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Legendary horror and dark fantasy film studio Full Moon Features (founded by producer/director Charles Band in 1989) is world-renowned for wild films like Puppet Master, Castle Freak, Subspecies, Evil Bong, and many, many more. But nestled among Full Moon’s vast entertainment universe sits Moonbeam Entertainment, the beloved ’90s imprint that housed Band’s series of imaginative (and successful) fantasy films.
Beginning in 1993 and continuing well into the late ’90s, Moonbeam Entertainment released dozens of remarkable (and hugely popular) horror, sci-fi, and fantasy movies made for children and families. Now, Full Moon is thrilled to be bringing back many of those marvelous pictures from the Moonbeam library, starting with the film that started it all: Prehysteria!
This wild and hilarious comedy/fantasy classic features top-notch stop-motion special effects by the great David Allen (Puppet Master/Laserblast) and is ready to be embraced by a new generation of children and kids of all ages looking for charming, eccentric retro-genre entertainment. Full Moon is pleased to present Prehysteria in a remastered, high-definition transfer taken from the original 35mm camera negative. Pre-order the Prehysteria Special Edition Blu-ray + DVD HERE.
Anticipating the success of Jurassic Park, this 1993 VHS-era favorite follows the misadventures of Jerry Taylor (Austin O’Brien, Last Action Hero), a 12-year-old Elvis-loving kid, and his sister, Monica (Samantha Mills), whose raisin farmer dad Frank (Brett Cullen, Ghost Rider) accidentally brings home a bundle of rare eggs unearthed in the rainforest by Rico Sarno (Stephen Lee, Dolls), a sinister museum curator. Suddenly the eggs hatch, unleashing a pack of diminutive dinosaurs that the kids name after their favorite rock and pop music stars – Elvis, Jagger, Madonna, Paula, and Hammer.
But when Sarno finds out about the dinos, he’ll stop at nothing to get his hands on them; and it’s up to Jerry and Monica to protect their new “family.”