A struggling children's book author and his rebellious teenage daughter move into a house they've inherited and find mysterious dolls in the attic. The father and daughter soon learn that the dolls have a sinister - and deadly - past.
A film crew breaks into a wax museum to secretly shoot a film. But by disturbing the waxworks at night they awaken Wax Elvis, Marilyn Monroe and Bettie Page which in turn terrorize the city of Manchester.
In 1951 USSR, as the Cold War intensifies, infamous dictator Joseph Stalin is suffering with illness and his death is imminent. Meanwhile, KGB agent Stoichkov discovers a mysterious stage show in the Baltic region featuring three creepy dolls - Robert, Kalashnikov and Miss Cyclops. Spellbound by the lifelike animation displayed by the dolls on stage, Stoichkov investigates the show's host and discovers he is a German Toymaker who owns a mystical book which holds the key to eternal life. Believing the Toymaker and his book will help Stalin escape death, Stoichkov kidnaps him and they board a plane to Moscow. But the Toymaker's living creations have followed them. When the plane is in mid air all hell breaks loose as Stoichkov and his team of KGB agents realize the three dolls are on board and will stop at nothing to rescue their puppet master. Fasten your seat belt and prepare for blood soaked toy terror at 30,000 feet.Written by
North Bank Entertainment
The fifth film to feature the Robert the Doll character and the concluding chapter of the prequel trilogy - 'Robert and the Toymaker' (2017), 'The Revenge of Robert the Doll' (2018) - both set in Nazi Germany in the 1940s - and 'Robert Reborn' (2019) set in 1950s USSR. The first two films in the series, 'Robert' (2015) and 'The Curse of Robert the Doll' (2016) are both set in the present day. Only the stories of 'Robert and the Toymaker' (2017) and 'The Revenge of Robert the Doll' (2018) directly connect as traditional sequels, the other entries in the series take place years apart from one another. See more »
Looking at the way they seem determined to stick Robert the Doll into increasingly silly scenarios this series is starting to feel like the equally dumb Leprechaun franchise. It would be funny if they made Robert in Da Hood.
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