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Hi - I wanted to share some info on a new film project I'm working on called Full Moon, Inc.:



Independent filmmaking group Fighting Owl Films has begun production on its new feature film, Full Moon, Inc. Mixing film noir with horror and fantasy, the film sees Nick Moon, P.I. (Paranormal Investigator), delve into a hidden world of monsters and creatures of the night as he takes on a case to retrieve an ancient artifact with astonishing power.
 
In conjunction, the official website for Full Moon, Inc., has launched at http://www.fullmoonincmovie.com. The site provides visitors with information about the paranormal detective agency, including Nick Moon's services and team. There is also a working office number where potential clients can listen to a special message from the staff, and even leave messages of their own. The site also includes photos and video, which will be regularly updated.

The producers of Full Moon, Inc., would like to hear from you. If you have questions for the cast and crew, send them to info@fightingowlfilms.com. Questions can be about the film, independent filmmaking in general, acting techniques, makeup effects, cameras, post-production -- you name it! We'll have the cast and crew answer your questions in an upcoming behind-the-scenes Q&A video.
 
Full Moon, Inc., stars Khristian Fulmer as Nick Moon, Erin Lilley as his secretary, Daisy O’Reilly, and Leah Christine Johnson as Moon’s newest client, Lilah Fontaine. They’re joined by an assortment of colorful and nefarious characters from our world and beyond.
 
For the latest production updates and behind-the-scenes information, be sure to “Like” Fighting Owl Films on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/fightingowlfilms.

Full Moon, Inc. has now entered post-production. We have an assembly edit and things are looking good. We've released three character posters for the film, below. There are also more production photos and information at http://www.fullmoonincmovie.com.





AYou might want to rethink those posters. That oversized font stuff is obnoxious and combined with the overall quality of the photos, make it look like you're promoting a low rent, ambulance chasing law firm with testimonials from especially unconvincing client-actors.
ASo this is a documentary about Charles Band, then?

Here's the latest promo photo from Full Moon, Inc., featuring Nick Moon, P.I., and his assistant Daisy O'Reilly:


A trailer for Full Moon, Inc. has been released. We're currently taking the film out to distributors and film festivals.