Our New Film: Justine

We’re very excited to be crowdfunding our new project, a film based on the Marquis de Sade’s Justine!

Want to be a part of this amazing new movie, “More Sadistic than De Sade himself”? Then check out our campaign at the link right here!

We have tons of amazing perks in return for your contribution, like downloads, DVDs, signed books, and there are also ways for you to have a say in the content of the film!!!

New Podcast with Amy Hesketh

A promotional still from Olalla
A promotional still from Olalla

Amy Hesketh just did her second podcast with John HorrorDude Ginder for A Horrorfying Blog. In it, they discuss Olalla, Bluebeard, and Dead But Dreaming. Their chat ranges from caring about one’s actors, to *gasp* nudity in the films, and everything in between. So grab a beverage, crank up your heat/cooling, and have a listen!

Amy Hesketh on a Horrorfying Blog podcast

Enjoy!

You can also listen to Amy’s previous podcast with A Horrorfying Blog right here!

Now Streaming on Vimeo

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Dead But Dreaming on Vimeo

We have a big announcement, Dead But Dreaming is now available to rent (stream) on Vimeo! Isn’t that marvelous? We think it is!

You can watch it right now at this link right here!

Stay tuned as we release more films on Vimeo On Demand.

 

Great things are happening with Olalla!

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A still from Olalla

The first review of Olalla has come out, and it’s great! Here’s an excerpt:

Thanks to its totally unconventional approach, Olalla is one of the most interesting vampire movies of late – these are not your typical bloodsuckers, but a typical old-fashioned family with a strict hierarchy, its black sheep (Olalla) and forbidden fruits (Ofelia), its enforcers (Felipe) and eccentrics (Erix Antoine as Uncle Bruno) – but all of this isn’t played for laughs (though there are a few) but as a drama with its gory, its violent, its sexy and its fetishistic bits, all set in rather beautifully decorated sets betraying crumbling decadence, carried by a first rate ensemble cast.” (Re)Search My Trash filmsite

Read the full review here!

And here’s a great interview with Jac Avila, producer and actor, about Olalla, in which he reveals all sorts of marvels of the making of this macabre film!

And there’s more, an amazing video from Germany, featuring the music of Andreas Gross (website here) has just been released, featuring images from Olalla!

 

You can buy Andreas Gross’ album Goodbye Mainstream at this link!

The download of Olalla is available here! And the DVD is available on our site at this link!