‘Fear has a permanent residence…’
Ravenwolf Towers is a 2016 seven-part American horror series directed and produced by Band, who will release one 30 minute episode every full moon, beginning December 13th. As a bonus for Full Moon film fanatics, embedded within each episode of the series, Band has found ways to re-introduce some of Full Moon’s most famous and feared characters and creatures into the narrative.
Full Moon Entertainment released Ravenwolf Towers via Amazon Instant, at FullMoonStreaming.com and on DVD. The first episode, titled Bad Mary, debuted on December 13.
Ravenwolf Towers: Bonds of Blood was released on January 12, 2017. It was available on DVD from January 20. And as a premium for customers who order the DVD, Band committed to personally signing every copy sold.
The first episode, ‘Bad Mary’ stars Shiloh Creveling, Evan Henderson, Maria Olsen (Killjoy’s Psycho Circus; 60 Seconds to Die; The Remains), Michael Citriniti (Demonic Toys: Personal Demons; Hideous!; Cemetery High), George Appleby (Wilhelm the Dwarf Vampire), Sonny King, Jesse Egan, Rosemary Brownlow, Arthur Roberts, William Paul Burns, Robert Cooper, and Nihilist Gelo.
Ravenwolf Towers, the dark saga of a family of inbred lunatics lording over the remains of a looming, formerly opulent and now dilapidated Hollywood hotel.
Like a cross between Jack Hill’s 1964 Gothic shocker Spider Baby and Dan Curtis’ beloved horror soap opera Dark Shadows, Ravenwolf Towers follows the gruesome and bizarre adventures of Jake, the new assistant manager at ‘The Towers’ who is soon subject to the horror at the heart of the building: guests disappear without a trace, mad doctors meddle with madder science, degenerate monsters lurking around every corner and a beautiful woman who may be a distressed damsel in need of saving… or just might be the most terrifying resident of Ravenwolf Towers.
At the center of it all is the spastic, inbred clan whose minds have become irrevocably warped as they live, love, die and commit all manner of sin within the walls of ‘The Towers’.