Skull Heads (2009)





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Cult horror producer-director Charles Band presents another round of his patented, low-budget weirdness with the campy horror flick Skull Heads. When an eccentric clan living in virtual isolation in an Italian castle finds their family togetherness threatened by the arrival of three mysterious strangers, they summon up some supernatural protectors to fend off the barbarian invasions.

Rating: R
Genre: Horror
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Written By: August White
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On DVD: Oct 6, 2009
Full Moon Pictures



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Another penny saver for Full Moon, and an unfortunate unpleasant one.

Full Review… | March 9, 2012
Cinema Crazed

What makes Skull Heads work is due to the performances, in particular that of Robin Sydney. She successfully carries the film on her shoulders - and boobs.

Full Review… | November 5, 2009

Audience Reviews for Skull Heads


I Like the Genre , Camp Fun with eeerie overtones. Charlies "Formula" works Don't over think and Just enjoy.


Skull Heads is yet another entry from director Charles Band (Puppet Master franchise, Gingerdead Man franchise, Evil Bong franchise, etc) as his infamous Full Moon film company about the peculiar Arkoff family who live in a castle in Italy and shun the rest of society. The father is a madman who?s constantly punishing daughter, played by lead Robyn Sidney (who often shows up in Fool Moon movies, but her best work was in Wicked Lake) who is dimwitted, childish, and slightly unaware of the world outside of the castle (even though she owns an Ipod and cell phone), though she dreams of leaving the castle one day, which to her family is not an option. Soon, big shot producers and a director come to scout the castle for a film location and Sidney is begging for them to stay, much to the disdain of the family, but things aren?t what they seem to be as the visitors are actually robbers. Oh, did I mention there were little, skeleton skull head creatures that roam the castle, smoke the spleef, and can sense evil in a person? Well, there?s really no point to them, nor is there naming the entire movie after them since the Skull Heads are more like an afterthought as they are RARELY (I cannot stress this enough) seen in the film. They scare the robbers a couple of times and that is it! In fact, 99% of the film is having to endure the awful, awful acting in this atrocious sore-spot in Band?s career. The only slightly redeemable moment is Sidney was wise enough to show off her beautiful titties and ass in a small yet effective scene. The rest of this film is utter crap and a sad waste.

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