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Full Moon Features launches streaming service, GrindhouseFlix

  • Fangoria
Full Moon Features launches streaming service, GrindhouseFlix
Kicking off with Full Moon’s latest Charles Band-directed dive into bad taste, Ooga Booga, GrindhouseFlix offers fans the chance to “stream rare and bizarre film gems instantly on any device (including iPhone, iPad, Android, tablets, and desktops) with four new films being added to the library each month.” Titles include the aforementioned Booga, as well as obscure favorites such as Tourist Trap, Dreamaniac, Necroplis, White Slave, Riot In A Women’S Prison and more.

Ooga Booga, starring Karen Black and Stacy Keach, joins the roster March 12 and follows the murder of an innocent African-American medical student whose soul is transferred into the body of an obscure toy, eventually extracting his revenge by killing racists in the city.

To get GrindhouseFlix for yourself and all pertinent devices, head to its official site,

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See full article at Fangoria »

Full Moon Features launches streaming service, GrindhouseFlix

  • Fangoria
Full Moon Features launches streaming service, GrindhouseFlix
Kicking off with Full Moon’s latest Charles Band-directed dive into bad taste, Ooga Booga, GrindhouseFlix offers fans the chance to “stream rare and bizarre film gems instantly on any device (including iPhone, iPad, Android, tablets, and desktops) with four new films being added to the library each month.” Titles include the aforementioned Booga, as well as obscure favorites such as Tourist Trap, Dreamaniac, Necroplis, White Slave, Riot In A Women’S Prison and more.

Ooga Booga, starring Karen Black and Stacy Keach, joins the roster March 12 and follows the murder of an innocent African-American medical student whose soul is transferred into the body of an obscure toy, eventually extracting his revenge by killing racists in the city.

To get GrindhouseFlix for yourself and all pertinent devices, head to its official site,

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See full article at Fangoria »

Full Moon Features launches streaming service, GrindhouseFlix

  • Fangoria
Full Moon Features launches streaming service, GrindhouseFlix
Kicking off with Full Moon’s latest Charles Band-directed dive into bad taste, Ooga Booga, GrindhouseFlix offers fans the chance to “stream rare and bizarre film gems instantly on any device (including iPhone, iPad, Android, tablets, and desktops) with four new films being added to the library each month.” Titles include the aforementioned Booga, as well as obscure favorites such as Tourist Trap, Dreamaniac, Necroplis, White Slave, Riot In A Women’S Prison and more.

Ooga Booga, starring Karen Black and Stacy Keach, joins the roster March 12 and follows the murder of an innocent African-American medical student whose soul is transferred into the body of an obscure toy, eventually extracting his revenge by killing racists in the city.

To get GrindhouseFlix for yourself and all pertinent devices, head to its official site,

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See full article at Fangoria »

Full Moon Features launches streaming service, GrindhouseFlix

  • Fangoria
Full Moon Features launches streaming service, GrindhouseFlix
Kicking off with Full Moon’s latest Charles Band-directed dive into bad taste, Ooga Booga, GrindhouseFlix offers fans the chance to “stream rare and bizarre film gems instantly on any device (including iPhone, iPad, Android, tablets, and desktops) with four new films being added to the library each month.” Titles include the aforementioned Booga, as well as obscure favorites such as Tourist Trap, Dreamaniac, Necroplis, White Slave, Riot In A Women’S Prison and more.

Ooga Booga, starring Karen Black and Stacy Keach, joins the roster March 12 and follows the murder of an innocent African-American medical student whose soul is transferred into the body of an obscure toy, eventually extracting his revenge by killing racists in the city.

To get GrindhouseFlix for yourself and all pertinent devices, head to its official site,

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See full article at Fangoria »

Full Moon Features launches streaming service, GrindhouseFlix

  • Fangoria
Full Moon Features launches streaming service, GrindhouseFlix
Kicking off with Full Moon’s latest Charles Band-directed dive into bad taste, Ooga Booga, GrindhouseFlix offers fans the chance to “stream rare and bizarre film gems instantly on any device (including iPhone, iPad, Android, tablets, and desktops) with four new films being added to the library each month.” Titles include the aforementioned Booga, as well as obscure favorites such as Tourist Trap, Dreamaniac, Necroplis, White Slave, Riot In A Women’S Prison and more.

Ooga Booga, starring Karen Black and Stacy Keach, joins the roster March 12 and follows the murder of an innocent African-American medical student whose soul is transferred into the body of an obscure toy, eventually extracting his revenge by killing racists in the city.

To get GrindhouseFlix for yourself and all pertinent devices, head to its official site,

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See full article at Fangoria »

Full Moon Features launches streaming service, GrindhouseFlix

  • Fangoria
Full Moon Features launches streaming service, GrindhouseFlix
Kicking off with Full Moon’s latest Charles Band-directed dive into bad taste, Ooga Booga, GrindhouseFlix offers fans the chance to “stream rare and bizarre film gems instantly on any device (including iPhone, iPad, Android, tablets, and desktops) with four new films being added to the library each month.” Titles include the aforementioned Booga, as well as obscure favorites such as Tourist Trap, Dreamaniac, Necroplis, White Slave, Riot In A Women’S Prison and more.

Ooga Booga, starring Karen Black and Stacy Keach, joins the roster March 12 and follows the murder of an innocent African-American medical student whose soul is transferred into the body of an obscure toy, eventually extracting his revenge by killing racists in the city.

To get GrindhouseFlix for yourself and all pertinent devices, head to its official site,

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See full article at Fangoria »

Wizard Video to Sell Original Oversized VHS Horror Boxes

  • DailyDead
Whether you have fond memories of visiting the video stores during the days of VHS or weren’t born yet and are looking for a retro horror collectibles, we think you’ll be interested in the latest announcement from Charles Band. He recently stumbled upon a large batch of original oversized VHS boxes and will be selling them starting this month. Titles include Zombie, Return of the Zombies, Zombie Lake, Space Zombies, The Screaming Dead, and more:

Los Angeles, CA, Feb 7, 2013 – Horror legend and home video pioneer Charles Band had been putting off his warehouse cleaning for years. But during a recent overhaul of his extensive collection of collectibles, he unwittingly resurrected a veritable treasure trove of vintage horror limited-edition VHS boxes coveted by horror fans and serious collectors. Starting February 12, fans will be able to purchase these original boxes with authentically duplicated VHS copies inside – at an incredibly reasonable price.
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Wizard Video returns classic big box VHS tapes to your home!

As a child of the 80′s, the video store was my second home. There were a few shops here in St. Louis that carried some big box titles and among them, I always remembered Wizard Video. One of Wizard Video’s most notorious releases was I Spit on Your Grave. In the past few years, VHS tapes have become a collector’s item of sorts. Some people I know go crazy and try and collect all the VHS tapes they can find. I am a bit more selective with what I pick up (I tend to go for big boxes and releases that have some nostalgia for me). There is no doubt that there is still a market in VHS. Is it the best format to watch a film, no. However, there is a certain allure to watch a film on VHS. It feels more organic and feels dynamic and
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Full Moon Unearths Wizard Video Collection of Rare Oversize VHS Boxes; Available with Authentically Duplicated Films Beginning February 12th

Oh, how fondly we remember those giant VHS boxes horror films came in back in the day. Sure, they were a bitch to fit onto your shelf, but the packaging was so cool.

Horror guru Charles Band and Full Moon Features have discovered Wizard Video's treasure trove of these classic boxes, and you can get yours, with its authentically duplicated film, beginning next week.

The videos become available on February 12th, but you can check out the new Wizard Video website now, and by all means "like" Wizard Video on Facebook.

Take a look below for all the details, including a list of the titles and when they become available. Click the image under the details for a better look at the artwork.

From the Press Release

Horror legend and home video pioneer Charles Band had been putting off his warehouse cleaning for years. But during a recent overhaul of his extensive collection of collectibles,
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Ten 80s Horror Movies About Rock Bands

By Erin Lashley, MoreHorror.com

In the 80s, rock music and horror movies went together like acid washed jeans and feathered hair. The trouble is, even though many horror movies had awesome rock soundtracks, the movies that specifically featured rock musician characters as heroes or villains varied wildly in quality. Although the rock horror movie has mostly gone the way of the 80s, I’m not sure any other type of music will ever have such a successful love affair with horror. I can’t picture people turning up for a movie called Pop Divas of the Apocalypse, or Death by Dubstep, or even Bloody Pit of Techno Bastards. But what do I know? I’m still stuck in the 80s. Here are 10 of the movies that are stuck with me.

Rocktober Blood (1984)

Billy (Tray Loren) is a rock star, and also kind of an a-hole, so nobody is real
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Full Moon’s Grindhouse Collection Now Out: An Overview

Releas Date: Oct 21st, 2011 (DVD).

To kick off a new set of videos from Full Moon Entertainment requires only the legacy Charles Band could exist in. Part of the collection includes some of his earlier work from the 70’s, and all the discothèque styling and funky hairdos of the era hardly trademark the Grindhouse tradition. The variety of sensationalism being offered in the first set of DVDs and how they are packaged are what’s appreciated.

The Best of Sex and Violence, Auditions, and Film Gore, are the most promising. These volumes make for an interesting peek into the work that Charles Band was with or knew of at the time. The first title says it all, and the pornography featured is very tame by today’s standards. Some titles in Film Gore include: “Bury Me An Angel,” “The Devil’s Wedding Night,” “Sleeping Beauty,” and “The Boogeyman.” This collection
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