TRICK OR TREAT HORROR FANS……..
FULL MOON FEATURES PRESENTS CHARLES BAND’S FULL MOON HALLOWEEN
HORROR ROAD SHOW ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2008
What better way to spend the night before Halloween than with one of Hollywood’s most successful and prolific cult movie impresarios, Charles Band, founder of sci fi/horror movie studio Full Moon Features. Band will stage the Halloween incarnation of his Full Moon Horror Road Show the night before Halloween with ticket proceeds to benefit the Special Olympics.
Charles Band’s one night only variety show is a horror and Halloween-palooza! Band’s show includes puppets, creatures and rare film clips. For horror movie fans and fans of the Puppet Master film series, this event will feature unique interactive audience participation on stage, puppet and doll displays, upcoming new release film trailers by Full Moon Features and live special effect demonstrations! Plus, as a Halloween treat sci fi/horror movie talent and surprise celebrity guests will make a special appearance!!
For ticket information and to view clips from last year’s spooky Full Moon Horror Road Show, please visit www.fullmoondirect.com.
Thursday, October 30, 2008
8pm – Show Begins
11345 Ventura Blvd.
Studio City, CA 91604
About Full Moon Features
Since its inception in 1989, Full Moon Features and its founder Charles Band have been industry leaders in independent, entertaining low-budget genre films. Over 270 features have been produced with multi-platform franchises launched, including Puppet Master, Subspecies, Trancers, Killjoy, Gingerdead Man, and Evil Bong. With 8 Puppet Master features released to date, “The Puppetmaster Series” is Full Moon’s most celebrated and popular franchise and known as the most successful independent direct to video horror film series of all time.
About Special Olympics
In 1963, Eunice Kennedy Shriver started a summer day camp for children and adults with intellectual disabilities at her home in Maryland. From that camp came the concept of Special Olympics, a movement dedicated to empowering people with intellectual disabilities to realize their full potential and to develop their skills through year-round sports training and competition. Special Olympics was officially founded in 1968 when Shriver organized the first International Special Olympics Games, involving more than 1,000 athletes from the U.S., Canada and France. Today, Special Olympics programs serve more than 2.25 million athletes in more than 160 countries.
Official Website: http://www.fullmoondirect.com
Added by lisabustamante on October 23, 2008