I feel like I’ve covered this film once before, but I wanted to cover one of these films for my monthly topic. So that being said, I’ll make this short and sweet.
A large group of people are bringing their Nazi-memorabilia puppets to a convention at a mansion where the infamous creator lived, worked, and died. So naturally, something supernatural is bound to happen. All the puppets re-animate, and we need to take care of them before we even begin to find out why they’re acting the way they are.
This movie is absolutely brutal. It is absolutely ridiculous. I have only seen the first Puppet Master before (and I vaguely remember it), so this was a blast to pull me in. The deaths are extremely mean and super creative, we have about a dozen different puppets with special abilities, and it just doesn’t let up. It ends on a super bleak note… and it’s a punishing ride all the way there.
I had a lot of fun… but I’ll admit that this film is super dirty. Turn the lights off and lock the doors, I won’t judge you for watching but I’m sure somebody will. Vulgar and offensive on many different levels – with some kills that even I wouldn’t believe if you told me.
‘Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich’ is now streaming on Shudder.
‘Til Next Time, Mike Cleopatra