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Dead Doll (2004)

Some feelings never die. No more suffering than throes of creation. For a young sculptor Brian they turn into a nightmare. In a fit of angry quarrel with his girlfriend, Brian loses control... See full summary »




Credited cast:
Brian Riley
Matt Boren ...
Dr. Pinsoff
Joe Babicki ...
Svilena Kidess ...
Assistant #1 (as Luke Wilson)
Detective #1
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Perk ...
Juice Master
Robert Rudder ...
Detective #2


Some feelings never die. No more suffering than throes of creation. For a young sculptor Brian they turn into a nightmare. In a fit of angry quarrel with his girlfriend, Brian loses control and accidentally kills her. Now the failure of the craft - not his main problem. Brian decides to get rid of the body, created from a unique doll. However, the forces of darkness have their own plans on the creation of Brian. Trapped between the worlds the ghost of the dead girl returns to the body of a doll, turning it into a being thirsty by vengeance. On the way to her goal, she is ready to make even the most sophisticated imagination, each of the new owners. It knows no pity and will not stop as long as the murderer and punish his creator. But who knows how many innocent victims will be sacrificed, while the bloody cycle of violence finally snaps? Written by cradlefilth_88

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A horrible comedy


Comedy | Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong sexuality and nudity, violence, language and some drug use


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Release Date:

19 August 2005 (Italy)  »

Also Known As:

Koukla thanatou  »

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$485,000 (estimated)

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Lead actress Romi Koch died the next year. See more »


Doll is nude on the floor as Riley speaks with her. She starts to get dressed, putting on her shirt. Then she stands and pulls her pants on all the way up. In the next shot her pants are completely down again when Riley grabs her. See more »

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not that bad at all...
12 August 2010 | by (Midian) – See all my reviews

Well, what do I have to say about this flick. The storyline is very simple. A guy killing his love because she cheated on him makes a doll out of her. But the doll pops up everywhere and everybody who comes in contact with it dies. We have seen that before but here it is a kind of soft core flick. I wouldn't file it under horror. yes, there is blood but it's the doll that makes the movie, she's always naked but when she comes alive she's naked too, so you know were I'm getting at, a lot of T&A and a some full frontal nudity. But the movie has a bitter story surrounding it. The doll is played by Romi Koch. I dare you to google her, you will find nothing except the fact that she died just after this movie. No birth date or anything will pop up on the net about her. So that's a bit weird. This is her first and final movie. I have seen that there is a lot of negativity about Dead Doll but I have seen worse. Okay, the T&A does make you watch but it isn't that bad after all. The other actress, Lorielle New, well, you can see her in the fake trailer of "Werewolf Women Of The SS" on the grindhouse edition of Planet Terror and Death Proof. If you really like movies about manikin's and dead girls well watch Dead Girl. But start with this one as a teaser.

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