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Blade: The Iron Cross
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Release Date

June, 2020

Director

John Lechago

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Blade: The Iron Cross is a solo Blade movie that was first announced in Delirium Magazine in the beginning of 2019. It was made under the 'Deadly Ten' banner, which is ten Full Moon movies that were produced live in front of audiences eyes, and had webcams on the set so that beginner film makers and fans could have a chance to observe the mechanism behind a movie's production.

This movie picks up directly after the events of Puppet Master: Axis Termination and will involve the character of Elisa Ivanov, who has now become a war journalist and it will only feature Blade and the rest of the puppets will not be apart of it. This is the first time a puppet from the franchise has had their own spin-off movie. This movie will premiere on Amazon.

Plot

For decades the fans have been clamoring for it, and now Full Moon delivers with the first standalone feature debut of one of its most beloved (and most frightful) characters: the hook-handed maniac puppet, BLADE! Charles Band’s PUPPET MASTER series continues as an unspeakable evil from Blade’s past emerges in the form of a murderous Nazi scientist named Dr. Hauser. As Hauser’s heinous crimes are discovered, the psychic war journalist, Elisa Ivanov, awakens Blade, and together the bloody journey of revenge begins. It’s Herr Hauser’s reanimated undead army versus a possessed doll and a beautiful vengeance-seeking clairvoyant! Who will win, and how will it affect the Full Moon Universe? Find out in BLADE: THE IRON CROSS.

Characters

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Trivia

  • While the production of the movie is live-streamed on the website, there will be hidden Easter eggs or skull and crossbones that are hidden around the set and viewers can then write in when they spot them and be in the chance of winning prizes.
  • The movie was suppose to come out in December of 2019, but was delayed so that they could work harder on the effects.

Blade: The Iron Cross Comic
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Release Date

2020 (02/14/20)

Writers

Brockton McKinney, Shawn Gabborin

Publisher

Full Moon Comix

Artists

(A) Daniel Pascual (CA) Robert Hack

Blade The Iron Cross also had a comic adaption penned by the team behind the Action Lab Comics.

Plot

The Deadly Ten begins! Each issue takes you deeper into the Full Moon Cinematic Universe, with ten standalone tales of deviance and depravity! First up, fan-favorite Puppet Master character Blade goes on his first solo mission in a bloody attempt to keep Dr. Hess's research out of Nazi hands! Featuring main cover by Robert Hack (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), and collectable variant 'Product 01' cover by Dan Fowler (Screaming Soup)!

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Information from IMDB

Directed by 

John Lechago

Writing Credits (in alphabetical order)  

Neal Marshall Stevens ... (written by) (as Roger Barron)

Cast  

[1] Tania Fox ... Elisa
[2] Vincent Cusimano ... Detective Lieutenant Jonas (Joe) Gray
[3] Griffin Blazi ... Barney
[4] Roy Abramsohn ... Ingenieur Erich Hauser
[5] Bobby Reed ... Prok
[6] Angelica Briones ... Gloria
[7] Todd Gajdusek ... District Attorney James D. Madison
[8] Nihilist Gelo ... Hank Maxwell
[9] Noel Jason Scott ... Big Cop
[10] Lee Sargent ... Cop George Hallehan
[11] Cyrus Hobbi ... Klein
[12] J. Eamon Roche ... Lang
[13] Mark Law ... Bald Goon
[14] Marqus Bobesich ... Greasy Goon
[15] Derek Petropolis ... Muller
[16] Robert Zachar ... Victim / Zombie
[17] Jarrell Hall ... Victim
[18] Jessica Blue ... Female Victim / Zombie
[19] Alan Maxson ... Blade / Hall Zombie / Newspaper Staff
[20] Robert Langer ... Newspaper Staff
[21] Nakai Nelson ... Newspaper Staff
[22] Courtney Potter ... Newspaper Staff
[23] Alexa Potter ... Newspaper Staff
[24] Dustin Ferguson ... Newspaper Staff

Produced by 

Charles Band ... producer
Nakai Nelson ... co-producer / line producer

Music by 

Richard Band

Cinematography by 

Howard Wexler

Film Editing by 

Juan Patricio

Casting By 

Jessica Hughes

Production Design by 

Billy Jett

Makeup Department 

Miranda Dudley ... makeup artist
Danielle Moniz ... hair stylist / makeup artist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Brooks Davis ... second unit director
Ethan R. Murphy ... first assistant director
Piotr Niemczewski ... second unit assistant director
Garrett Van Tiem ... second assistant director (as Garrett van Tiem)

Art Department 

Darren DeMatties ... set dresser
Garner Minetree ... construction coordinator

Sound Department 

Andy Theiss ... sound mixer

Special Effects by 

Christopher Arredondo ... special makeup effects assistant
Tom Devlin ... creature design / puppeteer / special effects makeup

Visual Effects by 

Juan Patricio ... visual effects

Camera and Electrical Department 

Javier Arcelus ... grip / second assistant camera
Jon Arredondo ... production assistant
NiñaPapalote Barbosa ... gaffer
Eric Prochnau ... live stream camera operator
Lindsey Schmitz ... camera operator / dit wrangler / first assistant camera
Hugo Velazco ... live stream camera operator
Cynthia Webster ... camera operator
Howard Wexler ... camera operator

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

Elizabeth Empress ... wardrobe assistant
Alexa Potter ... wardrobe assistant
Courtney Potter ... wardrobe

Other crew 

Zalman Band ... bts coordinator
Emerita Barraza ... on set massage therapist
Dustin Ferguson ... production assistant
Matthew Festle ... production assistant
Robert Langer ... merchandising and licensing
Kevin LaRose ... production assistant
Soren McVay ... key production assistant
Robin O'Rourke ... live stream coordinator
Hugo Velazco ... bts director / interviews

Thanks 

Robert Kern III ... special thanks
Eddie Vargas ... special thanks
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