Demonic Toys

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Overview

An early, derivative effort from Charles Band's incredibly prolific direct-to-video outfit Full Moon Productions, this is an undercooked stew of a dozen horror plots, particularly Child's Play and Night of the Living Dead. A tough lady-cop Tracy Scoggins is forced to curtail her task of collaring a pair of sleazy gun-smugglers in an abandoned toy warehouse when the toys suddenly spring to life at the command of a murderous demon-child. While the policewoman tries vainly to organize the hapless humans trapped in ...
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Overview

An early, derivative effort from Charles Band's incredibly prolific direct-to-video outfit Full Moon Productions, this is an undercooked stew of a dozen horror plots, particularly Child's Play and Night of the Living Dead. A tough lady-cop Tracy Scoggins is forced to curtail her task of collaring a pair of sleazy gun-smugglers in an abandoned toy warehouse when the toys suddenly spring to life at the command of a murderous demon-child. While the policewoman tries vainly to organize the hapless humans trapped in the warehouse pudgy rent-a-cop, transient, chicken delivery boy, the possessed playthings move in for the kill. The silly proceedings are helped along by whirlwind editing, the attractive, butt-kicking Scoggins, and a colorful assortment of monsters -- including a fanged jack-in-the-box, a laser-shooting robot, a ferocious teddy bear and the potty-mouthed "Baby Oopsy-Daisy." Though pretty slick overall, the entire exercise is flattened by the script's dreadful attempts at humor -- particularly from the demon himself, whose stupid Freddy Krueger-isms are like nails on a blackboard.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/25/2012
  • UPC: 859831003335
  • Original Release: 1991
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  • Source: Wizard Entertainment
  • Presentation: Full Frame
  • Time: 1:26:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 95,931

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tracy Scoggins Judith Gray
Bentley Mitchum Mark Wayne
Daniel Cerny "The Kid"
Michael Russo Lincoln
Barry Lynch Hesse
Ellen Dunning Anne
Pete Schrum Charnetski
Jeff Weston Matt Cable
William Thorne Fair-Haired Boy
Larry Cedar Peterson
Pat Crawford Brown Mrs. Michaels
Kristine Rose Miss July
Robert Stoeckle Man-Devil
June C. Ellis Old Woman
Technical Credits
Peter Manoogian Director
Adolfo Bartoli Cinematographer
John Carl Buechler Special Effects
Charles Band Executive Producer, Producer
David S. Goyer Screenwriter
Andrew Horvitch Editor
Billy Jett Art Director, Production Designer
Anne Kelly Producer
Robin Lewis Costumes/Costume Designer
Richard H. Band Score Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Awesome Full Moon Production

    This is one of the best Full Moon Productions! Everything about this movie was awesome, the music, plot, gore, acting, and setting were all awesome! If you love Full Moon Productions, Puppet Master, or a funny scary movie, check this one out!

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