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Have you seen Full Moon's Ooga Booga yet? If not, you should. Like soon. Maybe even immediately as the little naughty dude is sure to slice his way straight into your hearts. Then if you're really obsessive...
If you head on over to Full Moon Direct, you can order yourself a pretty damned good replica of him!
For the first time only, and limited to 200 pieces each worldwide, Full Moon Playthings proudly presents the 1:1 scale Movie Accurate Replicas. Each puppet is handmade, every stitch of fabric is tailored to a perfectly scaled 1:1 reproduction of the original rod puppet used in the Iconic Film Series Ooga Booga and Doll Graveyard. Each replica is numbered and comes with a hand-signed Certificate of Authenticity. Also included, a handsome display base. Here are the most painstakingly accurate reproductions of the character ever, fully authorized and guaranteed to be the centerpiece of your collection. »
- Uncle Creepy
Charles Band is back in the director’s chair and you’ll be shocked, Shocked, to find out the title character of Ooga Booga is a murderous action figure. But there’s a twist – this killer toy is on a mission of racial vengeance.
Revenge is served on a spear when dirty cops brutally murder Devin, an innocent African-American med student. Devin's soul is magically transferred into the body of an action figure named Ooga Booga. Armed only with his tribal weapon and the help of his old girlfriend, Donna, Ooga Booga takes to the streets and trailer parks to find the men who stole his bright future away from him. The bodies begin to pile up as Ooga Booga slices and dices his way through crooked cops, meth heads and demented city officials in order to clear his name. »
2 items from 2013
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