I love Full Moon movies and when I was researching the titles in this collection, Arcade sounded like a fun movie so I decided to buy it based on that. I wasn't disappointed. This collection contains 5 Full Moon movies.
Arcade (1993) starring Megan Ward, Peter Billingsley, Seth Green, and A.J. Langer is worth watching for the actors alone. The movie itself has horrible special effects, that I loved! The acting is good and the story is a lot of fun. Basically, it is about a group of teenagers that start playing a new video game called ARCADE. None of them realize how dangerous the game is until the people who are playing it starts to disappear.
Bad Channels (1992) starring Paul Hipp, Martha Quinn, and Charlie Spradling, ended up being one of my favorite movies from the collection. I saw the trailer and thought the movie was going to be horrible, I was wrong. The acting is good and so are the special effects and creatures. The movie is about a disc jockey who after a six month suspension returns. That night his radio station is taken over by a space alien that transports and shrinks women. I found it really amusing.
Netherworld (1992): A young man inherits his late father's estate and is shocked to discover that his father wants to be resurrected. He meets a woman who seduces him and introduces him to black magic. I didn't love this movie. The problem with it is that it just doesn't flow well.
Seedpeople (1992): Starring Sam Hennings and Andrea Roth. A man returns to his home town to research a meteorite that landed there. He soon discovers that the town people are acting strangely and realizes he and everyone else is in a lot of trouble. This movie is an average sci-fi movie. I didn't enjoy it as much as Arcade and Bad Channels, it is just not as fun to watch.
Shadowzone (1990) Starring Louise Fletcher and David Beecroft: After a person dies during a sleep experiment conducted by a group of NASA researchers, Captain Hickock goes to investigate. What he discovers is horrifying. This sci-fi movie takes it self seriously. It's not bad. I liked the actors and the script was pretty good.
Overall, the collection is worth buying if you love Full Moon classics or low budget sci-fi/horror movies. All of the dvds except Shadowzone contains a videozone/behind the scene featurette. The dvds are region free so they should work on all dvd players.