Puppet Master III: Toulon's Revenge
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Rewind: ‘Puppetmaster Axis of Evil’ review

12 August 2013 4:27 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Stars: Levi Fiehler, Jenna Gallaher, Taylor M. Graham, Tom Sandoval, Aaron Riber, Ada Chao | Written by August White | Directed by David DeCoteau

Ah, the Puppetmaster series. Once long thought dead, Puppetmaster: Axis of Evil resurrects the franchise and tries to re-capture the spirit of what many consider the high point in the series – the World War 2 set third film, Puppet Master III: Toulon’s Revenge. I’ve long-been a fan of the Puppetmaster series, and Full Moon in general – even going as far as buying the ridiculously overpriced DVD boxset some years ago. In anticipation of the UK release of the eleventh film in the series, we’re taking a look back at the tenth movie (and ninth official sequel, Puppetmaster vs. Demonic Toys is not considered an official ‘canon’ movie fact fans) Puppetmaster: Axis of Evil…

Following Toulon’s death (as seen inPuppet Master III: Toulon »

- Phil Wheat

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Spiderbaby’s Terror Tapes: Stuart Gordon's 'Dolls' with Carrie Lorraine

13 May 2013 9:00 AM, PDT | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »


If you grew up in the 80s, you remember the first time you watched Halloween and Friday the 13th; you remember how dark the room was, how the popcorn tasted, and how many times you almost peed your pants from fear.  You also probably remember the first time you saw Stuart Gordon’s Re-Animator and From Beyond.  Call me crazy, but I have much more vivid memories of watching Gordon’s not-so-popular horror gem, Dolls (1987).  Picture this: during an all-girls sleepover in the heart of suburbia, my friends and I walked to the video rental store with a few dollars.  While browsing endless titles, out of the corner of my eye, I caught the front cover of Dolls on VHS with the skeletal doll holding her gouged eyeballs – I couldn’t resist.  That night I became the bravest girl in the fourth grade; I stayed up to watch Dolls alone in the dark, »

- Lianne Spiderbaby

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