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Playing with Dolls Spends Too Much Time in the Dollhouse: A Movie Review

9 March 2015 4:00 AM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Director: Rene Perez. Writers: Barry Massoni and Rene Perez. Cast: Natasha Blasick, Richard Tyson, Charlie Glackin and Alanna Forte. Playing with Dolls is director Rene Perez's (The Dead and the Damned) latest horror feature. Partially written by Barry Massoni (Demon Hunter), the film deals with the release of a psychopath, who has a simmering internal conflict with women. His latest crush is great eye candy, but this character offers very little else. Almost a bloodless slasher, Playing with Dolls offers very little hack and slash. Instead, the focus of the film is on cat-and-mouse sequences, housed in the usual cabin-in-the-woods setting. Playing with Dolls brings very little substance to the screen, unfortunately. The story begins with some horror. A nicely framed woman is stalked in the snow and tortured. Then, the film changes from the antagonist to the protagonist. Cindy (Natasha Blasick) is in dire straits. She has lost her job, »

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