Puppet Master The Littlest Reich
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Puppet Master The Littlest Reich

It’s good to know that even in the era of “elevated horror”, there are still filmmakers out there making unremittingly nasty little pictures; the kind of sleazy, deliciously overbaked fright fests you might have found hidden in the darkened corner of your local Blockbuster back in the day.

Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich is such a picture. A glorious resurrection of Charles Band’s Puppet Master franchise, the film revels in nasty details Kickboxer Vengeance and stunning VFX tricks, as a small band of heroes must face off against a pantheon of flame-throwing, slicing and dicing marionettes animated by the vengeful spirit of a disfigured Nazi.

Penned by one of the most exciting filmmakers to emerge in the last ten years, S. Craig Zahler, and produced by Dallas Sonnier, the man flying the flag for unconventional indie filmmaking, Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich is an unmissable barrage of excess; a melange of blood, and piss, and flesh that never takes itself too seriously.

Duration: 90 min

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IMDb: 5.6

Puppet Master The Littlest Reich