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18 December 2004 (USA) See more »
Playtime is over. Now the REAL fun begins.
A group of toymakers seek to use Andre Toulon's formula, now in the hands of Toulon's great-nephew Robert, to give life to a line of killer toys that they plan to unleash on Christmas Eve. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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The first non-Charles Band installment in the popular DTV franchises is actually an enjoyable cheese fest. See more (52 total) »


  (in credits order)

Corey Feldman ... Robert Toulon

Vanessa Angel ... Erica Sharpe

Danielle Keaton ... Alex Toulon

Silvia Suvadová ... Sgt. Jessica Russell
Nikolai Sotirov ... Julian
Dessislava Maicheva ... Christina

Velizar Binev ... Mayor
Angelina Hadjimitova ... Claudia
Anton Falk ... Bael
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jodi Nelson ... News Reporter (uncredited)
Paul Rawson ... Josh (uncredited)

Directed by
Ted Nicolaou 
Writing credits
C. Courtney Joyner (written by) (as Courtney Joyner)

Charles Band  characters (uncredited)
David S. Goyer  characters (uncredited)
Kenneth J. Hall  characters (uncredited)
David Schmoeller  characters (uncredited)

Produced by
Charles Band .... executive producer
Alan B. Bursteen .... associate producer (as Alan Bursteen)
Cindy Carroll .... supervising producer
Sven Clement .... executive producer
Jeff Franklin .... executive producer
Jeff Franklin .... producer
Cary Glieberman .... co-producer
Jan Korbelin .... executive producer
Donald Kushner .... executive producer
Bob Perkis .... producer
Philip von Alvensleben .... executive producer
Jörg Westerkamp .... producer
Original Music by
Peter Bernstein 
Cinematography by
David Worth (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Terry Kelley 
Production Design by
George Costello 
Art Direction by
Ognyan Ognyanov  (as Ognian Ognianov)
Set Decoration by
Kristina Nikolova 
Costume Design by
Katya Ivanova 
Makeup Department
Daniela Avramova .... first assistant makeup artist
Petya Simeonova .... key makeup artist (as Petia Simeonova)
Yana Stoyanova .... special makeup effects artist
Mark Shostrom .... key sculptor (uncredited)
Production Management
Barbara Kearney .... executive in charge of production: Screenvest P4 Produktions
Kai Schürmann .... production supervisor (as Kai Schümann)
Alexander Peytchev .... unit production manager (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Victoria Angelova .... second assistant director
Gary Jones .... second unit director
Tiny Wright .... assistant director (uncredited)
Art Department
Tommy Estridge .... assistant production designer
Bojidar Evtov .... construction coordinator (as Bojidar Evtimov)
Andrey Filchev .... assistant props
Anton Iliev .... art department assistant
Vladimir Mitev .... props master
Kristian Stoyanov .... lead set dresser
Sound Department
George R. Groves Jr. .... post-production sound (as George Groves)
Tsvetan Kadiiski .... boom operator (as Tzvetan Kadiiski)
Jamie Lin .... post-production sound
Ivaylo Natzev .... sound mixer
George R. Groves Jr. .... adr mixer (uncredited)
George R. Groves Jr. .... supervising sound editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Wayne Beauchamp .... pyrotechnician
Christopher Bergschneider .... special effects coordinator
Miglena Bogdanova .... puppeteer
Miglena Bogdanova .... special effects crew
Jeffrey S. Farley .... special effects designer (as Jeff Farley)
Jeffrey S. Farley .... special effects supervisor (as Jeff Farley)
Bud McGrew .... mechanical supervisor
Yana Stoyanova .... puppeteer
Yana Stoyanova .... special effects crew
Visual Effects by
Mike Bundlie .... senior visual effects supervisor (uncredited)
Adam Clark .... titles (uncredited)
Pauline Gallimard .... visual effects supervisor (uncredited)
Heidi Launer .... visual effects producer (uncredited)
Gretchen McNelis .... titles (uncredited)
Raicho Vasilev .... stunt coordinator
Todor Lazarov .... utility stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Andrej Certov .... camera operator: "a" camera (as Andrey Chertov)
Lyubomir Dimitrov .... loader (as Liubomir Dimitrov)
Lyudmil Dimitrov .... electrician (as Liudmil Dimitrov)
Ivailo Genchev .... best boy
Sascia Ippoliti .... steadicam operator (as Sasha Ipolitti)
Vasil Kamenov .... electrician
Todor Kostov .... gaffer
Martin Kotev .... electrician
Mihail Kotev .... second assistant camera
Lazar Lazarov .... first assistant camera
Svetoslav Mihaylov .... camera trainee
Rumen Mitev .... epk (as Rumen Mitov)
Philip Penev .... electrician
Rumen Yanev .... still photographer
Georgi Yankov .... video assistant (as Joro Yankov)
Anton Bakarski .... director of photography: second unit (uncredited)
Vasil Galabov .... key grip (uncredited)
Lyubomir Hristoskov .... grip (uncredited)
Tsvetan Kostov .... grip (uncredited)
Casting Department
Ani Kalcheva .... casting: BG (as Ana Kalcheva)
Georgi Gatzov .... casting assistant (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Valentina Germanova .... puppet wardrobe designer
Elitsa Taseva .... costume supervisor (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Ramy Katrib .... digital post-production
Edvin Megrabyan .... on-line editor (as Edvin Mehrabyan)
Henry Santos .... colorist
Scott S. Parker .... additional editor (uncredited)
Steve Steinhart .... additional editor (uncredited)
Todor G. Todorov .... colorist (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Nickolay Georgiev .... transportation captain (as Kikolay Georgiev)
Marian Kostov .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Diana Battista .... assistant financial affairs
Thomas Becker .... legal affairs
Steven Blumenthal .... extra
Bono Bonev .... location manager
Stefan Chanev .... production accountant
Nadine Deckensattl .... production assistant
Assia Dobreva .... translator
Thorsten Felscher .... financial affairs
Thomas Fischer .... legal affairs
Nedko Gatzov .... medic
Michelle Glasser .... production coordinator: U.S.
Ivo Johnev .... medic
Rebecca Knowlton .... production controller
Biser Kostadinov .... translator
Jeff Kranzdorf .... legal and business affairs
Desislava Krasteva .... cashier
Diana Mancheva .... craft service supervisor
Ivan Martinov .... weapons handler
Milena Mihaylova .... script supervisor
Alex Nicolaou .... intern to director
Ted Nicolaou .... executive story consultant
Alex Payne .... extra
Sandra Pirchmoser .... assistant financial affairs
Vasil Radoev .... set coordinator
Toma Shivachev .... worker
Boryana Stambolieva .... script supervisor: second unit
Melanie Tooker .... location coordinator
Nick White .... intern to director
Charlotte Young .... assistant legal affairs
Kai Schürmann .... vice president of business affairs (uncredited)
Mariana Vodenicharova .... production assistant (uncredited)
Ray Cannella .... special thanks
Chris Regina .... special thanks
Yoni Tabac .... special thanks
Thomas P. Vitale .... special thanks (as Tom Vitale)

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Also Known As:
"Demonic Toys 3" - USA (alternative title)
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USA:88 min (TV version)
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Did You Know?

Fullmoon Pictures originally set out to use a bunch of new Cyber Puppets for the movie. Toys were made - but were never released.See more »
Continuity: When the robberies come into the puppet garage, there's a close-up shot of Pinhead moving his head to the side, but directly after there's a scene of the burglars and Pinhead can be seen in the background with his head facing forward instead of the side.See more »
Robert Toulon:What's the time on that bitch?
Alex:Hey, who you callin' bitch?
Robert Toulon:Sorry! I mean batch... I was thinking about your mother again.
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22 out of 29 people found the following review useful.
The first non-Charles Band installment in the popular DTV franchises is actually an enjoyable cheese fest., 20 December 2004

Before we get into what PUPPET MASTER VS. DEMONIC TOYS represents, lets get into the back history of this film. Back when Charles Band and his Full Moon empire were still financed by Paramount Pictures, he was constantly turning out high quality, low budget features that looked like they were more expensive than they actually were (note that I didn't say that they were, you know, good). Anyway, times changed, people changed, and Band was discharged from Camp Paramount. Everything was in his hands now, and therefore, budgets dropped considerably; franchises that fans were use to seeing excellent SFX (we still miss you, David Allen) and great camera work were now only privy to even LOWER budgeted installments (a great example that ties into this film: Anyone remember the fan backlash at CURSE OF THE PUPPET MASTER?). Band even enlisted J.R. Bookwalter's Tempe Entertainment to make some films for him, and ironically, those films were better than anything Band produced or directed since the Paramount breakup.

Enter 2004. The Full Moon/Shadow Entertainment empire that Charles Band once had has pretty much crumbled beneath its own weight. In whatever circumstance occurred, the Sci-Fi Channel ended up with PUPPET MASTER VS. DEMONIC TOYS (oh yeah, note to someone who mentioned if Sci-Fi owned the old Full Moon movies or something that they would have had an all day marathon: Anything Full Moon that is pre-1996 for the most part is owned by Paramount, and almost all of the films from 1996 to 2003 are either owned by other companies that helped financially or were purchased were Kushner-Locke got bought by Artisan, so in essence, Sci-Fi couldn't have a marathon without buying TV rights for those films), and produced what no one thought imaginable: Charles Band's key franchise of the 1990s that put Full Moon on the map in the hand's of another company without their involvement whatsoever, and a sequel actually being released.

Directed and written by former Full Moon alumni Ted Nicolau and C. Courtney Joyner respectively, PMvDT takes a different approach with the PUPPET MASTER concept, that hasn't been seen in a while: Takes home in the low budgetness of the series, know that it is cheesy.

And when it comes to cheese, no one is better known than Corey Feldman, who plays as Robert Toulon with an "accented" deep voice, who I believe helps the film do what it is suppose to do, and that is just take the ball and run with it. Granted, his acting is nothing impressive (its a PUPPET MASTER movie, no Full Moon or not, its not going to actually be high quality entertainment), but his presence is what makes it so over the top.

The puppet and toy work is as good as it can be, given budget restrictions, and a surprising twist to the puppets (well, not surprising, if anyone remembers the old Full Moon Toys line). Although they are essentially completely new puppets (they are remodeled off of the original David Allen designs of the 90s) from the get-go, it was still fun to see some familiar faces running around.

And also, it works as something different for Christmas flare: The low-brow PG-13 (oh I'm sorry, TV-14) humor and violence actually help it, as it doesn't make it go too over the top, but actually fits right at home, and works well despite some entries in previous series being extremely hard R's.

Give it a shot, if your not into low budget, wrecks of films (and in all seriousness, I mean that in a good way), you're not going to have a good time, but if your a fan, look at this as a new beginning, like when New Line took Jason and made JASON GOES TO HELL and JASON X (well, don't think of those specific films, think of the comparison). But do not go into it expecting PUPPET MASTER 1 through 5 quality, because believe me, that will NEVER happen again.

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