R | | Horror
A group of people stop by a mansion during a storm and discover two magical toy makers and their haunted collection of dolls.
The film originated with the poster image of a doll holding its own eyeballs and producer Charles Band's simplistic pitch of a movie about a killer doll. Writer Ed Naha was given total creative freedom, though producer Brian Yuzna was insistent that the poster art would correlate to a scene in the film.
What's the matter... afraid of the dark?
Judy Bower: No... afraid of what's in the dark.
After Enid smashes a doll face at the attic , another doll jumps to attack her, the strings and the stick are plainly visible.
and introducing Carrie Lorraine as Judy Bower
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