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  • Actors: Shirley T. Jones
  • Studio: Hollywood Home Theatre
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0019NEAW6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #996,859 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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A woman buys a doll at a magic shop. Unbeknownst to her, the doll is possessed by an evil spirit, and it proceeds to take her over

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By vagranttrees on December 25, 2012
Changed my outlook on life in a way that cannot be described. You just have to watch it yourself to understand
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By A. Griffiths on August 9, 2013
Black Devil Doll from Hell has gained something of a cult following but think carefully before paying large sums of money to obtain it - it's not worthy of any serious investment. It is, however totally, hysterically, funny entertainment.

Shot on home video without a budget using home locations and presumably friends and family as actors, the story tells of a cursed doll, that when purchased, grants it's owner any wish, but this service obviously comes at a price. And the star of our tale, meek, church- going Helen, is about to find out what that is! Helen spies the doll in a curiosity shop one day and is compelled to buy it, despite the shop owner's doom-laden warnings. On getting the doll home, she makes a place for it in the toilet (!?) and then the terror begins, as Helen first starts to be visited by weird hallucinations about the doll coming to life - and then it actually does come to life and subjects her to a "puppet sex attack"!

Now already this sounds absurd, not to mention very sleazy, but as the film is so amateurish, you can only laugh at the proceedings rather than anything else. Everything is played straight, in fact the actress playing Helen does her best to contribute a performance of sorts - but it's all for nothing as once the Black Devil Doll himself starts to wake up, you'll forget about any realism at all. Basically, the doll is a commercially bought ventriloquist's puppet with a Rick James style hairstyle, and when he comes to life, he's pretty much animated in the same way (ie, with a stage hand's arm up him, waggling him about). The scenes in which the puppet assaults Helen are what this film is famous for and you may have to pinch yourself to know that what you are seeing has actually been committed to film.
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3 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Bart Fargo on September 14, 2009
Where does one start in describing this movie?? It makes "Manos-The Hands of Fate" look like "Plan 9".Not better,but more painful,if that's possible.This is about a religious woman who purchases the doll in some shop and it takes over her soul and her mind.The doll looks like a reggae version of Willie Tyler(of Willie Tyler and Lester fame),but talks like Chris Rock with a sore throat..The soundtrack is just a keyboard and it's played throughout the whole movie!! Almost constantly! The doll even has sex with the woman and she can't be satisfied with any other man.The opening credits go on for 6 minutes and the movie is a little over an hour...Even in the nightclub scene,you don't hear the real music the people are dancing to,but that damned keyboard!!! I can say for a fact that this movie IS worse than "Manos" by far!! The funniest part is when the doll talks,but that's the only entertaining part of the movie.It predates "Child's Play",but at least that movie had a budget!!! This movie looks like someone bought a video camera,got some friends together,had a Casio keyboard and a scipt and filmed it.That's probably how it happened..For bad movie buffs only,but buyer beware!! This movie is out there somewhere.I won't say where,but it is..I've seen it a year ago..Ugh!! You won't believe your eyes.
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