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Doll Graveyard (2005)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Fantasy, Horror | April 2007 (France)
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It's 1911 when 12 year old Sophia plays all by herself in her big, creepy house with only four handmade dolls as friends. When her abusive father has finally had enough, he forces her to ... See full summary »


Charles Band


Charles Band (story), Domonic Muir (screenplay) (as August White)





Complete credited cast:
Jared Kusnitz ... Guy Fillbrook
Gabrielle Lynn Gabrielle Lynn ... Deedee Fillbrook
Kristyn Green ... Olivia
Anna Alicia Brock Anna Alicia Brock ... Terri
Brian Lloyd ... Rich
Scott Seymour Scott Seymour ... Tom
Ken Lyle ... Lester Fillbrook / Cyril
Hannah Marks ... Sophia


It's 1911 when 12 year old Sophia plays all by herself in her big, creepy house with only four handmade dolls as friends. When her abusive father has finally had enough, he forces her to bury them in the backyard. But, after she "slips" and breaks her neck, dad buries her right along with the dolls. 100 years later, the Fillbrook family moves into the very same house. Guy Fillbrook finds the buried dolls while playing in the backyard. Much like Sophia, Guy has no friends and is the constant source of harassment from Tom and Rich. After Sophia's spirit possesses the dolls, they come to life, protecting Guy from further harm. One night, Guy's sister DeeDee, has a party with her best friends Terri and Olivia. After smoking and drinking with the boys, the dolls stand up for Guy once and for all, violently showing the nasty teenage boys who's boss! With no testosterone left to protect them, the girls fight to the death! Written by Jeremy Gordon

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Reborn for Revenge


Comedy | Fantasy | Horror


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Flawed, but entertaining
15 May 2012 | by TheXeroXoneSee all my reviews

Its still not quite as good as the Puppet Master series as it lacks the stop motion filming, but its a good premise. A merciless sadist of a father has his daughter bury her dolls and then buries her along with them. When a toy collector unearths one of the dolls, the dolls arise from the shallow grave as well as the vengeful spirit of the young girl.

The execution, however, wasn't as good as it could have been. In one scene a girl's face is bitten and the wound is there before the doll can attack that spot. Some of the scenes get tossed around randomly. And the victims, despite being less than 10 feet away from the door, never actually get around to running out the door. The final confrontation is clunky and so is the manner in which they stop the dolls.

If you like animated dolls in these films, its worth a short watch as its run time is just a little over an hour.

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Release Date:

April 2007 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Cementerio infernal See more »

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Dolby Digital


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