Directed by Cuyle Carvin.
Starring Thomas Downey, Dee Wallace, Trinity Simpson, Bret Green, Elise Muller, Melinda DeKay, and Robert R. Ryel.
An alcoholic father and his daughter move into a house they have recently inherited and discover a set of dolls in the attic. The pair soon learn that the dolls have a sinister past.
Cuyle Carvin’s Dolls deals a slow and uninspiring horror flick that never truly shows its hand. In a genre brimming with creativity using horror-infused dolls – such as Child’s Play, Puppet Master, Dolls (1987), and Annabelle – Dolls (2019) failed to successfully hit the right notes for me to go back for a second viewing – but that doesn’t mean I didn’t enjoy some aspects of the movie.
Dolls follows Robert (Thomas Downey), a struggling children’s book author who moves into his deceased mother’s house with his rebellious daughter, Sammy (Trinity Simpson), after separating with his wife,