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Movie Review: Creepozoids

Note to self: CreepOzoids, CreepOzoids, I cannot say how many times I wanted to call this movie CreepAzoids. Your flesh will CRAWL right off your SKIN! Set in a futuristic 1998, six years after an apocalyptic nuclear war, a group of army deserters take refuge from ‘acid rain’ in a seemingly abandoned laboratory complex…a band …

Review: Dollman

This one sold me from the “trailer” on the Full Moon Prime Addon: a scene with Tim Thomerson confronting a floating head. But for a full description: Brick Bardo (Tim Thomerson) is a traveler from outer space who is forced to land on Earth. Though regular-sized on his home planet, he is doll-sized here on …

Review: Shadowzone

Since Puppetmaster was more in the direction of movies I wanted to go, I decided to go further back into the Full Moon archives, which brought me to one of their earliest movies: Shadowzone! A group of NASA researchers are conducting tests in an underground facility in the desert. One subject has died during the …

Movie Review: Seedpeople

This one was an interesting one, for certain definitions of interesting, that suffered mostly from the pacing. Here’s the description: The citizens of Comet Valley are being taken over by seeds from an alien plant that has taken root there. A sheriff investigates the strange goings-on. Sounds rough. Unfortunately, so is this movie. There are …

Movie Review: Puppet Master

Another Full Moon movie that launched a series: Puppet Master. The Andre Toulon and the Puppet Master saga begins…Alex Whittaker and three other gifted psychics are investigating rumors that the secret of life has been discovered by master puppeteer Andre Toulon. But the psychics quickly discover Toulon’s secret of death in the form of five …

Movie Review: Trancers

The third of the Full Moon reviews, the sci-fi time-travel flick titled “Trancers”: Jack Deth is a trooper in Angel City, circa 2247, mopping up the last of the disciples of the evil Whistler. Whistler had been thought to be dead by now, but he’s alive and well: in the year 1985. Oh yeah. Time …

Movie Review: Mandroid

Starting off the Full Moon reviews, this one was appealing because of the description and title: Dr. Zimmer has invented Mandroid, a humanoid robot. When is partner, Drago tries to steal Mandroid, he becomes exposed to the highly toxic Supercon. Drago flees and won’t give up on Mandroid, even though he’s disfigured. That just sounds …