Directed by Schmoeller David
A group of psychics are stalked by homicidal puppets in this 80s horror favorite which spawned nine - yes nine - scary sequels. Assailed by nightmarish visions, Alex Whitaker and his fellow psychics descend on the Bodega Bay Inn. There, they discover that their compatriot Neil has apparently committed suicide. But, as the gruesome visions continue, they sense that there's still something sinister afoot. When they find themselves hunted by a band of homicidal marionettes created by twisted puppeteer Andre Toulon, they discover they're right.
A group of psychics are stalked by homicidal puppets in this 80s horror favorite.
Cast: Paul Le Mat, William Hickey, Irene Miracle
Such a good campy horror ^__^ The puppets are all pretty unique and cool in their own ways; I almost wish they got a LITTLE bit more screen time, but other than that and other scenes that were more sexually charged, but that's just a personal preference when it comes to movies lol.
The puppets look pretty cool and the moments of stop motion movement were pretty slick but they ultimately don't come off as much of a threat. The kills are honestly pretty lame and while the villain did have a good reveal and an interesting plan, the scene of him getting his comeuppance dragged on far too long and was far too nonsensical to take seriously. If this had been about sentient puppets killing people in a desperate attempt to rebuild their owner, that would've been pretty intriguing but as is, it's an alright "Child's Play" knockoff.
puppets are so cute. the original toy story
Back when full moon gave a fuck
Another puppet movie that shows they move around when we are not looking. If this wasn't true then why would there be so many movies about it like toy story. Think about it. Dangerous Dave