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The Haunted Dollhouse [3 Discs] [DVD]

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Synopsis

Skull Heads
Cult horror producer-director Charles Band presents another round of his patented, low-budget weirdness with the campy horror flick Skull Heads. When an eccentric clan living in virtual isolation in an Italian castle finds their family togetherness threatened by the arrival of three mysterious strangers, they summon up some supernatural protectors to fend off the barbarian invasions. ~ Sandra Bencic, Rovi

Dangerous Worry Dolls
Dollman vs. Demonic Toys
Full Moon Entertainment -- Charles Band's direct-to-video outfit -- tosses together elements from three of its film franchises for this loopy mix & match item. Tracy Scoggins returns as tough cop Judith Grey, who must confront the lethal, wise-cracking terror toys again when they reappear at the same defunct warehouse. When the toys' lecherous leader Baby Oopsy-Daisy kidnaps the diminutive nurse Ginger (reduced to 11 inches by the crazed alien villain of Bad Channels), Judith seeks the aid of Ginger's similarly-statured boyfriend, Dollman Brick Bardo (Tim Thomerson, a Charles Band fave), to rescue her and fight the mini-monsters on their own turf. Fun on its own merits, especially if viewed as a crossover comic book; indeed, Full Moon Comics has published a "Dollman" series as well. Band also deserves some credit for the sheer audacity of pulling this thing off -- given the ludicrous story elements -- and for keeping the weirdness zipping along at a brisk pace and breezy one-hour running time. ~ Cavett Binion, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Robin Sydney
    Robin Sydney
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    Samantha Light
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    Steve Kramer
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    Kim Argetsinger
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    Giacomo Gonnella
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