Full Moon Features

Comic-Con 2013

San Diego Comic-Con is many things, one might say, if many actually meant the collision of two worlds; the small, intimate world of comic related art and those who relish in it and the massive commercial machine spearheaded by Hollywood and the major toy companies. You’ve probably heard it all before from people like me, or other journalists, who have ventured to San Diego on more than a few occasions – Comic-Con has changed, we say. It used to be better. Maybe so, but the beast that is Comic-Con shows little sign of slowing down, much less shrinking in size. Yet, if you long for the not quite lost days of the intimate experience, they’re there for you to search out. Sure, it might not be front and center on the Con floor. No, that is reserved for Hasbro and the untold legions swarming to grab and re-sell My Little Pony limited edition memorabilia. But the intimate experience is still there, if you know which corners to look in. I arrived in San Diego pretty late in comparison to other years. I didn’t get my badge until about 1:30 or 2:00 pm on Thursday, while many of my colleagues had been here nearly a full day ahead of me. Yet in just a few hours, I managed to experience both faces of the Comic-Con beast.

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trailer ooga booga

This has been a pretty big week for trailers, but while everyone is hootin’ and hollerin’ over Tony Stark’s latest adventure or Greta Gerwig’s dance moves another far greater and somewhat darker trailer has slipped by unnoticed. And that just won’t stand. Full Moon Features, the folks behind such classic film series as Puppetmaster, Subspecies and Trancers, have started a new video streaming service focused on their particular brand of horror, laughs and exploitation. GrindhouseFlix offers fans a ridiculously fun selection of movies for $4.99 per month, and while there are only 29 films currently available they’re adding four more per month. Currently available titles include memorable blasts from the past like Dreamaniac, Laserblast, Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death and more. Check out the trailer below for a glimpse of a brand new title hitting the service this month…

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