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  • Actors: Elizabeth MacLellan, Collin Bernsen, Greg Webb, Nita Talbot, Steve Welles
  • Directors: David Allen
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: 88 Films
  • DVD Release Date: 22 Oct. 2012
  • Run Time: 89 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008I0F19O
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,117 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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You can't keep a good man down or a Puppet Master buried as Tunneler, Leech Woman, Pinhead and the rest of the puppets return to exhume their beloved creator in Puppet Master II, the sequel to the hit horrorfest, Puppet Master.

This time, the little devils are after the special fluid that keeps them alive, which is only found in...you guessed it...human brains. Lucky for the puppets, a new team of paranormal researchers has come to the hotel to investigate its murder-soaked past. (Don't these guys ever learn?) The puppets led by a new member, the flamethrowing Torch are happy to shed some light on the (brain) matter, as they tunnel, burn, strangle and hook to survive. Featuring the special effects wizardry of Academy Award® nominee David Allen (Young Sherlock Holmes, Willow)

FEATURES INCLUDE:

  • RESTORED HD 1080p 1.78:1 WIDESCREEN
  • NEW DTS-HD MA 2.0 Stereo Mix
  • ORIGINAL DD2.0 STEREO SOUNDTRACK
  • SPECIAL INTRO AND AUDIO COMMENTARY BY CHARLES BAND
  • ORIGINAL FULL LENGTH VIDEOZONE
  • KILLER PUPPET MASTER MONTAGE
  • RARE 1997 PUPPETMASTER ACTION FIGURE COMMERCIAL
  • HD TRAILER
  • FULL MOON TRAILER PARK
  • REVERSIBLE SLEEVE INCORPORATING ORIGINAL ARTWORK & GRAHAM HUMPHREYS ARTWORK
  • COLLECTORS BOOKLET

Awards and Accreditations:Nominated 1991 International Fantasy Film Award "Best Film".

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Being a fan of this series (up to part 5 anyway), I jumped at the chance to finally own this great sequel on Bluray. I'm very pleased with how the film looks on the format too. Those who own any of Full Moon's old films on dvd know that the transfers can leave quite a lot to be desired at times. Puppet Master 2 has thankfully been given a new restoration and it really shines. I never thought the film could look as good as it does.

For features there's an old Video Zone episode on the making of the film and well as a few trailers and an intro from producers Charles Band.
Also, for those of you who like the original artwork for the film, it's included on the flipside of the cover which is a great addition.

Definitely recommended for people who like these kind of films.
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By Daniel Jolley HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWER on 31 Dec. 2014
Format: DVD
We learn a lot more about the puppets in this first Puppet Master sequel. For one thing, they can be destroyed; more importantly, though, we learn that it takes more than ancient Egyptian magic to keep them alive. They need a special fluid flowing through their little bodies, a fluid distilled from human brains (technically, animal brains will do in a pinch, but they are definitely less than ideal) – and they need to replace that fluid every fifty years. And guess what? It’s been fifty years since puppeteer Anton Toulon brought them to life. That apparently makes for the ideal time for them to use the fluid they’ve created to reanimate Toulon himself (who, fortunately enough, is buried in a cemetery adjacent to the hotel). The puppet master’s body, though, cannot be restored, which leads Toulon to dress up in bandages like the Invisible Man and pass himself off as a Mr. Chanee while he puts together his master plan of creating an eternal body for himself.

After some surprising developments concerning the survivors of the first movie, the puppets are back and have free reign across the entire, now-abandoned hotel in Bodega Bay. They’re not alone for long, though, as a group of paranormal researchers turn up to investigate the location. The group is something of a cantankerous bunch, especially the brother of lead investigator Carolyn Bramwell (Elizabeth Maclellan), and a couple of the technicians have more than the investigation in mind. As luck would have it, Carolyn herself bears a remarkable resemblance to the late wife of Anton Toulon. As you would expect, that makes for a pretty significant plot point. The puppets themselves waste little time harvesting important brain matter from the hotel’s uninvited guests.
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Format: DVD
I've always been a horror movie fan, but I've avoided this series for years. Mainly because there are that many films, and not a lot of them are widely available in this country. But just recently I had the pleasure of seeing the first two films, and I enjoyed them that much that I've ordered the 8-Disc boxset of the series from Canada, via Amazon.
These films aren't scary, and don't have too much gore, but they're just good fun! Most of the Puppets are likeable and although the effects aren't great (it's hard to suspend disbelief on occasion)you just can't wait to catch another glimpse of them in action.
A brief description of the films would be that the puppets are controlled by their master and have to kill for him, but they aren't adverse to turning on him if his plans affect their wellbeing!
In this second film, there is a new puppet added to the gang, Torch. I'd say he was the best of the lot to. He comes complete with a flame thrower attached to his arm!
These films are all strictly B-movie, but there is a magic about them (obviously, or there wouldn't be eight films!). This is a good fun film, nad highly recommended. Seek it out!
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Format: Blu-ray
A posse of creepy autonomous puppets resurrect their creator in a cemetery during the dead of night. Returning to the derelict Bodega Bay hotel where they formerly reaped havoc they gradually pick off a team of paranormal researchers that have moved in there temporarily, while Toulon, their exhumed master, masquerades as the new owner of the place. Toulon himself recognises the resemblance of one of the investigators to his lover from decades previous, who may be reincarnated here in good old Egyptian fashion.

Continuing with a near-identical vein to the first entry in a very long series, Band obviously realised that the formula worked well enough to be a success and decided not to change it much at all. I do feel that the exploitation elements could have been embellished - gore and nudity are there only in small doses - but essentially the puppets themselves are the draw of the show here, so I guess most of the attention is focussed on them. They're given life by various means and it's always pleasing to watch stop motion (which makes up much of the technique used) photography in action. They are suitably sinister designs all round. The main problem for me is Richard Band's composition, a near relentless whiny soundtrack that rarely seems to consider the on-screen sequence that it is depicting (e.g. you might get the same feel of music in the background for someone walking across a corridor as you would for somebody else being drilled through the head). I really try to see the appeal in Richard's work but for me his material sometimes strips a film of its dramatic potential.
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