01/09/2005. Contributed by Jessica Martin
Cult horror film director Charles Band is set to take his macabre mix of creatures, puppets, dolls and bizarre movie magic on the road this October 2005 with Charles Band's Full Moon Horror Road Show.
This is a US tour giving fans the opportunity to meet the gruesome guru in-person.
Each evening will feature Charles Band and a surprise celebrity guest from past films, rare clips and behind the scene moments, contests, bizarre audience participation, Q&A and signing session, an original puppet and doll auction in every city and a chance to win a part and be killed in an upcoming Full Moon feature.
The chap behind such movies as Puppetmaster, Trancers, Blood Dolls, Decadent Evil, and the Subspecies vampire series, Band helped launch the careers of many of Hollywood's A-list including Demi Moore, Viggo Mortenson, Helen Hunt, and Kelly Preston among others.
Charles Band began making films in 1975 at the tender age of 21. A pioneer in the entertainment industry, in 1978 he had the foresight to see the potential of the home video market as founder of Media Home Entertainment, an independent video distribution company in North America. In 1990 he founded his own production studio, Full Moon Features - a final resting place for his twisted imagination. He now has a catalog that boasts almost 250 titles.
This traveling horror fest culminates in Philadelphia on Halloween where fans are required to come in costume to help celebrate the nation's most frightful night!
For more details, check out www. fullmoonfeatures.com
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