Since its inception in 1989, the "Puppet Master Series" has been our most celebrated, beloved, and enduring franchise. It's the most successful independent direct to video horror franchise ... See full summary »
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
You've Seen It All Before (And I'm Not Just Referring To Stock Footage)
The Curse of the Puppet Master is the sixth entry in the low budget horror franchise by producer Charles Band and Full Moon production. It borrows as much special effects footage from previous entries as it does ideas from countless (and better) mad scientist pics from the past. The latest Master; Dr. Magrew attempts to transform unwary assistants into puppets to join his 'House of Marvels' museum and theatre. Josh Green stars as the simpleminded gas station attendant in danger of transformation and Emily Harrison is Jane, Dr Magrew's lovely daughter. This mediocre entry is closely patterned after the largely forgotten horror movie 'sssssss...' from 1973. Watch that instead.
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