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Doll Graveyard -- Sopia plays all by herself in her big, creepy house with four handmade dolls as friends. When her abusive father has finally hadenough, he forces her to bury them in the backyard.
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Charles Band (story)
Domonic Muir (screenplay)
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April 2007 (France) See more »
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Jared Kusnitz ... Guy Fillbrook
Gabrielle Lynn ... Deedee Fillbrook

Kristyn Green ... Olivia
Anna Alicia Brock ... Terri

Brian Lloyd ... Rich
Scott Seymour ... Tom

Ken Lyle ... Lester Fillbrook / Cyril

Hannah Marks ... Sophia

Directed by
Charles Band 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Charles Band  story
Domonic Muir  screenplay (as August White)

Produced by
Charles Band .... producer
Joe Dain .... line producer
Jeremy Gordon .... co-producer
Jethro Rothe-Kushel .... co-producer
Original Music by
District 78 
Cinematography by
Thomas L. Callaway 
Tom Calloway 
Film Editing by
Danny Draven 
Casting by
Jeremy Gordon 
Production Design by
D.M. Casper 
Set Decoration by
Spencer Rothermel 
Costume Design by
E. Dee Biddlecome 
Makeup Department
Ernest Esquer .... hair stylist
Janeen York .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Jethro Rothe-Kushel .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nick Ameln .... first assistant director
Meredith Trosper .... second assistant director
Art Department
Spencer Rothermel .... set dresser
Sound Department
Andrew Braswell .... sound mixer
Ryan Kaiser .... boom operator
Special Effects by
Christopher Bergschneider .... designer/creator: puppet effects
Camera and Electrical Department
Dimitris Bogiantzis .... gaffer
Miles Gutkin .... key grip
Jason Webster .... electrician
Eric Alan Wendell .... dolly grip
Lisa Wolfson .... second assistant camera
David Formica .... first assistant camera (uncredited)
Music Department
William Levine .... composer: title music
Other crew
Diane Collins .... script supervisor
Christopher Shaw .... director of international sales

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USA:71 min
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Continuity: When the teen girls are having a party they finish their bottle of champagne, yet in another scene the bottle is full and the girls are filling their glasses again.See more »
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5 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
Could This Movie Get Any Better?, 20 April 2006
Author: TotalRockerChick from United States

Oh my god... From the moment this "movie" started I knew it was going to be bad. First of all the acting was just HORRIBLE! I mean come on "No daddy, I didn't mean to daddy!". If you think about the time period back then there would be many, many women figures around to take care of the girl. A nanny, or a step-mother, an aunt, or even her real mother would have been there to get her into shape. Then for the father to make the girl dig?! What was that?! And I mean when she fell she fell like what? A foot? That wouldn't kill anyone! And then for the father not to check to even see if she was alive?! Okay, now for the other lovely actors. ALL of the teenagers should have died! They deserved to. "AHHH What are we going to do?" I can tell you what to do... GET OUT OF THE HOUSE AND RUN FOR IT!!! GOD!!! HOW STUPID COULD YOU BE?! YOU JUST SAW YOUR BOYFRIEND GET KILLED (by being attacked in the crotch) AND YOUR JUST GONNA STAND THERE?! COME ON!!! And the blonde! Can you say stupid blonde?! "Where is my phone? I can't find it!" When she finally finds the dang thing she moved so slowly... YOUR SUPPOSE TO GRAB IT REALLY FAST! And you think she would learn! She did that the first time and then she got bit... You think she would say hey let me get it really fast and maybe I won't get bit again. OH! And did anyone notice that before she was bit there was blood already on her face? HOW DO YOU MAKE A MOVIE AND NOT NOTICE THAT? That and the bottle of alcohol that magically refilled itself over and over again. This was seriously bad excuse for a movie. I could go on and on about the sister, the friend who was hitting on the younger brother and don't even get me started on the doll loving boy... "I got the new Hydroman action figure" "Oh isn't that the one that turns into water?" "You know who Hydroman is too" *cough* Hydro means water honey... Anyone 9 and up knows that... GET A LIFE! And the ending?! There are three people dead in the house, the people who were just attacked by the dolls are standing over them lovingly and the doll lover turns into a dead rotting chick?! PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE DO NOT RENT THIS "MOVIE" IF YOU DO... I CAN'T HELP YOU ANYMORE... ITS TRULY A WASTE OF YOUR LIFE THAT YOU CAN NEVER GET BACK!

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