“D-Day Of The B-movies” Party July 19!


“Trancers” Stars Tim Thomerson & Megan Ward To Appear At

Delirium’s “D-Day Of The B-movies” Release Party July 19!



DELIRIUM, Full Moon’s alternative horror, exploitation, fantasy and cult film magazine has just wrapped its third, lurid and lovely, full color issue and we’re excited to share its bloody, beautiful and badass wonders with our fans! On the cover, you’ll find a vibrant reproduction of rare box art from WIZARD’s long-lost THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE Atari video game and we’re using that incredible painting as the hook to high-five the legacy of the film itself. THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE celebrates its 40th anniversary this year and we have an exclusive interview with the man who made it, the master of the macabre Tobe Hooper. Hooper sits down to discuss the genesis of the movie and what it means to not just the horror genre, but cinema culture full stop. From there, we blast off into the entire, serpentine tale of the rise and hard fall of WIZARD Games, charting the creation of both the CHAINSAW and HALLOWEEN titles that retailers were too terrified to stock. You need to read this!

Elsewhere in this bold periodical’s pages you’ll get in-depth interviews with director Dave Parker (THE DEAD HATE THE LIVING), OOGA BOOGA writer Kent Roudebush, Italian horror legend Geretta Geretta (RATS, DEMONS), artist Ryan Brookhart and believe it or not, the first installment in our ongoing, exclusive column “William Shatner’s Full Moon Fright Nights“, in which Captain Kirk himself interviews some of pop culture’s most celebrated icons.

DELIRIUM #3 is a limited edition, glossy, magazine printed on thick, beautiful paper and is available for purchase NOW. Six-issue annual subscriptions to this incredible tome are also available as are back issues of our critic and fan approved issue #1 and #2.

If print media aint your thing, don’t fret! We have more great news!

Full Moon is THRILLED to announce that you can now get your DELIRIUM fix digitally!

DELIRIUM is now part of iVerse Media’s popular “ComicsPlus” universe, a vast galaxy featuring the best new comics, graphic novels and horror movie magazines available for digital platforms including iPhone and iPad at a great price. Download the ComicsPlus App for your iPhone, iPad or Android now or get it on your PC by clicking HERE.

Finally, to celebrate all this deliriously great news, we’re throwing another one of our incredible “D-DAY OF THE B-MOVIES” release parties at Burbank-based creepy culture shop, Dark Delicacies! For this round of D-DAY, we’ve got a very special guest making an appearance in actor Tim Thomerson, star of such Empire and Full Moon classics as the TRANCERS series, DOLLMAN and ZONE TROOPERS. Plus co-star Megan Ward, who was also in Crash and Burn and other great films. Tim and Megan will be signing copies of the mag and meeting fans as well as premiering Full Moon’s glorious new high-def Blu-ray release, copies of which will be on sale at the event.

Joining Tim and Megan and Full Moon/DELIRIUM team will be stampede of stars including TROPHY HEADS stars Amy Paffrath and Jessica Morris, Full Moon legend Robin Sydney (GINGERDEAD MAN), director Ted Nicolaou (whose classic film TERRORVISION is featured heavily in DELIRIUM #3), director David DeCoteau (PUPPET MASTER 3 and 9) artist Ryan Brookhart, composer Richard Band, director Dave Parker (THE DEAD HATE THE LIVING), filmmaker Daniel Griffith, writer Shane Bitterling (PUPPET MASTER X), writer/actor Maddox (OOGA BOOGA, TheBestPageInTheUniverse.com), director C. Courtney Joyner (LURKING FEAR) and of course Charles Band himself!


Delirium Magazine Issue #2 on sale now…


Delirium Magazine Issue #2 on sale now
Ships in late April, plus launch party details below


  • Tombs of the Blind Dead, original rarely seen art on the cover and in depth story inside as Lone Fleming tangles with the Templars in this EuroHorror classic.
  • Retro Puppet Master
  • Lurking Fear
  • Full Moon’s latest episodic film Trophy Heads
  • EroticMovieHouse
  • Interviews with Kenneth J. Hall and Masuimi Max!


Rediscover the films that freaked you out!



Gross Movie Reviews loves the new “Delirium” magazine!


Gross Movie Reviews loves the new “Delirium” magazine!


By Tim Gross


For years I have collected horror magazines: Fangoria, Gorezone, Slaughter House, Toxic Horror, Fango’s poster mags, Horrorhound, Ultra Violent, Rue Morgue… They were all good in their own way but at all times I always felt something was missing and me being me it was Full Moon! Yeah I have shouted from the heavens for years Full Moon and Charles Band never got much respect in the horror magazine world. Call me crazy but it was one of the many reasons I stop buying magazines a couple years ago. Every once in a while there would be a blurb two sentences long about Band’s latest flick and that was it. But didn’t “Batman Returns” and even Gene Simmons grace the covers of Fangoria. Really, but that is for another article and another time of ranting.

Then a couple months ago I heard rumbles that Full Moon was going to be in the business of not only doing their own streaming channel but a full color magazine? At first, I thought this had to be another of Charles Band’s crazy ideas that may never see the light of day as the man seems to have more projects going all at once than most studios attempt in a full year. But after the streaming site went up and I heard Full Moon fans actually giggle in delight I knew I had to take this seriously. But what also got my attention was Chris Alexander was going to have a big hand in bringing the Full Moon magazine to life. Mr. Alexander deserves credit for bringing back Fangoria from the dimension of “No one gives a fuck about that magazine any longer”. So I knew when this magazine was released I was in for a treat and a treat it is Full Moon fans. Imagine the original black and white Full Moon newsletter, the great Videozone after all the great Full Moon films, and Charles Band’s great You Tube updates all smashed into a beautiful creation called, “Delirium!”

Delirium is a magazine fully dedicated to everything Full Moon and to top it off for its first issue they go get Stuart Gordon for an interview and talk everything “Re-Animator” which makes my Full Moon heart just melt. The first bi-monthly issue not only covers Stuart Gordon, but Barbara Crampton, music of Richard Band, 88 Films, Tourist Trap ( a Chuck Connors classic), The new Wizard Studios, and lets you in on Blue Underground has just hooked up with Charles Band and company. What makes this magazine special is it makes me think Charles Band read my mind but in all honestly just shows Full Moon is back and seems to be traveling the path of being as popular as they were in the 90s if not bigger… with much more to come! So be sure you do yourself a favor and get a subscription to my new favorite magazine NOW!!! The Puppet Master fan in you commands you to do so or face the fury of Blade, Jester, Pinhead, and Leech woman.