The clip-trip carnage continues in VAMPIRE SLAUGHTER: EATEN ALIVE, the FOURTH entry in FULL MOON'S BUNKER OF BLOOD; featuring some of Full Moon's bloodiest moments from their most fearsome ... See full summary »
A dynamic hip-hop group think they've finally gotten their big break but what they don't realize is that Dr. Bones, notorious record producer has a diabolical plot to dominate the world ... See full summary »
Sarah Scott Davis
Production of the film actually dates back to 1994 when Full Moon CEO Charles Band announced it during the videozone for Puppet Master 5. It remains unknown how much was changed from the original script. More than likely it would have been written by Dave Parker and Jay Woelfel. See more »
This project was in development years back. I remember reading about the storyline and it was much different then the movie you see today. I know that Full Moon had some problems with Paramount Pictures about it, so the idea has been in Charlie's desk for a long time. I'm happy to see that it turned out well. I think Ted Nicolaou did a Marcellus job on it, mind you - he is an absolute directing genius. This Movie became Alchemy Entertainment's first film. later on Producer Mel Johnson Jr. changed the company name to Big City Pictures, because they had an idea about making a record company with a similar name. The soundtrack to Ragdoll is out there on CD. This is the only Movie Alchemy made under that label and by far the best one Mr. Mel Johnson Jr. Produced. also look for him in Full Moon's Hideous, he is very entertaining in that one. So grab those Popcorn's and Injoy!
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