independent newspaper about her character Six Horse Judy in her friend, Quentin Tarantino's new western The Hateful Eight.
Bell stars alongside Channing Tatum, Kurt Russell and fellow Tarantino-favourite Samuel L. Jackson. Her role is not classic Bell combat but is still a challenge.
Six Horse Judy does not get into fights but takes part in plenty of Wild West action.
Bell told the Independent: "Six Horse Judy is actually quite cute, quite sweet, but she drives a six horse coach - a stagecoach with six horses. She is tough, because that is quite hard."
It seems Tarantino's film tastes have rubbed off on Bell as she told the paper that she likes blood, guts and gore in movies, but she is super sensitive to suspense movies and can't handle the stress.
She said that a huge amount of becoming educated in the world of film has come from her working with Quentin (Tarantino). His movie appreciation was contagious she said and she didn't use to love being frightened...but she now loves the art of frightening films.
On Sunday, 37-year-old Bell tweeted out to her UK followers and asked if anyone had watched her 2013 movie Raze, which was screened the night before on the UK Horror Channel. She had earlier told fans she may watch it too.
Raze is an unapologetic exploitation movie where Bell stars as Sabrina, a woman forced into bone crunching, bare hand fighting against various other women for the twisted entertainment of the wealthy elite.
One Twitter fan got a retweet from Bell by asking: "Anyone else ever have the thought that @TheRealZoeBell would make the perfect #SonyaBlade? #MortalKombat?"
Great idea, Spy hopes the studio bosses were watching.
Bell's influence in the industry is growing. Last month she was invited to be part of the jury at the The Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival (NIFFF) in Switzerland. Bell had to watch over a dozen horror and fantasy films and choose the best.
Bell has had some time off her busy schedule spending the last few weeks enjoying Scotland with her mum and dad Tish and Andrew Bell.