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Interview: Charles Band Talks The Primevals

Interview: Charles Band Talks The Primevals

We sit down with Full Moon’s own Charles Band to discuss his latest film, the stop action film The Primevals.

When you think of Full Moon Features, there’s one figurehead that most think of: Charles Band. As a filmmaker, Band’s creative journey has been nothing short of extraordinary. From pioneering B-movie independent film making to crafting a brand that remains relevant for over four decades, his impact on the industry is immeasurable. The Primevals stands as a heartfelt tribute to his late friend and collaborator, David Allen. With The Primevals, Band and David Allen have gifted us movie buffs with an unparalleled cinematic experience. The film’s completion and release were no small feat, as it spanned several decades of dedication and perseverance. We had a chance to chat with Mr. Band about The Primevals and the long journey of getting the film finished and out to the world. 

The Primevals plot: Deep in the Himalayas, a group of Sherpas subdue and kill a towering humanoid creature. Its remains — including a brain that appears to have undergone some kind of surgery — wind up under the supervision of Dr. Claire Collier (Juliet Mills), who believes it to be one of the legendary Yeti. Joined by her former student Matt Connor (Richard Joseph Paul), a longtime believer in the creatures’ existence, big-game hunter Rondo Montana (Leon Russom), and others, Dr. Collier leads an expedition into the mountains to track down more of the abominable snowmen. Their trek results in an encounter with a tribe of primitive hominids — which in turn leads to the far more frightening discovery of beings they never could have expected or imagined.

THE PRIMEVALS is currently playing at the 2023 Fantasia Film Fest.

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