Puppet Master III: Toulon's Revenge

1991

Action / Fantasy / Horror / Sci-Fi / Thriller / War

35
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 54%
IMDb Rating 6.1 10 3009

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Sarah Douglas as Elsa Toulon
Ian Abercrombie as Dr. Hess
Aron Eisenberg as Peter Hertz
Richard Lynch as Major Kraus
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1hr 26 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by NotAnotherMovieCritic 6 / 10

B-movie gets a B-plus

The third part in the Puppet Master films is quite a surprise actually. It might even be better than the first in story telling! The acting is superb, the story is superb and the movie well...it's superb as well! This is actually a prequel to the original films, introducing the characters to us, including a new one named Six Shooter.

This film, without spoiling anything is about killing Nazi's who have destroyed the Puppet Master. It is a very interesting look at events from World War II.

A great installment in the series and well worth watching for the story alone!

Reviewed by ctomvelu1 7 / 10

The plot is a bit much for a PUPPET MASTER movie...

The most imaginative and best-acted title in the long-running PUPPETMASTER series, Part 3 is actually a prequel that details how Andrte Toulon came to create his puppets during the dark days of World War II. The Nazis wants to use Toulon's secrets to create an army of the undead, and that's when the fun begins. Toulon sics his killer puppets on the Nazis, to spectacularly bloody effect. The puppets are the good guys in this one. What also makes a huge difference here is the introduction of Guy "Mr. Sardonicus" Rolfe as Toulon, a role he would essay in two more sequels. Rolfe is a great Toulon, a charismatic and even sympathetic character who loves his deadly puppets as only a papa creator could. Rolfe lent an air of integrity and distinction to the series. Part 3 is a great little B-horror addition to the series that was shot on the Universal back lot instead of Europe to surprisingly solid effect. A must-see.

Reviewed by Gislef 7 / 10

The best in the series

Full Moon's attempt at a World War II flick on a low budget is ambitious. Yeah, the acting is a little wooden (what do you expect from puppets? heh), but Lynch, Wolfe, Abercrombie, and Gottell all do okay. Setting up Lynch's character as a puppet is a cute touch since Blade does look like him. This gives some background to the puppets, and sets them up as the potential good guys for subsequent sequels and to take advantage of their popularity. Overall, entertaining.

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