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  • Actors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, NTSC, Original recording remastered, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: FULL MOON FEATURES
  • DVD Release Date: November 20, 2012
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008NNSE6I
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #98,092 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

Those nasty little puppets are back to wreak more havoc and take care of some unfinished business. Joined by Torch, the newest member of the sinister troupe, the puppets exhume their beloved creator Toulon and gather the brain matter that keeps them alive. But the Puppet Master has a deadly plan of his own....

Customer Reviews

Recommended to all horror fans!
Blade
The human characters are unfortunately not as interesting as the ones in the original, but the puppets hold up the movie.
CJ
At first it seems like a rehashing of the first movie, but ends up throwing some interesting plot points around.
Stanley Runk

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Stanley Runk VINE VOICE on July 12, 2008
Format: DVD
It was inevitable, wasn't it? You knew damn well while watching the first film that there would be more. It's a good thing though coz Puppet Master 2 is pretty good.
A group of paranormal investigators come to the abandoned Bodega Inn to research the wild claims made by the surviving psychic of the first film. Naturally the puppets are still hanging around. However, this time the puppets have managed to resurrect their master, Andre Toulon. We now find out that the secret elixir that gives life is a greenish muck made from human brains. The puppets need Toulon to create more of this mixture to bring life back to the ailing Jester doll, and they happily supply the brains needed for the brew. Toulon has other plans. The leader of the paranormal investigators, Carolyn, bears a striking resemblance to Toulon's deceased wife and he becomes smitten with her. He parades around the hotel in a bandaged Invisible Man getup waiting for his chance to get her.
By God, can Carolyn's new beau save her from being turned into a creepy looking mannequin??
While not as good as the first film, Puppet Master 2 is still a fun ride. At first it seems like a rehashing of the first movie, but ends up throwing some interesting plot points around. The investigators eventually get pushed to the back burner and the film focuses more on Toulon and his interaction with the puppets. The puppet FX are done once again by David Allen, who now also steps into the director's chair. A new puppet with a blowtorch arm is introduced, appropriately named Torch. Most screen time seems to be reserved for him and Blade, the rest of the puppets aren't shown as much as before. The film's a tad gorier than the first one as well.
What it really boils down to is if you liked the tone, mood, quirkiness and characters established in the first movie, there's really no reason why you wouldn't find this an entertaining movie.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mike Sehorn on October 5, 2014
Format: DVD
Less than two years after the release of the original Puppet Master, Full Moon Features turned the story into a franchise with the release of a very satisfying sequel. More so than its predecessor, this second installment fits the archetypical B-movie label by indulging far more in its calling cards - more puppets, more slayings, more weirdness - but without sacrificing any of the last film's technical qualities.

The story: a group of parapsychologists enter the Bodega Bay Inn to investigate the murder of its last owner and the claims of a madman. In the process, they discover not only the murderous clan of puppets, but also their reanimated creator (Steve Welles), who is determined to create more of his miraculous animation fluid through the harvesting for human brain tissue.

The only area wherein "Puppet Master II" falls short of its predecessor is in the characterization of most of its human players, for while the first movie didn't make its main characters particularly interesting, at least they were all built on solid introductions, whereas here, they're mostly just dropped in your lap and left there, save for the odd romantic angle. The one performer who manages to ascend this is Steve Welles in his role as Andre Toulon: though he spends most of the movie wearing bandages and heavy prosthetics, his presence penetrates the makeup and makes his scenes the most interesting, even when he spends many of them delivering monologues to the puppets.

The puppets are all looking good, too. The introduction of the "Torch" character adds another layer of lethality to their group, and their increased onscreen exposure is welcome.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Blade on October 1, 2005
Format: VHS Tape
In this sequel to the 1989 'B movie, "Puppet Master", Steve Weeles takes the role of Andre Toulon, who's been brought back to life by his puppets! This time, a group of professionals in the study of the paranormal have come to the Bodega Bay Inn to investigate the events that took place in the first film. Little do they know that Toulon's puppets are still running rampant, killing anyone and everyone who they meet up with! Along the way, they collect brain tissue for a serum in order for them and their master to live forever!

Meanwhile, Toulon finds an interest in young, Carolyn Bramwell (Elizabeth Maclellan) since she resembles a fair amount of his wife, Elsa Toulon, who was murdered during WWII. Now, Carolyn must escape from the Boedga Bay Inn and Toulon's clutches before it's too late!

Definately a well done follow-up to the original film and one of the best in the series! However, it isn't quite as good as the original "Puppet Master" or even, "Puppet Master III: Toulon's Revenge"! On the other hand, we DO get to see the return of favorites: Tunneler, Pin Head, Leech Woman, Blade, and the newest addition, Torch, a puppet made of metal with the ability to breathe fire at unsuspecting victims! (The scene with the Torch and the little kid is one of the funniest I've seen) What's also nice about "Puppet Master II" is that it carries the same style to horror and suspense as the original and some of the death scenes are a bit better! But keep in mind, if you're in the mood for an academy award winner, look elsewhere! Like all the movies in the 'Puppet Master' series, "Puppet Master II" is a solid 'B movie, though it manages to entertain and keep you scared! Recommended to all horror fans!
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