Curse of the Puppet Master


Action / Fantasy / Horror / Romance / Sci-Fi

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662.2 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 18 min
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1.24 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 18 min
P/S 2 / 1

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by lost-in-limbo4 / 10

"I guess folks would pay to see about anything".

After not being terribly impressed by the last two additions to the franchise, I wasn't expecting all that much from "Curse" and this was a blessing disguise. I found David DeCoteau's sequel somewhat a step-down in quality (which at times looked very second-rate),but probably a little more enjoyable if a tad creative in its story (despite a silly script, unintentionally humorous plotting and an abrupt ending). While still being one of the weakest, it skipped that childish feel of the recent ventures… to only deliver on the nasty and gory quota with its nightmarish details (resembling the tone of the original features),but while the jolts and cruelty is there it seemed to meander on its characters interactions and the constant mystery surrounding a disappearance, which is rather predictable to figure out. The puppets have always been the stars and that's nothing new here, as the creations are well-used despite some obvious stock footage from other features. The uncanny appearances and personalities come through, although some are underused; The Jester and especially Leech woman. However there are plenty of images of the puppets cementing how they are best of pals. DeCoteau's practical direction is raw and threadbare, but there's a lyrical guidance that shows in some atmospheric visuals. Most of the performances are particularly lousy and over-enthusiastic, but Emily Harrison seems to be an exception to the trend.

Reviewed by kosmasp3 / 10

Bloating up ...

Transfering souls (or whatever essence you think is inside humans) into dolls is not a new idea. It's kinda new for the Puppet Master series maybe, but yeah been there done that. And done a lot better. That is Puppet Master in general and the idea if we want to be specific.

This may be one of the weaker entries (although others may argue that it never had a high point, entry number 12 still out in the open and any further entries that may come after that),but it defines the legacy of it all. And legacy is just another entry of it the whole thing ... Great puppetry and nice special effects overall, if you are into that kind of thing

Reviewed by gavin69423 / 10

The Puppet Master Series Continues To Stink

A scientist (George Peck) attempts to master the art of transferring people's souls into puppets.

With the film directed by David DeCouteau and edited by J. R. Bookwalter, you may not know what to expect. Bookwalter is pretty great, but does it show through with editing? DeCouteau is very hit and miss, with many more misses than hits. His Full Moon days may be among his best work, and that is not usually a compliment.

Despite being a short film, they used a good deal of recycled footage from earlier films in the series (which is something the series as a whole tends to do). If you cut down to only the new footage, the film may be an hour long... maybe.

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