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Full Moon Features Joins DarkMatter TV

Full Moon Features Joins DarkMatter TV

The more, the scarier.

Full Moon Features has joined the dark side with DarkMatter TV.

As the newest destination for genre fans, DarkMatter TV’s library featuring the finest in sci-fi, horror, action and true crime entertainment is about to get creepier. Today the ad-supported video service has partnered with the legendary genre film studio Full Moon Pictures – headed by the iconic Charles Band – to bring some of their best-known classics like David DeCoteau’s Puppet Master III (1991), Trancers (1984) and Stuart Gordon’s award winner, Castle Freak (1995) to our ever-expanding roster.

Featuring over 400 classic and recent hits, DarkMatter TV has a corner for horror cult films, including Amy Holden Jones’ slasher The Slumber Party Massacre (1982), Anna Biller’s The Love Witch (2016) and David Cronenberg’s Rabid (1977). Full Moon Features will be curating their own category of top titles within the DarkMatter TV app, including cult franchise favorites like comedy-horror Evil Bong 777 (2018), Gingerdead Man 2: Passion of the Crust (2008) and clown-horror Killjoy 3 (2010).

“Full Moon Features is excited to be joining forces with DarkMatter TV,” said Band. “I feel the sorts of films Full Moon has long been famous for will be an ideal addition to their already great library and we can’t wait for an entirely new fan base to discover these classics.”

With Full Moon Features’ legendary cult films coming soon to DarkMatter TV, things are about to get a little unsettling, obscure and outrageous. Make sure to tell your friends to download the DarkMatter TV app today on an iPhone, iPad, Apple TV or Android devices for FREE here or on Google Play, so they don’t miss out.

From monsters, ghosts demons and the supernatural to terrifying cult and religious ceremonies, DarkMatter TV is the go-to app to stream the best horror, sci-fi, action and true crime entertainment for free all in one place.

Follow DarkMatter TV on Twitter @TVDarkMatter (twitter.com/TvDarkmatter), Facebook (www.facebook.com/DarkMatterTV/) and Instagram (@DarkMatterFreeTVapp). Please contact DarkMatter TV at info@tricoasttv.com for more information.

As a free streaming service available across all various devices, DarkMatter TV is available on mobiles and tablets (Google Play, Android, Apple iOS), OTT devices (Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Firestick, Chromecast), Smart TVs (Samsung, Vizio, TCL, Hisense, Phillips, LG), gaming consoles (PlayStation, Xbox) and more. Viewers may also subscribe commercial-free for $4.99 per month. DarkMatter TV has also partnered with major worldwide mobile device companies to expand the App and Linear channel to the international market in Q2 2020.

About Full Moon Pictures: An American motion picture production and distribution company headed by B-movie veteran Charles Band. It is known for the direct-to-video series Puppet Master, Trancers, and Subspecies, as well as the film Castle Freak. Visit: www.fullmoonfeatures.com/.

About DarkMatter TV: DarkMatter TV is an A-VOD app and Linear TV channel was launched in the U.S October 31st 2019, and available in Africa, and South East Asia Q2 2020. Founded in 2019 by TriCoast TV, DarkMatter TV features science fiction, horror, and action themed content that is expertly curated by our staff TV, film directors and festival Programmers. DarkMatter TV’s operations are based at TriCoast Studios in Culver City, CA, United States. Official app page: apps.apple.com/us/app/id1474261935.

About TriCoast TV: TriCoast TV is a premium provider of Genre content for fans worldwide. The company is also located at the TriCoast Studio facility in Culver City, Los Angeles. Founded by: Marcy Levitas Hamilton, Strathford Hamilton and Daisy Hamilton. The curation and acquisition team is headed by Daisy Hamilton. For more information, please visit: www.tricoastworldwide.com.

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