• Scooter
    A Real Turtles Fighter
    Comments: 35

    I’m always looking for an old full moon movie I’ve never seen. Damn, this has Dr Jacoby and the ocd vampire from xfiles… Any gem full moon recommendations?

    • Obscurus Lupa
      Obscurus Lupa
      I'm THE BEST!
      Comments: 101

      You can check out some of their Moonbeam, Pulsepounder, or Torchlight features if you’re looking for Full Moon features that aren’t under the main label. They’re just aimed at different demographics (Moonbeam is young kids, Pulsepounders young adults, Torchlight for the softcore porn crowd). I’d check out Magic Island and the Prehysteria series, those are some of the better Moonbeam features. Pulsepounders tend to be on the mediocre side, though I enjoyed Teen Sorcery alright. 

    • NPettinato14
      Old Man
      Comments: 4

      There are a few volumes of Full Moon’s “Best of” available on Amazon (and elsewhere online). Check there. ­čÖé

      I recall a fantastically cheesy movie called ‘Dark Angel: The Ascent’ on HBO when I was a kid. The paper mach├ę devil wings bring me back to middle school, that’s for sure.

  • Steve3
    I'm THE BEST!
    Comments: 104

    You’re a little late Radu, we missed you on those Witchcraft review boobfests. Johnny Mysto’s resemblance to Cynthia Rothrock reminds me of a 1986 movie I only recently heard of: Shanghai Express. It stars Sammo Hung and has dozens of big name stars, including Rothrock and Richard Norton. It sounds like Its a Mad Mad Mad Mad World, but with more punching and kicking. Or don’t watch it, I don’t care.

  • chrisbg99
    A Real Turtles Fighter
    Comments: 21

    So did the smartass fat kid from The Sandlot play any other role outside of smartass fat kid?

  • Sephiroth1204
    Just might make the CUT
    Comments: 50

    I can’t  give credibility to a boy wizard movie that doesn’t feature the line “Your soul…was lost…IN THE RIVER!!”

    More movies need Rowdy Roddy Piper

  • FateUnseen
    Old Man
    Comments: 1

    An astoundingly large number of movies and shows that take place in middle ages Britain and France, including those made by British and French companies, even large name ones, will film in Romania and Hungary.