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Puppet Master 5: The Final Chapter (1994)

The puppets battle their most powerful enemy yet as they protect their new master from the demon God that created the Secret of Life.



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After having his demon destroyed, an anciet evil creates a puppet of himself to release on the world. With the help of Toulon's spirit the Risk Myers destroys the demon and becomes the new puppet master Written by Chris Moewes <moewes@inxpress.net>

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Puppets Vs. An All New Evil!


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Rated R for horror violence and language | See all certifications »

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22 September 1995 (Japan)  »

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Did You Know?


This and part 4 were originally intended to be one entire theatrical movie. Full Moon CEO Charles Band was slated to direct and the project was titled "Puppet Master: The Movie." See more »


When they are getting ready to activate Decapitron, Rick keeps mentioning the fuse box, when, in reality, it's a breaker box that they are using. See more »


Followed by Puppet Master: Axis Termination See more »

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27 December 2001 | by (iowa, america) – See all my reviews

First of all don't believe ALL of the harsh words that were said about this film. In my opinion it is definitely worth a try. Part six was MUCH worse. This one was creative and different as each movie in the series. I know what I am talking about; I've been a huge fan since I was a kid, I've seen all of the movies, and I even own a Blade replica. Maybe the reason why I liked this movie so much is because when I first saw it I was very young (yet at the same time an obsessed fan) and found the plot perfect for me: all of our favorite little puppets, including a very cool new one who only appears in parts four and five, are this time completely good and fighting pure evil and equally small enemies. It was neat seeing the puppets really work together, it was neat seeing them interact and communicate with humans in a friendly way for a change, and it was also neat that there was sequel that I could actually watch with my family. (keeping in mind that I was young and that the other films were much more "hard core", not that I didn't love the carnage candy myself) The point is we know that while these puppets are good they have done a million ultra-violent,perverse,maniacal, and destructive things, which makes a perfect stand off between our little anti-heros and the absolutely evil demons. And a lot of fans seem to forget that the puppets did not turn good, but in fact were always good. If you've seen part 3 you would know that they were nice people in life, and if you are a steady viewer in the puppets adventures you should notice the fact that the puppets up untill know have killed for only two reasons: survival or because their master(s) forced them to. So give the flick a try, I know that some of you will not like it but it is one of my favorites in the ever-expanding Puppet Master universe.

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