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Trophy Heads Review

Trophy Heads

Lately with all of the video stores dying out, streaming your favorite films has become increasingly popular. With this becoming the preferred method for most casual movie watchers, some of the streaming services have taken note and produced shows that are exclusive to their product. Netflix has From Dusk Till Dawn, Hemlock Grove, and House of Cards to name a few. Well, Full Moon Streaming is no different. Trophy Heads is a weekly show that can only be seen if you are subscribed. This series is a fantastic little gem that surely will get a DVD/Blu-ray release, once the series has had its run, but for now the only way to see it is on FMS.

Adam Noble Roberts plays Max, an obsessed fan of horror films, well… scream queens mostly. The only problem is, like him, they are getting older and Max feels like the world is forgetting who they are and how wonderful they were. With his mother’s help, he sets out to track down, kidnap, and immortalize all of his favorite scream queens… with formaldehyde! Thus far in the series, we have seen Michelle Bauer, Darcy DeMoss, Denice Duff, Jacqueline Lovell, Linnea Quigley, and Brinke Stevens!

Just like most of the Full Moon catalog, you can’t go into this not expecting some tongue-in-cheek humor, nudity, and gore. Well, you get what you pay for and this show is top-notch cheese, in the best way possible. If you’re a fan of any of the scream queens, you can’t help but smile as they play themselves, but never with a sense of entitlement or ego.

Trophy Heads is just good old fashion fun. Once again, Charles Band is the man in the driver’s seat and it feels like he knows all too well what his fans expect, what they want, and what they are willing to tolerate. Snatch up a subscription to Full Moon Streaming and tell ’em Rottin’ Roger DeMarco from Repulsive Reviews sent ‘cha!

I personally give this series 3.5 bowling pins out of 5.

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