When the beautiful yet timid Marmalade inherits her grandmother's palatial condo, there is an odd string attached: she must care for each and every doll in her grandmother's extensive ... See full summary »

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Stuart Paul

Writer:

Stuart Paul
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Cast

Credited cast:
Alix Villaret ... Marmalade
Steven Paul ... Lawyer Finnigin
Patrick Hogue ... Gilbert
Jeremiah Benjamin ... Det. Feverheart
Tim Dax Tim Dax ... Doll Fixer
Lenny Rosenberg ... Tin Soldier / Spunkneck
David E. Rezaieh David E. Rezaieh ... Lawyer Toboggan
Rodney Coffee Rodney Coffee ... Uber Driver
Yvonne Maverick Yvonne Maverick ... Grandmother (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Carlos Hernandez Carlos Hernandez ... Cleaning Man
Danny Knutson Danny Knutson ... Newscaster
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Storyline

When the beautiful yet timid Marmalade inherits her grandmother's palatial condo, there is an odd string attached: she must care for each and every doll in her grandmother's extensive collection, or lose her inheritance. Quickly, she begins to notice that something-or someone-sinister is at work as one by one, the dolls are found murdered. Marmalade soon learns that an evil curse may be to blame, and that she must break it before it comes for her.

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We All Turn in the End...

Genres:

Horror | Thriller

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Trivia

Alix Villaret can't speak fluent English (she's French), which is why her character never visibly talks in the film or moves her lips. She had to learn all of her lines phonetically so that they can be dubbed into the film in post-production as voiceover. This created a very obvious audio / visual mismatch, as the character is supposed to be "talking" in several scenes but she never moves her lips to the words. See more »

Goofs

There are several points in the film where you can clearly see the puppeteers hands moving the dolls around. See more »

Crazy Credits

Each of the opening credits are presented as names on a doll's name tag. See more »

Connections

References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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Dolls on Dolls on Dolls
6 April 2021 | by lindseysireraSee all my reviews

What can I say... I love a good campy thriller movie! If you've got a bottle of wine and an hour to kill, it's a fun watch. Makes bold choices. And the girl in it is pretty good.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 April 2021 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Doll Face See more »

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1.78 : 1
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