This flick is chock-a-block with action -- a dude gets hit by a drink cart, Dean Cain has to force his hand into a small space, some asshole on a rope made of seatbelts gets eaten by an engine, and about 40 volcanoes appear from nowhere in about 30 seconds. Also, the same scene of a fireball falling towards the plane is used at least six different times. Not a similar scene, the exact same scene. And why not? When you have crackerjack special effects like this, no need to switch shit up.
In the end you can rest assured that plenty of planes fought plenty of volcanoes and some military guys who are really terrible at first aid rip the burned flesh off of some dude's arms by accident. A good time is had by all, except the scorched dead.
Dollman Vs. Demonic Toys/Puppet Master Vs. Demonic Toys
Who are you going to get to fight a bunch of toys from hell? A priest? A guy with a garbage bag to pick up the toys and throw them out? Fuck no, fool. You get a tiny man with guns and/or other tiny toys. Sometimes with guns. And, to a lesser degree, Corey Feldman. Ascension Millennium to the rescue!
These two movies should probably get some kind of Criterion Collection release or a Blu-ray loaded with special features, all of which are just the movies over and over again. Maybe with a commentary track by Feldman. Or, if I may be so bold, by me just watching the movies again and loving every minute of them. They feature a foul-mouthed baby doll and a killer jack-in-the-box. This shit is gold.
If you can't tell, that's basically the robot baby from American Sniper flipping you off.
Now you may be thrown off by the fact Dollman is only an hour long and literally half of this is background explaining the previous movies the characters appeared in, but that just means the next half hour is all very tip-top shit. A robot and a killer GI Joe fighting a tiny, alien police officer in some duct work is the kind of thing you can't get wrong. Also a lot of really off-putting sex jokes from a baby doll.
Puppet Master is just over an hour and offers up the acting chops of Corey Feldman who defies expectations by never even trying to seem plausible or believable. It's like he's daring you to continue watching him and you will, if only to get to the next fart joke, of which there are several.
Dollman has a little more salt on it than Puppet Master, which seems to have been made for TV. Dollman busts out the F-Bombs (that's "fuck" to you and me) and also dedicates considerable airtime to an attempted toy rape, which is something probably no one ever needed to see. There's also an evil little person in it. Like, all the people in it are little, but one of the handful of regular-sized people is a little person. Did that makes sense? It does in the movie.
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Or maybe it was all the acid I was on. Hard to be sure.