Tag: Full Moon

Skull Heads (2009)


Okay, I’m back, and Full Moon is on my mind. As I continue to pour through their catalog, I finally obtained a movie that almost acted as the resurgence of their modern incarnation. Charles Band made it a mission to start producing upwards of four to five movies a year, just as they did in…

Murdercycle (1999)


In the quest to watch and/or own anything related to Full Moon Productions, I found a 4-pack of DVD’s which had the much needed Killer Eye, two monster movies that could very will be for children, and then this: Murdercycle. Aside from being an awesome name, it seems to fit that 80’s sci-fi/action hybrid perfectly….

Doctor Mordrid (1992)


Doctor Mordrid is further proof that Jeffrey Combs can do no wrong. I dare you to find a movie that he wasn’t good in. You can’t. Sure the movies may not be good, but he throws himself into every character treating them as serious as any A list performance should be. The production of Doctor…

Crash and Burn (1990)


Here we have a pseudo-hold over from Charles Band’s Empire days. While not a real sequel, as Robot Wars fits that a little better as a followup to Robot Jox, it does lift some archival footage in order to achieve the climax of the movie. The movie title is even an homage to Robot Jox…

Meridian (1990)


Slowly we move through the Full Moon offerings. I say slowly since I never update anymore, and we’ll probably reach Evil Bong 3 shortly before my death. Maybe Bride of Head of the Family will even be released by then. Miracles may happen, but somehow I doubt that Jacqueline Lovell will be back. [break] So…

Lurking Fear (1994)


We’ve covered Lovecraftian movies in the past, and they usually run all over the place. Some deal more with intangible entities while others delve into technological aspects of the occult. With Lurking Fear, we have Jeffrey Combs in one of his many roles simply fighting off underground creatures who don’t get much sun. Most of…

Bad Channels (1992)


Here’s another early entry from Full Moon, but they certainly started showing their campy side. Not a way that it became self-parody, but almost in the way most 80’s comedies with the Corey’s were portrayed. I didn’t have much expectations for this movie, and I really hadn’t heard about it as much as many of…

Netherworld (1992)


I have a strong dislike for this movie, and it has nothing to do with the actual plot or really anything else. For some reason I just can’t seem to tie the title with the actual movie. Case in point: I first saw this either on sci-fi or some other cable channel many years ago,…

Shadowzone (1990)


This is one of the earlier Full Moon productions. You can tell they were really trying to be series at this stage, so there isn’t much camp involved. Shadowzone is played as a straight sci-fi movie and in that respect is works. Despite a few odd characters the only silliness comes from seeing the monster…

Seedpeople (1992)


I’m not really a huge fan of body snatcher-esque movies, as they usually tread the same ground from one to the next. This one isn’t too different as people get possessed, others don’t know who’s real or not, and somehow the survivors have to figure out how to end the infestation. While the method of…