Puppet Master V Demonic Toys [DVD]
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Horror franchise crossover, this time with the sinister toymaker Andre Toulon's formula in the hands of his great-nephew Robert (Corey Feldman). Leading a group of evil toymakers, Robert plans on unleashing the murderous toys on Christmas Eve, while trying to defend himself from Sharpe Industries and their demon-inspired attempts to get the Secret of Life from him.
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Anyways enough of that let's move onto the acting. Good grief, it's bad, I almost gave up hope two minutes in as it started, it's like a childrens film with an utterly cheesy soundtrack and a little gore albeit the fact hardly any is to be seen. It says clearly on the back of the case "Main feature rated 15, some content within the additional features have resulted in this product achieving an 18 certificate." Never mind 15 rated, should've been a 12!
So, I built up some courage to bring myself to finally watch this, and was hoping Corey Feldman would save it, but guess what? He certainly did nothing of the sort, infact is it possible to say he made it worse? Well no, he didn't make it any worse than it could've been.
I'm not going to discuss any revealing plot details since I struggle to find any actual storyline or plot involved in this. It's just cringe inducingly awful, appaling at most. Don't get me wrong I love many horror films, all the 60's, 70's, 80's and 90's retro all time classics. I especially adore killer doll themed films like Child's Play, which was made in 1988 and still looks outstanding and hardly laughable compared to this complete obstrocity made in 2004! Yes, 2004, don't even get me started.Read more ›
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I cannot stress how much of a HUGE fan of the Puppet Master series I am but this film let me down on so many levels. Read morePublished on 21 Mar. 2008 by Mr. R. Green
firstly i am a huge fan of the puppet master series and have seen all eight films i say 8 as i wouldn't really consider this to be part of the series. Read morePublished on 16 Jun. 2006 by Mr. M. P. Jones