Tag Archives: Pablo D’Stair

Short Film Mondays – Collection of Left by Snakes Music Videos by Pablo D’Stair

Today on Short Film Mondays come three Pablo D’Stair directed music videos for the band ‘Left by Snakes’. Now Pablo’s name may be familiar to some of you as I’ve reviewed his last three films, most recently Hully Gully. I’ve never been too full of praise for Pablo’s work in the past, often heavily criticising […]

Hully Gully – Review (Spoiler Free)

The lack of a plot makes this the least compelling and most unbearable of all D’Stair’s works… There is little doubt in my mind that Pablo D’Stair works hard. He puts out films at a rapid rate and each one has a very different focus and theme. The problem is that they all suffer from […]

Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief – Review (Spoiler Free)

A tedious script and wince inducing acting plague this ambitious low budget noir. Pablo D’Stair is back. After a very mixed reception last time around with his feature film (A Public Ransom) the filmmaker has returned with another story about two people’s lives being thrown upside down after the appearance of a mysterious stranger. This […]

A Public Ransom – Review (Spoiler Free)

An intriguing premise gets lost amongst weak acting and an overly slow pace. What would you do if you were to find a poster that’s apparently drawn by a young girl who’s asking for help after being kidnapped. There’s a phone number to call scrawled on the bottom and a crayon drawn sketch of the […]