Toulon's puppets help collect brain tissue from human victims for Toulon to create his formula to animate the inanimate. The victims this time include a group of researchers from a US department, responsible for invstigating the paranormal. Written by
Four different Torch puppets were used during the production of this movie. Each puppet was designed differently for certain scenes. See more »
In _Puppet Master_ (1989), It is stated that Andre Toulon killed himself in 1939. However, when Patrick finds his grave in the cemetary, it says he died in 1941. This does, however, fit in with the altered continuity as related in _Puppet Master III: Toulon's Revenge_ (1991). See more »
Everyone's favorite tiny terrors are back...with a new flame-powered friend!
I love the Puppet Master series. Hell, I was eight years old when I first saw it back in '91, and I've been a Full Moon fan since. I like this sequel, mainly because it introduces one of my favorite characters, the flame-wielding Torch. Its effects, if not low-budget, are decent. Its story is beginning to wear a little thin, because I'm sick to death of a bunch of paranormal investigators checking out the same crap the previous annoying victims did. However, we do see their undead master join the fun. I got really p****d off when they killed off my other favorite character, Tunneler. Hell, he was the coolest one in the movie. So, all in all, its a good sequel. But, if you're a die-hard Puppet fan, I'd definitely recommend Puppet Master III. Here we get a prequel, not a remake (yes that's basically what this movie is).
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