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Puppetmaster vs. Demonic Toys
Puppetmaster vs Demonic Toys
Actors: Corey Feldman, Vanessa Angel, Danielle Keaton, Silvia Suvadova, Nikolai Sotirov
Director: Ted Nicolaou
Genres: Comedy, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television, Mystery & Suspense
UR     2006     1hr 35min

It?s the night before Christmas Eve, and oddball inventor Robert Toulon (Corey Feldman of THE GOONIES and STAND BY ME) has discovered his great granduncle?s formula for reanimating the master?s lethal puppets: Six-Shooter,...  more »


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Actors: Corey Feldman, Vanessa Angel, Danielle Keaton, Silvia Suvadova, Nikolai Sotirov
Director: Ted Nicolaou
Creators: Alan B. Bursteen, Alexander Peytchev, Barbara Kearney, Bob Perkis, Cary Glieberman, C. Courtney Joyner, David S. Goyer, David Schmoeller
Genres: Comedy, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television, Mystery & Suspense
Sub-Genres: Comedy, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television, Mystery & Suspense
Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
Format: DVD - Color,Widescreen
DVD Release Date: 01/17/2006
Original Release Date: 12/18/2004
Theatrical Release Date: 12/18/2004
Release Year: 2006
Run Time: 1hr 35min
Screens: Color,Widescreen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 9
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Full Moon Pictures at there Best
Prince Phoenix | The Darkness | 11/30/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Puppet Master Vs Demonic Toys is such a cool movie. People who are fans of the full moon puppet master and demonic toys series will love it and if you really like horror movies new audiences will like it as well I think. The fact it takes place around christmas time is cool to because it's something I'll definetly watch every holiday season. Thanks Charles Band, all the full moon movies including this latest one are awesome!!!!!!!!!"
Horribly disrespectful to two franchises.
Robert M. Poole | Milwaukee, WI USA | 10/03/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)

"Look I know Full Moon went under but who knew that the next time we'd see the Puppet Master dolls it would be this awful? The plot is worse than even the worst of the Puppet Master original series titles, the acting makes the Full Moon actors look like Oscar Winners and the puppets aren't even close to the real deal!

I guess the easiest question I have is, Why even buy the rights to a franchise if you're not going to use the signatures of the franchise in the first film you make with it? Blade, Six Shooter, Jester, Pinhead are replicated in this movie so poorly it looks as if an 8 year old art student made them. Pinhead's hands even appear to be clay.

Worse is the movements. They don't have any of the fluent movements that were trademark to how the puppets looked real and there are scenes where there are massive amounts of strings showing everywhere. It's embarrassing to say the least.

The puppets weren't talkers before but they made sounds. This time they were completely mute. I wish I could have said the same for Corey Feldman who used to know how to act but in this movie comes off so over the top it's impossible to care about him or feel any sense of empathy for his character oncesoever. Most of the time you're wishing you had a gun to shoot yourself with so you could end his speaking parts.

The Demonic Toys look different and if possible even more cheap than before also. Full Moon might not have had the greatest actors, scripts or special effects but they usually spent a sufficient amount of time, money and energy on making the dolls (the stars of their movies) look good.

There is another small glitch in this movie that will annoy the fans of the Puppet Master franchise. Somehow Toulon's blood is needed for the formula to keep the dolls alive. The formula is now injected into holes in the back of the puppet's necks. For casual fans this is not a big deal, for longtime fans they know Toulon's blood had nothing to do with the formula and in part Three Toulon clearly injects them in the front of the neck area in a way that made it clear that as long as they got an injection, the puppets were fine.

Vanessa Angel is not a bad actress and has a million dollar body but she's stuck in a role and a movie that screams "I just want to collect a paycheck".

The Puppet Master theme music is blatantly absent as is the entire feel of the Full Moon series. The actors are horrible and seem to have to pause through lines in order to spit out the script they were supposed to remember and although the Demonic Toys franchise is much smaller I'm sure their fans felt disrespected by how marginalized their toys were to Angel's character, Sharpe.

Full Moon had this project announced before they folded. If only they had completed this then and not let Sci Fi skimp and cheat their way into trashing two beloved cult franchises with one movie that is so blatantly bad that it even loses the appeal of goofy and cheesy that so many second and third rate horror films fall into.

Avoid at all costs if you like either series."
The best Puppet Master film in over a decade
Madelyn Pryor | Mesa, AZ United States | 05/18/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"For those of us that were fortunate enough to watch the delicious demonic horror of the first Full Moon movies of the late 80s and early 90's, this DVD will remind us how brilliant the first few Puppet Master films were, or how devilish the first Demonic Toys film was. This movie captures all that lightning in a bottle, adds an extra dose of humor, and gift wraps the whole thing just in time for the holidays.

Featuring Corey Feldman as one of the decedents of Andre Toulon, who rediscovers 4 of the beloved Toulon puppets -Blade, Pinhead, Jester, and Six-Shooter, he reanimates them and sets about trying to protect them. But, the head of Sharpe toys, Erica Sharpe played by Vanessa Angel, has her own plans for both Toulon and his puppets as she plans to create an army of demonic toys on Christmas Day.

The animation of the dolls and puppets isn't as painstaking as it has been in the past, and the special effects are slightly sub-par, but the acting is brilliantly outlandish and the script his hilarious.

This was made for TV, so while there is some violence, there is minimal cursing and it's the most wholesome horror movie I have seen for quite some time. Yet, that wholesomeness does nothing to take away from the fun of the film.

So if you like full moon, if you like horror movies, if you want an alternative holiday film instead of It's a Wonderful Life, then this is your film, and a smart addition to your library for the money.

Highly recommended.
Another VS movie.....
J. Ferrier | Wokingham, Berkshire, England | 02/23/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)

"Im a REALLLLLLL big fan of the Puppet Master Legacy so far until this, this had some BEAUTIFUL women and the puppets thats about it lol.

The acting was terrible and most of the story is predictable. The main boy from The Goonies plays the scientist did a suprisingly annoying job and its safe to see why we aint seen him in many movies since The Goonies....this movie could of been a real good movie or atleast good enough for some people to recomise it as a cult movie, but instead i can see this being forgotten, added to the most terrible movies ever list or sold at a Gas station for $3.95"