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||IMDB Rating: 3.3/10 from 787 votes
||Release: 16 December 2003 (USA) /
||Genre: Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi
||Director: Charles Band,
||Stars: Brigitta Dau, Emily Harrison, George 'Buck' Flower, George Peck, Gordon Currie, Guy Rolfe, Ian Abercrombie, Jack Donner, Jacob Witkin, Josh Green, Kate Orsini, Richard Lynch, Sage Allen, Stephen Blackehart, William Hickey
||Synopsis: Peter Hertz tells a woman the past stories about the puppets, but she secretly wants to kill them.
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The Puppet Master movies were among the best movies ever produced by
Full Moon Entertainment in the early 90s. They were about a group of
living Puppets who followed the orders of their master, the main
concept was that if the master was good, the puppets were good and used
their skills for good, but if the master was evil, the puppets were
evil killers. The movies were of good quality but when Full Moon's
budget started to be lower, the movies' quality went downhill, with bad
effects and awful scripts. The Puppet Master series was severely
affected by all this. A shame indeed, because from being one of their
best series, it ended in the lowest of the low.
To end quickly, the Puppet Master storyline was a chaos with the only
things that tied the movies together were the Puppets and its original
master, Andre Toulon. The rest of the characters had been forgotten,
changed or disappeared with no explanation. So Charles Band, the mind
behind most of Full Moon Entertainment successes and failures gives us
"Puppet Master: The Legacy" as a way to fix the problems of the series
and finally putting an end to his beloved story.
In "Legacy", we find Peter Hertz, the boy who as child during World War
II was helped by Andre Toulon and escaped with him from Nazi Germany.
Now, named Eric Weiss (played by Jason Witkin), in the present, he has
finally discovered the fate of his friend after many years of lost
contact. In the Bodega Bay hotel he found Toulon's notes and his
beloved Puppets, but he was found by a mysterious woman named Maclain
(Kate Orsini) hired to find the Puppets and Toulon's secret.
The movie follows a discussion between the two of them, remembering
Toulon and his actions since he learned the secret of life, until his
death and rebirth. While Weiss remembers Toulon as a great man whose
life was destroyed by the Nazis, Maclain knows him as a mad psycho who
enslaved the puppets.
The movie works very well in terms of giving sense to the storyline,
trying to fix the enormous plot holes the series had. To do this, the
movie uses clips from all the Puppet Master movies, although this has
to do more with the fact that it had almost no budget than with a
The new material (barely 30 minutes) is well acted, and in fact is
better acted than most of the acting in the series. It really shows how
hard Band tried to fix his most successful series, as the clips from
previous movies are very good edited, and work better than watching the
entire awful movies (clips from Parts 4, 5 and Retro Puppet Master for
example). We also get to know the fate of characters from all the
movies, as they are mentioned in the conversations between Maclain and
As a fan, watching the movie was kind of sad, because it was very
obvious that this was a desperate attempt to fix a series that has been
badly damaged over the years; nevertheless, the effort is very
appreciated, because it finally gives a fitting conclusion to Full
Moon's best selling movies.
30 minutes and clips of previous movies is not my idea of a good movie,
but this movie is definitely a must see for every fan of the Puppet
Master series. 6/10
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, Emily Harrison
, George 'Buck' Flower
, George Peck
, Gordon Currie
, Guy Rolfe
, Ian Abercrombie
, Jack Donner
, Jacob Witkin
, Josh Green
, Kate Orsini
, Richard Lynch
, Sage Allen
, Stephen Blackehart
, William Hickey
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