This Friday, Cinestate's Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich (written by Bone Tomahawk director S. Craig Zahler) will be released in theaters and on VOD platforms by RLJE Films. As a special treat for those who will be watching the return of Toulon's puppets from the comfort of their own couches, Fangoria will host their first-ever movie night VOD viewing party via social media on August 17th.

Kicking off at 9:30pm CST Friday, August 17th, the Fangoria movie night viewing party will include live interactions with the cast and crew of Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich. Simply tweet your questions to @FANGORIA with the hashtag #FANGORIAMovieNight and precede your question with "Q&A:". Throughout the movie, cast and crew members will answer questions on Facebook Live and Twitter.

If you rent or purchase Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich, be sure to hit "play" at exactly 9:30pm CST to watch the movie at the same time as other horror fans throughout the US, and keep an eye on Fangoria's official Twitter and Instagram accounts, as well as Pariah Knives, for more details on the first-ever Fangoria Movie Night, including a special prize that will be given to one lucky fan!

From Fangoria: "For everyone that can’t make it to a theater to watch, we’re hosting a video on-demand viewing party. Simply, buy/rent the movie by 9:15PM CST and hit play precisely at 9:30PM CST. It’s just like those headphone parties where everyone is listening to the same smooth jazz track. The only difference with our event is you don’t need headphones, there is no smooth jazz, and you’ll be watching a brutal slasher flick starring murdery little puppets unleashing sweet, sweet kills on the least expecting.

During the premiere, the cast, crew, and FANGORIA will be interacting with fans through Facebook Live and Twitter starting at 9:30PM CST."

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