Full Moon founder Charles Band announced that the Demonic Toys franchise will continue with the solo toy spin-off Demonic Toys: Jack Attack
Yesterday, we shared the news that Full Moon’s Puppet Master franchise will continue with another solo puppet entry (like 2020’s Blade: The Iron Cross and last year’s Puppet Master: Doktor Death), Puppet Master: Furnace Leech Woman. And that’s not the only Full Moon franchise that’s about to get a new sequel. The Demonic Toys series is also continuing with movies that focus on just one of the evil toys at a time, and after making Baby Oopsie, Baby Oopsie 2: Murder Dolls, and Baby Oopsie 3: Burn Baby Burn, writer/director William Butler is now diving into a different Demonic Toys spin-off: Demonic Toys: Jack Attack.
In the latest episode of his Full Moon Universe YouTube show, Full Moon founder Charles Band said that Demonic Toys: Jack Attack will be filming in Cleveland, Ohio, and production is set to begin in just two weeks. Plot details are being kept under wraps, but Band shared that “It’s gonna be another Billy Butler mad movie, sparing no expense with death and weirdness and teeth and biting.” Full Moon will also begin selling a Jack Attack replica toy sometime within the next few months.
Jack Attack is a jack-in-the-box toy that has a scary clown face and nasty teeth, and is able to reach out of its box with its long, snake-like body. This evil character previously appeared in Demonic Toys, Dollman vs. Demonic Toys, Puppet Master vs. Demonic Toys, and Demonic Toys 2: Personal Demons (which was also written and directed by Butler). It also had a cameo in Evil Bong.
Band didn’t say when Full Moon expects to release Demonic Toys: Jack Attack, but it probably won’t be very long before we’ll see it on the Full Moon streaming service at FullMoonFeatures.com and on Amazon Prime Video.
While we wait to see Demonic Toys: Jack Attack and Puppet Master: Furnace Leech Woman, the Full Moon sequel Subspecies V: Blood Rise is set to receive a one-night theatrical release through Alamo Drafthouse theatres on May 15th.
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