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Full Moon's Newsflash Vol. 108

BARBIE & KENDRA SAVE THE TIGER KING Premieres TODAY on Amazon Prime! DVD Release to Follow!


After a successful run on Full Moon Features, we're excited to announce that Charles Band's BARBIE & KENDRA SAVE THE TIGER KING - Full Moon's even more wild follow-up to our controversial "coronasploitation" comedy CORONA ZOMBIES - leaps onto our Amazon Prime channel starting TODAY (7/13/2020)!


Called “An oddly cerebral, hilarious exploitation exemplar for the current millennium" (Art Ettinger, editor Ultra Violent Magazine), BARBIE & KENDRA SAVE THE TIGER KING sees Barbie (Cody Renee Cameron) and Kendra (Robin Sydney) still trapped in their quarantine Hell and fixating hard on a ludicrous show streaming on the BPN ("Big Pussy Network") that charts the early days of the notorious "Tiger King" himself, Joe Exotic.The ditsy American beauties soon hatch the perfect plan to save the flamboyant - and incarcerated - cat-cuddling madman from a fate worse than Carole Baskin. In the process, they face-down the perils of the jungle and the intrigue of true-crime lunacy all the while never, ever leaving the socially distanced safety of their living room!

Controversial TIGER KING series co-star John Reinke and comedy legend Leslie Jordan (AMERICAN HORROR STORY, WILL AND GRACE) appear in this innovative, insane trashterpiece that's part Italian jungle movie remix, part pop culture send-up and all high-concept Full Moon mania!


BARBIE & KENDRA SAVE THE TIGER KING is streaming now on Full Moon Features and Amazon Prime. The special edition DVD release will street in November to most US retailers while our store, Full Moon Direct, will be selling limited copies of the film EARLY beginning in August. And stay tuned for a major upcoming announcement about the NEXT Barbie & Kendra "coronasploitation" classic coming soon! This one will truly be OUT OF THIS WORLD!


Lockdown, shmockdown. Full Moon is firing on all cylinders this year!

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