Unlucky Charms and Trancers 1.5 Artwork Unveiled; Charles Band Announces a Clash of Full Moon Titans
Charles Band has released artwork for Unlucky Charms, his newest horror project featuring little monsters and big boobs, as well as promo art for a “lost” sequel to Trancers soon to be released. But can either of those top the announcement of a new Full Moon “Vs.” movie?
Charles Band is back in the director’s chair for the magically malicious Unlucky Charms, starring Tiffany Thornton, Seth Peterson, Charlie O'Connell, Nathan Phillips, Nikki Leigh, Alex Rose Wiesel, Masuimi Max, Mike Diva, Peter Badalamenti, Ben Woolf, and Katrina Kemp with Anna Sophia Berglund and Jeryl Prescott Sales from “The Walking Dead”.
Five beautiful girls vie for a chance to become the spokesmodel for diva DeeDee DeVille's (Jeryl Prescott Sales from "The Walking Dead") new high-end line of lingerie. The claws come out when the competition gets fierce, but when they begin to disappear one by one, they soon find that they are competing for their lives. DeeDee invokes four mythical beings - The Cyclops, The Banshee, The Hobgoblin, and the mischievous red leprechaun Farr Darrig - from an ancient charm bracelet to steal the girls' souls, but the creatures from the underworld have plans of their own. Whomever wields the power of these UNLUCKY CHARMS, beware. They're magically malicious!
You’ll find new artwork for the film below with its emphasis on cleavage and a leprechaun that looks like the red-headed stepchild of Warwick Davis’ Leprechaun. Unlucky Charms is due on home video and video-on-demand sometime next month. With a release date so soon you’d think we’d be getting a trailer as well about now.
Fans of the Trancers franchise might be in for a treat. Who can say for sure? I’m not quite sure what to make of this bit of news myself. Band has announced plans to soon release Trancers 1.5: City of Lost Angels, starring Tim Thomerson and Helen Hunt. Exactly what this “lost” Trancers sequel is or what it’s about remains to be seen. As of now, all we have to go on is the promotional artwork below.
Oh, and Charles Band announced that production will soon begin on Gingerdead Man vs. Evil Bong. Put that in your pipe and smoke it.
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