A young scientist working on an artificial intelligence project is the target of strange gremlin-like creatures, who are out to kill him and thus terminate his research. By coincidence, in ... See full summary »
Set in Berlin during WWII, the Nazi regime is attempting to develop a drug that will animate the dead, in order to use in the war effort. Toulon arouses suspicion as a Nazi dissident, and ... See full summary »
In a Stateside hotel during the height of World War II, young Danny Coogan dreams of joining the war effort. Following the murder of hotel guest Mr. Toulon by Nazi assassins, Danny finds ... See full summary »
Taylor M. Graham,
It's 1892 and Sutekh is hopping mad. It seems a 3,000 year old Egyptian sorcerer has stolen one of the God's secrets of life - that of instilling the souls of the dying into inanimate ... See full summary »
Neil Gallagher found the secret to Toulon's puppets who come to life and then killed himself. Alex and his psychic friends come to investigate and are stalked by Toulon's puppets who have a... See full summary »
After foiling a plot to blow up an American arms plant, Danny Coogan and his girlfriend, Beth, quickly find that their troubles have just begun. One of Toulon's mysterious Puppets has been ... See full summary »
Jean Louise O'Sullivan,
A group of rival collectors of severely deformed freakish human beings and the FBI agents that are investigating them must battle against some of their collections which aren't as dead as ... See full summary »
Mel Johnson Jr.
Robert "Tank" begins to work for Dr. Magrew sculpting a puppet for the Doctor to bring to life using the work of Andre Toulon. Robert begins to fall in love with the Doctors daughter, Jane. Unbeknownst to Robert the Doctor is trying to create a "perfect race" of puppet humans. Jane discovers a "matt puppet" which is from his first assistant. She comes back just in time to see her father, cut up by the puppets, has succeeded in putting a living human, Robert, into the puppet he carved. Written by
Chris Schoettle, B-Movie king
Curse is probably the loosest movie if you're following the Puppet Master series chronologically being somewhere jumbled up between the original and the second movie. Being a fan of continuity I struggle liking the film as much as I could have. I have a guiltily liking for two of the main leads being Dr. Magrew and his daughter Jane. The movie had a potentially strong story if it remained a little dark and cheesy instead of being flat out silly at points. There weren't enough puppet scenes either seemingly they recycled some old footage they didn't use for previous films in this one to save a few bucks. A lot of fans gripe about the movies end but in my opinion I thought it tied the story together nicely like a bow and it made a legit cool cliffhanger. As far as it goes with the other Puppet Master films I saw it's pretty much on par for the course, not terrible but not good by any means.
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