Full Moon has been synonymous with horror since the 1980’s, when Charles Band began making his incredibly unique and fun horror films. Puppet Master, Evil Bong, Re-Animator, Dungeon Master, all these films are staples in the lives of millions of horror fans. Today marks the re-launch of Full Moon’s new streaming service, finally giving us a chance to binge watch all of Band’s films.
While Full Moon has a huge list of titles to choose from, they will not be the only films on the streaming service. The service will be packed with rare Eurohorror, giallo, cult, fantasy and exploitation films. You will be able to stream films from international cult film label Blue Underground, celebrated grindhouse staple Something Weird Video, filmmaker Joe Dante’s (Gremlins) ongoing series Trailers from Hell as well as Band’s own various imprints, like the iconic Wizard Video,Full Moon’s Grindhouse, family-friendly Moonbeam Entertainment, and erotic fantasy label Surrender Cinema. There will also be plenty of shorts and features from up and coming independent artists, as well as exclusive content like behind-the-scenes videos, exclusive featurettes, and more!
With the launch of the new streaming service happening today, Full Moon is offering some incentives so awesome they can be contained. Everybody who signs up for the new streaming service now will not only receive a $50 gift certificate, but they can pick out up to 6 DVD or Blu-Ray’s from the entire Full Moon collection. Given that the streaming service costs $65 (US) for the whole year, it’s almost free. Add in the free DVD’s and you walk away with a profit.
The Full Moon streaming service is available now on Roku with single month, three month, six month, and full year subscriptions. The annual subscription is the only one that comes with the gift certificate and free movies. Full Moon is still working on new films, with new Puppet Master and Evil Bong films in the works, the list of streamable movies will only get bigger.