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Full Moon Classics: Volume One (Arcade / Bad Channels / Netherworld / Seedpeople / Shadowzone) (2007)

Seth Green , Louise Fletcher , Charles Band  |  Unrated |  DVD
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Full Moon Classics: Volume One (Arcade / Bad Channels / Netherworld / Seedpeople / Shadowzone) + Full Moon Classics: Volume Two (Robot Wars / Mandroid / Lurking Fear / Invisible: The Chronicles of Benjamin Knight / Dark Angel: The Ascent) + The Charles Band DVD Collection, Vol. 1 (Meridian / Crash And Burn / Doctor Mordrid / Head Of The Family)
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  • Actors: Seth Green, Louise Fletcher, David Beecroft, James Hong
  • Directors: Charles Band
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Kangaroo Video
  • DVD Release Date: April 10, 2007
  • Run Time: 418 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000NNDCS6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,452 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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This box set includes 5 films. ARCADE: All the kids in town are dying to play the hot new video game ARCADE. Trouble is once you play the game you can kiss reality goodbye. NETHERWORLD: There is a place between Heaven and Hell. After inheriting a sprawling estate in the bayous of Louisiana, Corey Thornton's life is about to change forever. BAD CHANNELS: There's a hip new disc jockey at KDUL, Superstation 66, and he's about to make rock and roll history. SEEDPEOPLE: Evil has sprouted in Comet Valley and it's taken on the form of some bad-tempered creatures. SHADOWZONE: Beyond ALIEN. Beyond THE THING. On the dark side of dreams, a new terror takes shape.

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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
I love Full Moon movies and when I was researching the titles in this collection, Arcade sounded like a fun movie so I decided to buy it based on that. I wasn't disappointed. This collection contains 5 Full Moon movies.

Arcade (1993) starring Megan Ward, Peter Billingsley, Seth Green, and A.J. Langer is worth watching for the actors alone. The movie itself has horrible special effects, that I loved! The acting is good and the story is a lot of fun. Basically, it is about a group of teenagers that start playing a new video game called ARCADE. None of them realize how dangerous the game is until the people who are playing it starts to disappear.

Bad Channels (1992) starring Paul Hipp, Martha Quinn, and Charlie Spradling, ended up being one of my favorite movies from the collection. I saw the trailer and thought the movie was going to be horrible, I was wrong. The acting is good and so are the special effects and creatures. The movie is about a disc jockey who after a six month suspension returns. That night his radio station is taken over by a space alien that transports and shrinks women. I found it really amusing.

Netherworld (1992): A young man inherits his late father's estate and is shocked to discover that his father wants to be resurrected. He meets a woman who seduces him and introduces him to black magic. I didn't love this movie. The problem with it is that it just doesn't flow well.

Seedpeople (1992): Starring Sam Hennings and Andrea Roth. A man returns to his home town to research a meteorite that landed there. He soon discovers that the town people are acting strangely and realizes he and everyone else is in a lot of trouble. This movie is an average sci-fi movie.
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4.0 out of 5 stars What's in the box ... November 22, 2007

A must add for low budget Bad movie fans ...

Per IMDB info ...

ARCADE - 3.9/10
A virtual reality game begins taking over the minds of teenagers.

An alien lands in a small town and promptly takes over the local radio station. The disk jockey, Dan O' Dare, well known for his publicity stunts, becomes a hostage. The alien uses the radio station and Dan's amused audience to target and subsequently shrink women for his collection.

After someone is killed in the subterranean project called "Shadowzone," a NASA captain is called in to investigate. In the project, sleeping subjects are induced into a deep EDS state whereby they become portals to a parallel universe. Unfortunately this causes adverse reactions in the subject, and something gets through the portal, the consequence of which is an attrition problem.

A young man arrives at his father's mansion in Louisiana to discover that a secretive cult is using winged creatures to raise the dead to do their bidding.

The sleepy little town of Comet Valley has been invaded by plants from outer space. Intent on taking over the Earth, the space plants have found a way to pollinate humans, thus turning them into walking seed carriers. Can the resourceful residents fight off the alien invaders, or is the planet doomed to become an alien garden?
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5.0 out of 5 stars Full Moon... The Best! March 29, 2014
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More Full Moon movies...Charles Band is a master at B horror flicks. Like I have said before Charles Band hes the man!!!
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He's the man of Horror that brought you the cult movie Puppet Master, a thrilling outré world of suspenseful films filled with horror and fantasy. Now he brings you five Full Moon Classics in a box set as Vol. 1.

"I remember when I first had seen his film Puppet Master, I loved it from the start!"

From the acclaimed "should be awarded more" winning Filmmaker, Charles Robert Band, owner of Full Moon Films and Charles Band Productions as well as his Brother pumped out hundreds such greats as Mansion of the Doomed, Laserblast, The Day Time Ended (which happens to be one of my favorites), Blood Dolls, Re-Animator, Parasite, Metalstorm: The Destruction of Jared-Syn, Trancers, Subspecies, Shrieker, and alas, the famous Puppet Master and many many more, they were all picked from the top of my head and it helps to lean over and see them on my movie cabinet .

He won a George Pal Memorial Award in 86 and was nominated for International best film in 91. Of course that means he is awesome at Filmmaking and another reason why you should scour the cyber shelves for his films before I get to them. Oh yeah I know his films well let's just say I'm a fan. I also love the puppet animatronics and stop motion animation he employs in his films, another reason why I enjoy watching his works. Brings me back to the days of watching Willis O'Brien and Ray Harryhausen films. Ah... the good ol'days.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Full Moon Classics, Vol. 1 July 28, 2010
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Excellent selection of films, picture on all very qualitative. There are also additional materials, but it is a pity that absolutely have deprived of it film Shadowzone. I am happy with this edition.
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