Sunday, November 3, 2013

One Woman Faces An Army Of Darkness In The New Inspired Digital Series, AVA SNOW BATTLES DEATH

Lending itself to the eclectic blend of quirky dialogue and awkward humor with intriguing science fiction, fantasy and action is the latest promotional footage for the inspired upcoming webseries, Ava Snow Battles Death. The series is the most current project from independent filmmaker Zack Drisko and actress Arielle Davidsohn had been driven to produce a romantic, whimsical, action-packed series about a knive-wielding badass chick forced to confront a mysterious evil when a demonic spirit possesses her boyfriend.

Based on the footage now obtainable by means of their official site, the series shares familiar territory with function cult hits like Buffy: The Vampire Slayer and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, which is something that Drisko and I both found obtaining in typical when speaking to each and every other on Wednesday. In our discussion, I also got to discover a small much more about what inspired the universe surrounding the Ava Snow character, particularly on the subject on how an overactive imagination contributed to making such a setting.

Drisko writes, "A single day [Arielle and I] passed this spot called Sideshow: Uncommon and Remarkable Books, Art and Curiosities. With a name like that, you start off questioning to your self, 'OK, it's a book retailer, but what about these 'curiosities?' Is there magic involved? Anything out of The X-Files?" He then added "And at times it's not one thing special at all. You see a guy stumbling down an alley with a vacant stare. He's most likely just drunk, but then your thoughts starts to invent a far more exciting explanation -- like he's a zombie or his soul has been stolen by overlords from a parallel dimension. That is what we're attempting to do in our series, produce fantastical backstories for the items you see every day. In this series we can make these sorts of suggestions Ava's reality, which has been really enjoyable to discover."

Drisko is arranging a main kickstarter this October to assist get the pilot off the ground for the series as he continues aiming for greater prospects. On that note, check out the press release and trailer below.
PRLog (Press Release) - Sep. 24, 2013 - LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Los Angeles, Calif. 9/24/13 – The Internet series “Ava Snow Battles Death” is set to launch its Kickstarter fundraising campaign the evening of Saturday, Oct. 5. The series is a fantasy-horror-comedy about a knife-throwing heroine named Ava Snow and the overlords from yet another dimension who want to steal her soul. 
“We’re asking for five thousand, which is adequate to make our pilot,” stated Zack Drisko, one of the series creators, “but we’re hoping to achieve some of our stretch objectives and make the complete five-episode series we have planned. We have a excellent story to tell that we’d love to share with people.” 
“Ava Snow Battles Death” was produced by Drisko and Arielle Davidsohn. They premiered 4 sneak peek clips on YouTube and Vimeo last Friday, Sept. 20, which have been met by constructive reactions. 
“We have been truly fortunate to have a great team,” Davidsohn stated. “They had been the ones who produced our ideas attainable.” 
The cast and crew contains men and women such as Daniel Scruggs, a VFX artist from “Game of Thrones,” Russ Glasgow, promo editor for “Tron: Legacy” and “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” Steve Rizzo, stuntman from “The Dark Knight Rises” and “No Nation for Old Guys,” Andrew Parkhurst, director of photography for Ridley Scott’s “Prophets of Science Fiction,” Robert C. Jackson, sound designer on “50/50” and “The Expendables,” Christopher Jenkins Holmes, who had a recurring role on “90210” and YouTube star Sam Proof. 
Davidsohn, who stars in the series as the title character Ava Snow, underwent intense training to pull off the fight scenes. Davidsohn trained mixed martial arts with specialist fighter Cassiano Laureano, who trained at Kings MMA and Werdum Combat Group, home to UFC fighters such as Anderson Silva, Fabricio Werdum, Wanderlei Silva, and Mauricio “Shogun” Rua. Davidsohn also educated knife-throwing with globe champion Carl Geddes. 
“I was by no means athletic or coordinated, so understanding how to fight Muay Thai and throw knives practically killed me,” Davidsohn said. “Even although I nonetheless have a long way to go until I’m pleased with my expertise, I really feel proud of how far I was in a position to come and look forward to honing my capabilities as the project continues.” 
Far more data on “Ava Snow Battles Death” is available on their Net site, and their uploads are on YouTube ( and Vimeo (
Ava Snow Battles Death trailer from Ava Snow Battles Death on Vimeo.
One Woman Faces An Army Of Darkness In The New Inspired Digital Series, AVA SNOW BATTLES DEATH
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