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Serving time for minor offense in a brutal women's detention center, Eva (Jessica Morris) finds herself at the mercy of the evil matron (Deb Snyder), a sadistic guard (Anthony Lee) and a gang led by Killa Kim (Meredith McClain). With all hope lost, Eva makes a midnight wish to a box of tiny South American Worry Dolls. The Dolls crawl into her ear at night, possessing her with the dark powers she needs to exact wicked vengeance on her tormentors.

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  • Directors: Charles Band
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Full Moon Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: February 12, 2008
  • Run Time: 80 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000ZYIRBK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #118,460 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Customer Reviews

The prison scenario is cliche.
THE MOVIE GUY
Although there are a couple of surprises along the way (the bad guard's secret, for example) this one follows the expected blueprint pretty much down the line.
Craig Edwards
She takes vengeance on all those who wronged her, and then the movie just kind of loses track of her.
Bud Bundy

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Craig Edwards on March 12, 2010
Format: DVD
Dangerous Worry Dolls (2008) Producer/director Charles Band (Evil Bong) dips into his "possessed plaything" well once again for this horror flick. We start right off with an opening shot of Eva (Jessica Morris - Dead Man's Hand) getting slammed into a wall by her tormentors, leaving it up to us to play catch-up for a few seconds to realize we're in a women's prison and Eva is going to be our protagonist. She's no angel, having committed a robbery with some cohorts that left someone dead, but now she just wants to serve her time and get back to life on the outside with her daughter. So, she's in this very standard issue women's prison, with evil inmates, a sadistic guard, and a completely unsympathetic warden. Luckily her daughter gives her a box of tiny worry dolls to put under her pillow and take all her cares away. Unluckily, these worry dolls are supernatural, and crawl into her ear while she's sleeping, (!) the better to take over her personality and give her a new outlook on life. And death, too, as in killing all her enemies. Although there are a couple of surprises along the way (the bad guard's secret, for example) this one follows the expected blueprint pretty much down the line. It's not a bad little movie, but still feels a bit like missed opportunities. The idea is wackily wonderful, and the sight of Eva with her forehead split open and a tiny worry doll poking out and glaring at her victim is really cool, but the micro budget, allowing for just a few actors and only a smidgen of action, means this one doesn't end up the small gem it could have been had everything been on a slightly larger scale. But it's still watchable, especially if you make the second half of a "drive in double feature" with something maybe a bit bigger in scope.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sid the Elf on April 7, 2009
Format: DVD
If you find yourself searching for a legitimate horror flick and come across any Full Moon production you most likely will be very let down. However if you are in the market for a low budget b disaster then Full Moon is the bull to rev your engine. Anything in their vast catalog couldn't have cost more then $1000 to make. The acting is always terrible, the special effects are hilarious, and the plots usually go nowhere. For us this is simply perfect. It falls into that our favorite category of "so bad it's good," and we couldn't be more appreciative to Full Moon for the b they provide. It's given us years of laughs and entertainment and seems as if it will never stop.

The film is centered around a female prisoner Eva as she is harassed on a daily basis. Fellow inmates, officers, and even the warden abuse this girl non-stop (which parallels to Lock Up perfectly). One afternoon Eva aka the female Leone is visited by her 10 year old daughter who brings her a gift. They are called worry dolls which will solve your problems if you put them under your pillow at night. She decides to give it a try and wakes up a different person. She all of a sudden becomes uber tough and begins exacting her revenge. Turns out one of the "Worry Dolls" embedded itself in her skull and now controls her moves. She winds up taking out everyone that's caused her any grief. The best scene had to be when Eva electrocutes the Warden with some $5 jumper cables from Walmart followed by some insanely bad special effects that looked like computerized sparks. It would have been better if they hooked up a few sparklers to the warden and let them burn down. The film finally ends with Eva being put in solitary confinement where she probably was forced to say Leone 510 when the flashing light cam on.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Bud Bundy VINE VOICE on April 18, 2008
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This is one of those movies where you watch the trailer and think it's going to be really sexy. Then you see the movie and realize that you've already seen all the sexy parts in the trailer. Basically, a girl is in prison, picked on by her fellow inmates, abused by the warden, raped by a guard, and befriended by the dumb girl. Women in Prison 101 kinda stuff. But with very little nudity. What an odd thing to leave out, the single reason most people sit through these things. Anyhow, the girl's daughter comes to visit her and gives her some worry dolls. She's supposed to tell them her worries, then put them under her pillow. When she wakes up in the morning, all her worries will be gone. She wakes up in the morning with one of the dolls living in her forehead. She takes vengeance on all those who wronged her, and then the movie just kind of loses track of her. Is she saved? Vindicated? Dunno. They just move on to the dumb girl who has taken possession of the dolls, as if the main character didn't matter anymore.

Overall, very average stuff. Rent it if you like Charles Band's stuff, though this isn't one of his better ones.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on January 25, 2013
Format: DVD
Eva (Jessica Morris) is in prison and wants to go straight. She is bullied and abused. Her daughter while visiting her gives her some tiny worry dolls. These dolls enter her head through her ear and takes control over her while manifesting themselves as a big zit in the middle of her forehead which on occasion opens up to reveal a tiny miniature bloody skull.

The acting is fairly bad. The prison scenario is cliche. The horror aspect was more of a joke. Not bad enough to be in the Ed Wood category, and not good enough to pass as worthwhile entertainment. This is part of a 20 Horror DVD set available at Wal Mart for $5.00. Might be worth a free Prime watch if you are desperate for bad entertainment and stoned.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, Full frontal shower nudity, off screen rape with object.
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