This October “It simply doesn’t get much better than the two Bills” (Pop Horror) as horror icons Bill Moseley (The Devil’s Rejects) and Bill Oberst, Jr (3 from Hell) team for director Jeff Broadstreet’s Devil’s Junction: Handy Dandy’s Revenge.
Hitting Los Angeles theaters for special screenings Oct. 18-19 with a VOD and DVD release set for Nov. 5 from Midnight Releasing, the J.S Brinkley-scripted film sees a shuttered TV studio in Detroit haunted by a magician ventriloquist from a 1960’s children’s show, and he’s looking for anew live, or dead, studio audience.
Broadstreet (Night of the Living Dead 3D) directs the genre vets along with Jake Red, Cody Cameron, Arthur Marroquin, Danni Spring, Kyle Anderson and Katelynn Newberry. Don Borza produces.
Returning to the abandoned Detroit television station where they once delighted a generation of children viewers, master puppeteer Mister Jolly re-incarnates his minion puppets for a final performance to settle an old score with Richard. The blood moon casts an ominous glow as Mister Jolly unleashes his puppets, led by the infamous Handy Dandy. to seek his revenge.
Further complicating Richard’s dilemma is the unexpected arrival to the studio of his son Steffen accompanied by his friends. The group becomes entangled in a thrilling pursuit by Mister Jolly and Handy Dandy throughout the halls of the old building. They soon realize that they are in a new version of the Mister Jolly and the Handy Dandy Show — where pain is the game!