Horror Icons Bill Moseley and Bill Oberst Jr Reunite for 'Devil's Junction'

Horror Icons Bill Moseley and Bill Oberst Jr Reunite for 'Devil's Junction'

Horrorific content by jessicagomez on October 12th, 2019 | Horror News |

When horror mavens unite, it makes a film that much more special. Bill Moseley and Bill Oberst Jr. both have a cult following in horror, and now they’re teaming up for a fun indie film. They both star in the horror flick 3 From Hell, currently in select theaters, making waves as the third installment of House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects trilogy - and now they’re back, as a sparring duo in the murderous puppet B-movie Devil’s Junction: Handy Dandy’s Revenge (previously known as Handy Dandy.)

Filmed in my hometown of Detroit with references to please any Michigan resident, the film follows a group of friends, led by Steffen (Jake Red), who visit an abandoned television station where the Handy Dandy puppet show led by master puppeteer, Mr. Jolly (Oberst Jr.), was filmed in the 60s. Brought to life under the rare blood moon, Mr. Jolly magically re-incarnates his minion puppets for a final performance to settle an old score with Steffen’s dad, Richard (Moseley), who used to work on the show. Steffen’s friends soon realize that they are in a new version of Mr. Jolly’s ventriloquist nightmare, with Handy Dandy himself leading the charge for fresh blood. 

Moseley, who earned his spot in horror history with roles in films such as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 and the 1990 Night of the Living Dead remake, is currently filming Bad Candy and The Mangled, and will also star in several horror movies that are in pre-production. Oberst Jr. also has a slew of upcoming horror movies in post-production set to be released, including The Good Things Devils Do, starring fellow horror icons Linnea Quigley and Kane Hodder

Jeff Broadstreet, known for his directorial work on Night of the Living Dead 3D, directs Devil’s Junction under the pseudonym Roy G. Biv. He is currently filming Zodiac Man: The True Story of the Man Who Made a Movie to Catch a Killer, a documentary about Tom Hanson, who made a movie in the 70s in an attempt to catch the real Zodiac Killer. 

The film will have two special screenings in LA theaters on 10/18 and 10/19, with an On Demand and DVD release set for 11/5 from Midnight Releasing. You can subscribe for more information on releases here.


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