The Trilogy Synopsis
As the Director and Writer and editor for the Trilogy, I probably should know the storyline. I'd say that the making of it was an adventure in filmmaking. I was on a quest for something new and never done. I cannot say that I know this happened, but the feeling inside is that I reached that plateau. I waited for visions and strung them together in an attempt to weave something different. In short, the whole plot scenario and rationale came to play for me. It started as a Vampire film with real outlaw bikers. That in itself was interesting enough for me to work the bikers into the fantasy world of Vampires. The Plot was around AC (who becomes head Vampire after his daughter disappears in amusement park) losing his daughter and his search in this crazy mess of Vampires and bikers. In Part 2 I wanted to bring in our fave characters from many films like Witches, Wolves and a Mummy. The Witches were the feminine, strong part of the trilogy showing men who is the boss and if sometimes burned were the toughest characters in the trilogy. I was raised by single mom and I know a woman's strength and power. It turns out AC's daughter was stolen by a witch and the vampires and bikers now have succumb to the Witches for underestimating them. As we start to understand that now witches run the town and Ac has to fight them to get his daughter. The film takes on a battle of the mind at war with the monsters inside. So we are seeing the seams in the dress and the film is realizing it is a film. Very dreamlike and incoherent as LSD, our main characters still battle but there is an undercurrent of knowing that not all is what we see. That maybe we are in a Bizarro OZ and the battle is not with whom we think. By the end of trilogy, we realize we are battling mad scientists as patients for our souls so to speak. AC's daughter was never abducted by witches, but by the state and he is insane. His dreams are being monitored with many others attached to him in experiments that amuse the crazy Doctors and Head Doctor ( Michael Musto). From this point , can AC and the patients break out of the hospital and be free.? Can they leave the film? Characters trapped in a film is the main storyline now and audience is sobered into this awareness very abruptly in Tres (Part 3.)
I wanted to take film in a new direction. Where we are not trapped by a script because it was written, but to live the experience and write the next steps was my plan. We lived it and now you can see the end of this experiment. With great music from independent artist and Trax music by Rachael Cain.