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  • Actors: Robin Sydney, Samantha Light, Steve Kramer, Rane Jameson, Kim Argetsinger
  • Directors: Charles Band
  • Writers: August White
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Full Moon Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 27, 2009
  • Run Time: 80 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 1.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002L5GQ64
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #167,080 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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For generations, the strange, inbred Arkoff family has lived in their creepy Italian castle undisturbed by the outside world. Until one night when their sanctuary is invaded by a trio of treacherous art thieves and the Arkoffs must fight for their lives, aided only by the ancient protectors of the castleâ¦the deadly SKULL HEADS!

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Bad acting and bad effects.
Mike
When I was reading that this movie is made by the same people who made the Puppetmaster series, I thought this may be a cool little movie to check out.
Micheal Hunt
After dinner, Naomi shows the crew around the castle.
C. Dennis Moore

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By Ralph H. on May 21, 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
An interesting story with great possibilities, a great old castle, decent acting, all the ingredients for an old fashioned horror flick. Sadly, the "Skull Heads" themselves were pathetic, and the story finished more with a whimper than a shock. Overall 3 stars at best.
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By C. Dennis Moore on November 30, 2013
Format: DVD
Eighteen year old Naomi Arkoff just wants to be like other teenagers. She wants to see the world, go to college, talk on a cell phone and listen to music on an iPod. But her father has made his feelings about things like cell phones and iPods very clear. When he catches her with a cell phone, it’s down to the dungeon where he puts her on the rack. Next time, he warns her, her punishment won’t be so light.

And as for college, her mother tells her, there’s nothing out there in the world worth seeing. If Naomi wants an education, her family will hire tutors.

Then one day a movie crew comes knocking on the door. They’re scouting locations for the director’s first feature and think the Italian castle where the Arkoffs live would be perfect. No can do, Mr. Arkoff says, we don’t want outsiders here. But Naomi goes upstairs to ask her bedridden grandfather to at least think about letting the crew film there; she thinks the director, Jenson, is really nice.

The three-person crew, Jenson, producer Kimi, and Italian producer LJ come for dinner where Mrs. Arkoff tells them the legend of the Skull Heads, guardians of the castle born from magic, with the power to either take life or bring the dead back to life. After dinner, Naomi shows the crew around the castle.

Little does she know, they’re not making a movie, they’re casing the joint with the intention of coming back tomorrow after the Arkoffs have gone to bed. Maybe they should have paid more attention to the legend of the castle’s protectors.

SKULL HEADS is another in a long line of Charles Band’s Full Moon Features that has a decent premise--this one’s even got an adequate set-up--but then falls completely apart in the home stretch. Maybe it’s me.
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By Carl Manes on February 1, 2013
Format: DVD
The Arkoffs aren't very fond of visitors, and when their teenage daughter allows a trio of thieves posing as movie executives into their beautiful Italian villa, she'll understand why! The thieves get more than they bargained for when the home's protective spirits, known as the Skull Heads, are unleashed upon them! While the plot may sound familiar to the PUPPET MASTER and DEMONIC TOYS fans, the production quality behind Charles Band's recent SKULL HEADS takes a leap forward thanks to the medieval European vibe that is created by the Roman villa. The superior sets call back to the Full Moon greats like CASTLE FREAK and SUBSPECIES. Robin Sydney delivers one of her best performances to date, and comes off with an innocent charm that passes her off perfectly as the teenage Naomi. Steve Kramer and Samantha Light also make for an entertaining pair as the elder Arkoffs, with the classic kind of quirky character humor that was found in HIDEOUS! or HEAD OF THE FAMILY. Really, the titular creatures have a minimal impact on the plot, but the combination of puppetry and computerization that brings them to life works well on screen. Although it has been generally overlooked, SKULL HEADS is a worthy addition to Charles Band's signature line of tiny terrors.

-Carl Manes
I Like Horror Movies
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By Mike on December 30, 2012
Format: DVD
Another crap pointless movie by charled band. Bad acting and bad effects. It should of been called something else cuz u hardly even see the dumb skull heads. And of course it takes place in bands castle(his actual home!) U would think since half gis movies take olace in his OWN HOUSR thaf the budget eould be bigger. But nooooo. Pure crap. Robin sydney sux again.
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