The Puppet Man
Directed by Jacqueline Castel
A supernatural killer stalks a young woman and her friends in this reference-laden homage to 80s horror films, featuring an original score and cameo appearance by the master himself: John Carpenter.
A supernatural killer stalks a young woman and her friends in this 80s homage, featuring an original score and cameo appearance by the master himself: John Carpenter.
Cast: Crystal Renn, Johnny Scuotto, Bradley Bailey, Susannah Simpson, John Carpenter
Oh boy...just a whole bunch of nothing with a couple of stylish shots
Not a lot to recommend this one except for the Carpenter music. Most selections come from his solo debut, "Lost Themes," an album that is a modern classic of dark wave. The actress with the dark hair reminds me of a friend of mine. The cinematography was pretty solid, too, which made it a breezy watch. The plot...well...
I saw this a few years back it’s A QUICKN 9 min slasher actings lame but it’s a quick slasher flick ya got to kill 10 min go for it
Bad...really bad But John Carpenter's music is great. Not entirely sure why he agreed to be in this but hey, it's John Carpenter. Maybe he had nothing going on that day and said "screw it, what the hell. I'll sit in a cab for 30 seconds and get paid" Regardless this film is lackluster as hell, avoid unless you are a very specific kind of Carpenter completest
Got a tad creepy towards the end but i was put off at the start since a lot of the scenes felt to be dragging. Not much of a narrative in it either.