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Prehysteria! Still Charms With a Fantastic Restoration [Blu-Ray Review]

I’m a longtime Full Moon fan, dating back to the third grade. Once I discovered Puppet Master, it all ballooned from there. When I started diving into the Charles Band filmography though, I was amazed...

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Charles Band Talks Bunker of Blood, Puppet Master, Primevals and More [Exclusive]

Charles Band is one of the most successful independent producers in the genre’s history. He helped spearhead the VHS boom with Wizard Video, he helped create two of the first licensed horror games eve...

Puppet Master Blitzkrieg

Puppet Master: Blitzkrieg Massacre Kicks Off Bunker of Blood Series Today!

Puppet Master fans already had something to look forward to today with the DVD/Blu-ray release of the reboot Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich. As a cherry on top, however, Full Moon has premiered the...

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Comic Review: Dollman Kills the Full Moon Universe #1

During the total 25 issue run of Puppet Master at Action Lab Danger Zone, there were also several miniseries expanding the corners of the larger Full Moon universe, the most recent of them being Culle...


Comic Review: Subspecies #1 is a Strong Start to Radu’s Comeback

Action Lab proved to be able to take the reigns of a B-Movie franchise and completely reinvigorate it with Puppet Master. Their other Full Moon-related titles have brought on some of the comic world’s...


Why Subspecies is a Perfect Throwback to ’60s Gothic Camp

Full Moon Entertainment was never known for really making movies that were “of the time.” They weren’t relevant to current cultural issues. Charles Band simply wanted to produce films similar to the R...

Puppet Master 4

Book Review: It Came from the Video Aisle Is a Comprehensive History of/Love-Letter To Full Moon

Full Moon Entertainment was a titan of the video era. From Mom & Pop stores to the local supermarket, wherever you could rent a movie, you would find Full Moon. Even casual fans of the studio—of m...

Puppet Master Curtain Call

Comic Review: Puppet Master: Curtain Call #1

After a break of nearly a year, the Puppet Master comic series is back. For reasons we can mostly only speculate, the series needed to be reconfigured after issue 20. Instead of meeting its planned 30...

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Script to Pieces: Stuart Gordon’s Shadow Over Innsmouth

Welcome to Script to Pieces, a recurring feature at Wicked Horror where we look at the best, most interesting and at times most unbelievable horror movies that never happened. Sometimes these will be ...

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