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Thomas Lennon and Udo Kier join Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich

Back in May of last year it was announced that Charles Band’s cult horror franchise Puppet Master is receiving the reboot treatment with Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich, and now comes word from Variety that Thomas Lennon (Reno 911!) and Udo Kier (Nymphomaniac) have joined the cast of the film, which begins production this week.

The Littlest Reich “centers on a recently divorced young man discovers a mint condition Blade doll in his deceased brother’s closet and plans to sell the toy at a convention in Texas celebrating the 30th anniversary of the infamous Toulon Murders. All hell breaks loose at during the auction when a strange force animates all of the various puppets throughout the convention as they go on a bloody killing spree.”

The film is being directed by Sonny Laguna and Tommy Wilund (Wither) from a script by S. Craig Zahler (Bone Tomahawk). TransformersLorenzo di Bonaventura
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Newswire: Whoa, the new Puppet Master movie is casting people we’ve actually heard of

As fans of marionette-based murder are well aware, we’re now 12 movies deep on the Puppet Master series, the long-running B-movie franchise that started with a direct-to-video installment in 1989, and has since descended into an endless succession of demonic sequels and Nazi-fighting prequels that still somehow managed to scare us pretty badly when we were kids. (The leech-spitting lady puppet probably didn’t help.) Due in part to their typically abysmal budget (and the fact that the knife-wielding murder puppets are the real stars of the show), you don’t usually think of things like “actors I’ve heard of before” when it comes to the cast of a Puppet Master movie; this is a franchise where Corey Feldman—from 2004’s crossover Puppet Master vs Demonic Toys—is a big-name get.

So it’s kind of crazy to see Variety report on the casting of the 13th ...
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Full Moon Casting 'Zombies vs. Strippers'

Full Moon Casting 'Zombies vs. Strippers'
Director's intern on Puppet Master vs Demonic Toys, Full Moon is giving Alex Nicolaou his big "shot" by tapping him to direct Moon's forthcoming Zombies vs. Strippers. Hoping to capitalize on the success of previous films such as Zombie Strippers and the forthcoming Werewolves vs. Strippers, the screenplay follows colorfully inept inhabitants of a strip club in the lousiest beach slum of Los Angeles. The strippers can't quite grasp that their crummy little bar has become the last bastion of survival in a spontaneous zombie apocalypse. Shooting begins April 9. Full Moon is best known for their Puppet Master franchise spawning multiple sequels.
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Prince Charles Cinema’s ‘Good Bad Movie Club’ Returns This Tuesday

What is it that makes a movie bad?

Hokum plotting? Wooden acting? Laughable dialogue? Rubbish monsters?

And just what is it that makes a bad movie good?

All of the above, obviously.

No matter how sophisticated we consider our taste in cinema, there’s no doubt that we all love a movie to cringe and laugh along with. From rubber trolls to a Ducks called Howard, these notoriously awful moments live on in the annals of cinema history, accruing ill-deserved cult status. And that’s exactly what London’s most beloved independent cinema, The Prince Charles, has been celebrating with its Good Bad Movie Club, described as: ‘A season dedicated to those guilty-pleasure good-bad movies that despite their obvious flaws still make us all warm and fuzzy inside.’

The season has previously seen the brilliantly-awful Killer Klowns From Outer Space, The Garbage Pail Kids Movie, and Mac & Me, and Masters Of The Universe,
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Excl: David DeCoteau on the New Puppet Master

For someone who spent a lot of time frequenting the local "mom and pop" video store and living off a steady diet of Full Moon features during the late 80.s, early 90.s, this writer will always hold a special place in his heart for Charlie Band and his vengeful killer dolls from the Puppet Master series. Some are better than others, but most fans can agree that Puppet Master III: Toulon.s Revenge is definitely a high point in the series in terms of quality and star power. I.ll go as far as to cite it as my all time favorite Full Moon movie. So, after two dismal entries . Puppet Master: The Legacy , which was primarily stitched together using stock footage and the made-for-tv Puppet Master Vs Demonic Toys , Shock was excited to learn that David DeCoteau, the director...
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Demonic Toys 2: Personal Demons Trailer

Just last week, we got the first look at the trailer for Puppet Master: Axis Of Evil , the latest installment in the Full Moon franchise once again directed by Part 3's David DeCoteau. (Check that out here !) Now, how 'bout a look at the other malevolent dolls from the Full Moon family? Below you'll find the trailer for Demonic Toys 2: Personal Demons . Last time we saw a proper Demonic Toys flick was when they went up against Tim Thomerson in Demonic Toys Vs Dollman . (Let's forget about the 2004 made-for-tv Puppet Master Vs Demonic Toys , shall we?) The latest sequel was written and directed by William Butler, whom we'll have an exclusive chat with about Demonic Toys 2 later in the week. In the meantime, check out the synopsis and trailer below. Synopsis: Dr....
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