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This DVD is pretty no frills. FULL SCREEN, Dolby 2.0, with english or spanish language, and no extras. The film itself is a bit grainy, and not the cleanest transfer. But, it's not much of a surprise considering this isn't one of the most popular doll films. Get it if you must own every killer doll movie made, otherwise, rent it on a night when you're doing a horror marathon with some other stronger titles.
The best scene is when the little girl is pushed to the grass, but the acting of her fellow classmates leaves much to be desired: Dakota Fannings, they're not.
When the killer is revealed in the conclusion, it will sadden you, and beckons for a sequel.
Excellent horror. I suggest it highly.
Entertaining low budget horror thriller that is also a psychological one as well! it's one of those movies that are kind of a puzzle movie on who is the killer, is it the kid or the puppet who is doing the killing? or is it schizophrania in the child? the acting is good for a b-movie and the puppet is quite a creepy little one.
The DVD is practically bareboned with no trailer or extras at all, just good picture with decent sound and a full screen presentation.
Also recommended: "Magic" ( 1978), " Trilogy of Terror", " Dolls", " The Shining", " Pin..", "May", " Dead of Night ( 1945)", "Child's Play series", " Dolly Dearest", " Devil Doll ( 1964)", " Se7en", " Silence of the Lambs", " Psycho ( 1960)", " Puppet Master", " Making Contact ( a.k.a. Joey)", " Evil Dead II", "Scream", " American Psycho", "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer", " Tourist Trap".
The review above here that demands more blood and killing.... well if that is what you watch the movie for, you'll be disappointed. The nightly news is bloodier... but if you like an eight year old female Freddy Kruger OR was it wooden puppet Chuckie AKA Pinocchio... its fine.
Pinocchio's Revenge is a pretty self-explanatory title. The film centers around a doll who is devoid of all reason, all logic. In fact, it compels a man to become a mass child murderer. His lawyer suspects that the Pinocchio doll the killer made for his son is ultimately responsible for the murders, but can't prove it. So she mistakingly brings the doll home. Pretty big error, wouldn't you burn that thing asap? To make matters worse, she piles it on to her daughter's birthday presents, then lets the little girl keep it. By this point, you're hoping you see Pinocchio flogging Mom within the next 5 minutes. From here, the writing is on the wall.Read more ›
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The film is so formula you can guess what will happen by reading the title. For those who have never seen "Chucky" or can't get enough of it, check this oldie but goodie... Read morePublished 6 months ago by The Movie Guy
If you like horror movies about haunted dolls this one is for you. I say it reminds me of Chucky and Dolly Dearest because it's Pinocchio. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Bryan
Its a ok movie. I'm a big horror fan. It could of been better but overall its not too bad. Not one of those movies u only watch once or start n never finish.Published 23 months ago by Brittany
This was a gift. I didn't view it; if it's anything like the cover, I probably won't ever see it.Published 23 months ago by Kansasmama