26 December 2012 | BA_Harrison
More mediocre Full Moon madness.
Three rather mediocre Full Moon titles (Dollman, Demonic Toys and Bad Channels) get the Charles Band mash-up treatment, resulting—rather unsurprisingly—in yet another mediocre film: Dollman vs Demonic Toys (for some reason Bad Channels gets left out of the title).
This cheap and cheerful sci-fi/horror sees Dollman's miniature extraterrestrial lawman Brick Bardo (Tim Thomerson) teaming up with Bad Channel's gorgeous pint-size sex-pot Ginger (the very tasty Melissa Behr) to help Demonic Toys' tough cop Judith Gray (Tracy Scoggins) battle the evil toys at the Toyland warehouse.
It's very silly stuff, with a ropey script, wooden acting, iffy effects, and plenty of flashbacks from the previous films to pad out the timing, but fans of the earlier films might just about find enough to enjoy to make it warrant a watch (for me, it was busty beauty Behr that made the movie worthwhile, especially when her itsy-bitsy character was wearing her suitably itsy-bitsy bikini).
4.5 out of 10, rounded up to 5 for the badly animated but fun spider attack in the surprisingly decent over-sized kitchen set.