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Full Moon chief Charles Band is gearing up for his Fourth Annual Full Moon Horror Road Show, which launches in San Diego, CA on September 30 and wraps October 28 in Madison, Wi. And Fango is giving away tix in each of the cities the exploitation guru will be touching down in.
Here’s the deal: The first 10 people from each city (see list below) to name their favorite Puppetmaster character get four tickets to the show on the corresponding day. To enter, send an e-mail to email@example.com. List your city/Full Moon Road Show as the subject (a must!), plus your phone number and complete mailing address, and tell ’em Fango sent ya.
“Aside from completing three films—Skull Heads hits DVD next month [watch for a set-visit story on this website], Demonic Toys 2 is out in December and Puppetmaster: Axis Of Evil arrives February 2010—I’m busy prepping for the Road Show,” Band tells Fango. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Fango)
Whoever said "there ain't no such thing as a free lunch" obviously never worked in the movie business, because there certainly is such a thing as a free lunch, as I've experienced on many occasions. The best part about these free lunches is, usually, you get to have them with actors or directors or other movie folk, which is exactly what happened when I went down to the Paramount lot for a press lunch with some of the folks that brought us Friday the 13th, Part VII: The New Blood and Friday the 13th, Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan. Both of these films - the last of the series that Paramount produced - are being released in new Deluxe Editions on September 15 and I was invited down to the Paramount lot for a lunch with actors Kane Hodder, who played Jason Voorhes in both films, Vc Dupree, who played the »
2 items from 2009
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