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James B. (wandersoul73) from TYLER, TX
Reviewed on 6/22/2009...
Although, not a good as 1 & 2. It's still worthwhile as we get to meet Six Shooter.
A Killer Puppet Movie..with Nazis!!!
The Piper at the Gates | Bakersville, North Carolina | 11/07/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"During my journey through watching all of the Puppet Master films, a couple of friends had told me that this one was probably the best Puppet Master out of the whole series, and after watching this one, I may have to agree. Where Puppet Master II was a let down, this next sequel rose to the occasion, and ended up being a decent horror film. The story was excellent. Its basically a prequel to the previous 2 films. The story takes place in Nazi Germany during WWII and tells the story of puppeteer Andre Toulon. It is found out by the Nazis that Toulon has developed some way of animating his puppets without strings or mechanics, and attempt to take him into custody, but in the process, the Nazis kill his wife. Toulon escapes with the aid of his puppets, and Toulon decides to take revenge upon the people responsible for his wife's death. In this one, you get to see the creation of the puppet Leech Woman, Blade, and new puppet called Six Shooter is introduced. You also get a bit of a backstory on who the puppets were in their former lives. Again, the acting isn't great, but there's actually some half-descent actors in this one. The effects, are about the same as the other two films, though the last death scene is pretty cool. Maybe the effect itself wasn't all that great, but the idea was definitely good. All in all, this is pretty good movie, and I definitely recommend this one. However, you may want to at least watch the first Puppet Master to get familiar with some of the characters and/or puppets."
Joseph Villalobos | Barstow, CA USA | 03/19/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This is the movie where the evil puppets become good. It's good if your a fan of the first two movies."