This July, Full Moon Features is back with three clas­sic, must-see titles!

On July 11, join the Sorority Babes In The Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama and hear from the Kings Of Cult, Roger Corman and Charles Band! Then, on July 25, Full Moon will drop Hollywood Horror House, one of a 20 part series com­ing to!

What’s more, Full Moon is offer­ing a tru­ly unique gift to all fans of the gen­re! Those who pur­chase any title from will get Kings of Cult 100% free!


KingsCult-posKings of Cult presents a unique, inti­mate dis­cus­sion with vet­er­an gen­re film­mak­ers Roger Corman and Charles Band as they take you through their long and sto­ried careers work­ing on such films as Eat My Dust, Puppetmaster, Sharktopus, Re-Animator, and many more. This tru­ly unique look at exploita­tion cin­e­ma from the per­spec­tive two of its top con­trib­u­tors is a must-see for any­one look­ing to go a lit­tle deep­er into the movies they love.
Monsters, Maidens and Mad Puppets. Roger Corman, the King of cult cin­e­ma. Charlie Band, the Prince of the B-movie.

Two mav­er­icks of inde­pen­dent gen­re film-mak­ing sit down for an inti­mate dis­cus­sion about their amaz­ing and diverse bod­ies of work, their fans, the hun­dreds of leg­endary per­form­ers and artists whose tal­ents they’ve nur­tured and the future of the indus­try they’ve both ded­i­cat­ed their lives to. From SHARKTOPUS, to PUPPETMASTER, to RE-ANIMATOR to DEATH RACE 2000 to GINGERDEAD MAN to HOUSE OF USHER and beyond; this is the ulti­mate mas­ter-class in mak­ing strange cin­e­ma that mat­ters! Starring Roger Corman & Charles Band…of course!


SorBabes-bluLinnea Quigley, Andras Jones, Robin Rochelle, Hal Havins and Brinke Stevens star in the much antic­i­pat­ed Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama, out on Blu-Ray July 11. Restored from the orig­i­nal 35mm cam­era neg­a­tive and with some exclu­sive extra fea­tures, includ­ing the old­est Behind-The-Scenes fea­ture Full Moon has ever pre­sent­ed, Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama is so fun­ny it just might kill you!

In a bowl­ing alley from hell…there’s only one way to score!

There are no fresh­men in the col­lege of love, and they’re about to grad­u­ate to mad­cap may­hem when a soror­i­ty prank goes crazy. Out to steal a tro­phy from a local bowl­ing alley, the kids acci­den­tal­ly unleash the imp — a sadis­tic lit­tle spir­it with a dia­bol­i­cal sense of humor. He cre­ates demons and loves sexy wom­en. He’s the orig­i­nal par­ty ani­mal, invit­ing you to come along and die laugh­ing — just like every­body else.

The Sorority Babes won’t live through ini­ti­a­tion, but don’t blame that cute lit­tle killer. He’s evil by nature and fun­ny as hell. And even if you can take a joke, it kills you.

To wrap up this huge mon­th, Full Moon will release Hollywood Horror House, one of a 20 part series com­ing to with an amaz­ing intro by film his­to­ri­an David DelValle!


HollyHH-dvdBy 1970, the once gold­en age of Hollywood glam­our and star­dom was a trag­ic last hur­rah rep­re­sent­ed by the decayed and dete­ri­o­rat­ed Hollywood Sign. In HOLLYWOOD HORROR HOUSE, we’ll go below the sign, to a decay­ing hill­top man­sion of a once great star, played by a once great star, Miriam Hopkins. The fabled Ms. Hopkins, toast of the town back in the thir­ties iwth box office hits like Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde and Becky Sharpe, was an A-list actress and Oscar nom­i­nee.

Another Oscar win­ner (Best Supporting Actress 1936) Gale Sondergaard plays Miss Hopkins’ loy­al friend and house­keep­er, who tries to save her friend from the hand­some stranger, played by son of act­ing leg­end John Garfield. He may be the cul­prit lit­ter­ing the land around the Hollywood sign with hacked up body parts.

This hell­ish time cap­sule show­cas­ing late 60s/early 70s Hollywood, remains an ear­ly exam­ple of the slash­er films which would fol­low in just a few years. See Miriam Hopkins trapped in a mad­house of hacked up blood-splat­tered bod­ies, tripped out drug sequences, mur­der by elec­tric knives and a Hollywood Christmas Parade with a drunk out of con­trol movie star as its Grand Marshall.

HOLLYWOOD HORROR HOUSE is the last death rat­tle of the Horror Hag craze that began with Better Davis feed­ing dead rats to Joan Crawford in Whatever Happened To Baby Jane. Just as Bette sang “I’ve writ­ten a let­ter to dad­dy’ in that film, lis­ten to Miriam sing the hell out of “Taking a chance on love.”

Witness that dement­ed slice of cin­e­ma best described as a motel six ver­sion of PSYCHO…you have been warned!

Here’s a deliri­ous­ly enter­tain­ing mix­ture of SUNSET BOULEVARD and Herschell Gordon Lewis Movies, not to be missed.” — The Bloody Pit of Horror