A botched bust on a pair of arms dealers inadvertantly leads to the raising of a sixty-six-year-old demon with the power to bring toys to life as his personal minions. The demon is looking for a body to inhabit so he can increase his powers, and it just so happens that one of the police officers is pregnant with the ideal host. As the murderous toys close in on their victims, the officer must not only fight for her life, but for the soul of her unborn child. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <email@example.com>
In at least two scenes the movie playing in the background is actually Puppet Master. 12 years after this movie was released Demonic Toys would meet the figures from Puppet Master in a cross over film for the Sci Fi Channel. See more »
I'm Baby Oopsy-Daisy, will you be my special friend?
What the hell?
I can walk, i can talk, i can even shit my pants.
Can you shit your pants?
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"Demonic Toys" is a curious mixture of gore and cheesiness - in about equal measures. In fact, this film epitomizes cheesiness: stupid plot, uneven effects, mostly terrible acting (save for leading lady Tracy Scoggins, who is too awesome-looking for her acting to matter anyway), and dialogue laced with lame puns ("You messed up my make-up"!). But the gore is pretty extreme and over-the-top (the dolls rip off huge chunks of flesh from the faces of their victims). It's a bad film, but tolerable IF you're in the right mood.....(*1/2)
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