On the road again


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Those living outside the black, gargoyle-topped gates of serious horror-movie cult fandom probably aren't familiar with Charles Band. Those on the inside, however, know him as the man behind Ghoulies, Crawlspace, the Clive Barker-vehicle Rawhead Rex, and perhaps most notably, the Puppet Master series, among at least a hundred other gory, low-budget treasures. His company, Full Moon Pictures, is taking its act on the road for the second year in a row, and promises an insanely fun — and probably just insane — interactive experience, including previously unseen footage, audience participation games, "half-naked chicks," giveaway copies of the new Tommy Chong gem, Evil Bong, and the kinds of "celebrity guests" you'd only recognize if you've spent at least half your life combing through Fangoria. Full Moon Horror Road Show II, Fri., Sept. 29, 7:30 p.m., The Majestic, 22 N. Ft. Harrison Ave., Clearwater, $12, fullmoondirect.com; earlier that same day, Band appears for a 2 p.m. in-store at Tampa's Silver Dragons Games and Comics, 7902 Waters Ave., Suite E, Tampa.

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