Tag Archive for Jac Avila

A Wonderful Review of Dead But Dreaming

Charles Lonberger of The Beverly Hills Outlook recently published this simply wonderful review of Jac Avila’s Dead But Dreaming. Here’s a sample: “Avila’s sensibilities are, contrary to this genre’s (vampire) tradition, Baroque, not Gothic. As director, he builds his drama from within his frame, using superimpositions only fleetingly, and is most powerful in his ritualistic stagings (as in his registrations of human sacrifice… Read more →

A First look at Dead But Dreaming

  Erix Antoine, blogger, and actor in Dead But Dreaming has written a really positive commentary/review of the movie, he sums it up like this, “Consider this kind of like Interview With the Vampire meets I Spit On Your Grave.”. We’re thrilled! You can read his write-up at the link right here! Read more →

Review of Barbazul by Dean Andersson

We saw today up in IMDB a great review of Barbazul by the renowned horror writer C. Dean Andersson. Here’s the link to the original, or you can read it here below!   Amy Hesketh’s BARBAZUL is an effective horror film of great style and insight that would give Hannibal Lecter the creeps!, 12 February 2013 Author: C Dean Andersson *** This… Read more →

Barbazul is Here!

Well, you waited patiently folks and now it’s here, Amy Hesketh’s second masterpiece (third to be released)! We’re very excited to present the official trailer here below, hot off the digital presses. Download Barbazul Here! Buy the DVD Here! There’s also an audio commentary with Amy Hesketh and Jac Avila in English that goes along with the movie (contains spoilers!):  Read more →

Barbazul (Bluebeard) Debuts in Bolivian Cinemas October 11th

Pachamama Films prepares the debut of Barbazul, a new Bolivian film, for the 11th of October. Barbazul is Amy Hesketh’s second film, the American filmmaker residing in Bolivia, director of the controversial film Sirwiñakuy. This new production made in Bolivia debuts October 11th in the Multicine in La Paz and the Cine Centers of La Paz, Santa Cruz and Cochabamba. Barbazul is based on the classic fairytale  ”La barbe bleue”… Read more →