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When Joey's dad dies Joey is starting to act strange. He's got psychic powers. He can talk to him on the phone! His red toy telephone! But what he doesn't know is that he is not talking to his dad. He is talking to an evil dummy and the evil dummy is starting to make Joey's world a living nightmare.Written by
Matthew Chmiel <J0HNNYRICO@aol.com>
A movie thats so awful it should be funny, but is rather disturbing.
This is a movie that should be funny, as are other campy horror films. Yet, this little film aimed at kids, with star wars/ET references everywhere, is rather disturbing, and while I didn't know it at the time makes my disdain towards Emerichs "work" even stronger. Don't show this to kids, it will traumatize them, don't show this to anyone else, its doesn't even make sense on drugs.
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