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Wayland Geremy Boyd,
Just clip after clip of some puppet and doll Full Moon movies...each clip has little significance and is just a 10-15 minute section of the movie. 'Toys That Kill' features Demonic Toys and Dollman Vs. Demonic Toys. 'Super Villains' features clips of Puppet Master 4 and Curse of the Puppet Master. 'Freak Show' features Blood Dolls and Ragdoll. 'Classic Attacks' features Puppet Master, Puppet Master 2, Puppet Master 3 and Retro Puppet Master. Tiresome, pointless and kind of irritating. DVD extras are all the Videozones for the movies featured plus 'Totem'. Part of a a 'trilogy' of clip shows all produced by the same team at Full Moon (the other two are slightly superior 'Monsters Gone Wild' and 'Aliens Gone Wild').
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