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Full Moon Film Festival Heads To New Jersey This Saturday

This past April we had the opportunity to chat with writer/director/producer and all-around entertaining guy Charles Band (read it here) about his latest project Evil Bong 3D: The Wrath of Bong and how he was taking the film on the road to share with fans in selected cities.

Well, if you’re living in the New Jersey area, Band has cooked up a day-long event for fans this Saturday, May 14th, which includes the East Coast premiere of the flick, a 25th anniversary screening of From Beyond which will be introduced by Barbara Crampton, a Puppetmaster 2 20th anniversary screening introduced by star and Full Moon Scream Queen Charlie Spradling, a performance by Charles Band’s Full Moon Roadshow, and more.

Read on for more details from the official press release to find out more about the event and how to score your tickets to the Full Moon Film Festival.
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The 'Troll' trilogy: Is this really the 'Best Worst' movie franchise of all time?

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The first Troll film concerned the magical adventures of a teenager named Harry Potter. The second, according to a new documentary, is the Best Worst Movie ever made. And no one seems sure if there even was a third movie. In this special report EW examines the twisted, crazy, and frequently so-bad-it's-hilarious world of... Troll! Next: “I don’t think Troll 2 is the worst movie of all-time. I think Transformers 2 is the worst movie of all time.” On a beautiful Brooklyn evening last July, Michael Paul Stephenson took part in a question-and-answer session following an outdoor screening of the 1990 horror movie Troll 2.
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