We have a bumper crop of DVD and Blu-ray releases this week what with Trick 'r Treat FINALLY coming home along with Ghost House Pictures' four-pack of The Thaw, Offspring, Seventh Moon, and The Children. And that's just the beginning!
Give Charles Band credit; he knows how to keep Full Moon going. Whether it’s his new studio in China (story here) or his bonkers show that’s hitting the road this fall, the Full Moon name is out there and going strong.
He's given us pint-sized puppet killers and killer flying shrunken heads in the past; now Charles Band's love for all things marionette and disembodied is bringing us Skull Heads. Yep, skull-headed puppet-like supernatural creatures on the loose in an old house courtesy of the one true puppet master, Charles Band.
Hi, my name is Matt, and I’m a closet Puppet Master fan. I spent a lot of time prowling the shelves of local video stores in the late 80s/early 90s, and the old Paramount releases of these titles were just too irresistible to skip! And while the movies suffered a steep dip in quality after the third entry, I have a good time with the earliest flicks, even today.
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We already know how much Charles Band loves puppet terrors. Judging by the new slate of Full Moon films Band has announced for next year, it would seem he loves sequels almost as much.
You know what’s wrong with horror these days? No, it’s not the glut of remakes. It’s not torture porn. It’s not Paris Hilton. Well, it might be Paris Hilton, but I don’t think so. No, the problem with horror today is there’s not enough Full Moon Features.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring K-von Moezzi, Kelsey Sanders, Joseph Porter, Frank Nicotero, Michelle Bauer, Jacob Witkin Directed by Sylvia St. Croix
Starring Gary Busey, Robin Sydney, Ryan Locke, Alexia Aleman, Jonathan Chase, Daniela Melgoza, Margaret Blye, Larry Cedar Directed by Charles Band