A group of travelers spend the night in the mansion of an elderly couple who are dollmakers. However, one of the travelers' children discovers that the dolls the couple makes are actually humans that the couple has miniaturized and turned into tools for their evil plans. Written by
They want to play with you.
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Did You Know?
The film originated with the poster image of a doll holding its own eyeballs and producer Charles Band
's simplistic pitch of a movie about a killer doll. Writer Ed Naha
was given total creative freedom, though producer Brian Yuzna
was insistent that the poster art would correlate to a scene in the film. See more
First time we see Mr. Punch speak there's a close-up shot of the doll's face, staring directly into Ralph. But on the wide-shot we can clearly see Judy holding the doll and the doll is slightly tilting on to the side actually looking straight at the floor/wall. See more
What's the matter... afraid of the dark?
No... afraid of what's in the dark.
and introducing Carrie Lorraine as Judy Bower See more
I'm in the Mood for Love
Music by Jimmy McHugh
Lyrics by Dorothy Fields
Whistled by Ian Patrick Williams See more