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Doll Factory (2014)

A small Texas town is terrorized by evil possessed baby dolls.

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Stephen Wolfe

Writer:

Stephen Wolfe
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Credited cast:
Justin Herman ... Mark
Nicole Elliott ... Kay
Andy Palmer ... Melvin
Boo Gay Boo Gay ... Darius Grumley
Eric C. Schneider Eric C. Schneider ... Derek
Tracy Collins Tracy Collins ... Allison
Milo Rubi Milo Rubi ... Miguel (as Marc Penarubia)
Will Allday Will Allday ... Blake
Chris Fender Chris Fender ... Sheriff Bart Barclay
Patrick Sane Patrick Sane ... Yegor
Nasir Villanueva ... Ian
Larry Wade Carrell ... Deputy Donnie Harris
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Deke Anderson ... Ghost 1
Tim Walker Anderson ... Deputy George Temple (as Tim Anderson)
Justyn Bradley Justyn Bradley ... Mike
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Storyline

Mark and Kay are out with friends, looking for thrills on Halloween night when a playful ritual takes a turn for the horrific. After unknowingly awakening dozens of possessed baby dolls, their town seems set for destruction and chaos. But with the help of Kay's brother, Melvin, and angry old man Darius Grumley, the teens must find a way to stop the baby dolls and ward off the evil force of nature that is after their souls. Written by Stephen Wolfe

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Comedy | Horror

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My Review Of "Doll Factory"
19 September 2019 | by ASouthernHorrorFanSee all my reviews

"Doll Factory" is a simple, traditional story that has been a big part of indie horror since the early days of the subgenre's resurgence with the rise of film companies like Full Moon, and cult horror movies like Child's Play and "Dolls". They are fun, campy and easy to watch. This film is no exception. From the retro-inspired beginning right to the very end "Doll Factory" is just an entertaining ride into madness.

The characters are developed just enough to be interesting. The parts are played to the limit of camp theatre. The cast are fully committed and the fun they are having in this movie shows on screen. I easily felt, based on characters and story structure, "Doll Factory" could have been a Full Moon Horror production. At the least it has to be a love letter to Charles Band.

The puppetry is creative and the Dolls are demonic. There are elements of occultism that reminds me of the voodoo ritual in "Child's Play" and the black magic rite performed in "Dracula A.D. 1972. Then the whole killer doll rampage is total "Demonic Toys" B roll. The CGI is reasonably done and the practical effects are fun. Most of the horror elements are cool low-budget tricks that you expected in this type of movie.

Overall I really had fun watching "Doll Factory". It is cheesy and full of madness, all on a low-budget scale. The film will not please fans looking for high production levels or blockbuster effects. But if you are a indie horror fan that enjoys Full Moon horror movies and Charles Band then you will like this film too.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 October 2014 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Houston, Texas, USA

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Budget:

$200,000 (estimated)
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Fan Fiction Cinema See more »
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Stereo

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Color
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