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Puppet Master: Axis Of Evil

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In a stateside hotel during the height of World War II, young DANNY COOGAN dreams of joining the war effort. Following the murder of hotel guest Mr. Toulon by Nazi assassins, Danny finds the old man's crate of mysterious PUPPETS and is suddenly thrust into a battle all his own. He discovers that Nazis MAX and KLAUS, along with beautiful Japanese saboteur OZU, plan to attack a secret American manufacturing plant. After his family is attacked and his girlfriend BETH is kidnapped, it is up to Danny and the living deadly Puppets to stop this Axis of Evil....

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  • Actors: Jenna Gallaher, Taylor M. Graham, Tom Sandoval, Levi Fiehler
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Full Moon Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: July 27, 2010
  • Run Time: 83 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003HI3B30
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #71,221 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Puppet Master: Axis Of Evil" on IMDb

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By Sharon R. Andrews on June 3, 2012
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I watch Puppet Master movies to see puppets kicking some butt. Forty-five minutes into this film, the puppets have only appeared three times in new scenes, twice for less than a minute (Pinhead and Jester), and once for about a minute long sequence where Blade sticks a Nazi in the calf. A long sequence early in the movie simply regurgitates PM1 where Blade is racing against the Gestapo to warn his master of the danger. Been there, done that. I'm sure it is cheaper to film human actors yakking endlessly about their problems than to pose or computer generate the puppets, but the franchise has been successful, so I fail to see why they have to recycle cuts from the older(and better)installments and why they insist on writing such bad and cliched dialogue for the human actors.
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The Puppet Master films had fallen on hard times. Stop Motion artist David Allen had passed, budgets had decreased, and Full Moon's flagship franchise was reduced to glorified clip shows (The Legacy) or non-canon SyFy original movies (Vs Demonic Toys). It seems in recent years, however, that Charles Band is trying to bring the fun back to series and holding it in the high regard that it deserves.
Arguably, the best entry in the series to date has been Part 3, which found The Puppet Master, Andre Toulon, in WWII fighting off the Nazis in a prequel set before most of the other films. Axis of Evil is set in that time just after Toulon has killed himself at the Bodega Bay Inn (as seen in Part 1) and we follow the new Puppet Master, Danny Coogan (Levi Fiehler), a young man with a Polio-caused limp that impedes him from enlisting. Soon though, he discovers not only Toulon's puppets, but also a group of Nazi and Japanese spies on US soil plotting to blow up the arms factory where his girlfriend works. It's up to Danny and the puppets to take on the Axis of Evil and save his girlfriend.
Watching this film, it is very clear that all parties involved are trying to bring the franchise back to it's former glory. Part 3's director, David DeCoteau, returns and brings the same style to the series that he brought to his earlier film and the casting is outstanding. Fiehler shines as Danny in probably the best leading role in the series next to Guy Rolfe in part 3. He brings a real heart to the film and you almost forget that you're watching a direct- to-video sequel about Nazi fighting puppets.
The only element that makes the film suffer are the puppets themselves. With a lower budget, I'm sure it was impossible to employ stop motion like in the good old days.
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When Charles Band and his Full Moon company delivered the very worst entry into their most famous franchise in 2003 and couldn't find it in their own budget to produce a crossover flick in 2004, it seemed as though the "Puppet Master" series was finally laid to rest for good. Then, six years later, another sequel appeared, full of potential...and then only marginally raised the standard of the last official film. I wish I could write a more triumphant review of the Puppets' comeback, but those past mistakes which the movie alleviates are just replaced by other ones, slightly less damning. It's a step up, but not enough of one to warrant a new movie.

The story: following the suicide of Andre Toulon, his Puppets are taken by a disabled woodworker (Levi Fiehler, Fetching) who will need to use them to thwart the attempt of a Nazi agent (Tom Sandoval, Vanderpump Rules) to destroy a local munitions factory.

I know that Full Moon is a studio not known for its subtlety, but I really, really hate this screenplay. The story itself is okay, but writer Domonic Muir (Critters) makes himself responsible for some of the most ham-fisted dialogue I have ever heard. I wish I had a quarter for every time that the protagonist laments his unfitness to enlist in the military "because I'm a damn cripple!
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This franchise just isn't getting any better.

We return to the Bodega Bay Inn in 1939, when Andre Toulon commits suicide before being captured by the Nazis who have so desperately sought the secret of eternal life which animates his puppets. A young fan of Toulon's puppet work, Danny recovers Toulon's puppets and learns how to animate them with the magical serum.

Director David DeCoteau (Curse of the Puppet Master, Puppet Master III: Toulon's Revenge, Retro Puppet Master) hasn't done much good for this franchise since its third installment. Here, he directs a less zany story than parts 4 through 7, which serves as a promising return to the original franchise standard. Danny finds himself protecting Toulon's secrets while trying to prevent the Nazis and Japanese from destroying an American weapons factory. This is all fine, but far too much time is spent focusing on Danny, the Nazis and the Japanese and far too little screen time is afforded to the puppets, which, last time I checked, is why I'm watching this! I'd rather have a terrible story and more puppet action...like in Curse of the Puppet Master.

Our hardly featured puppets include Blade (parts 1-2, 4-8), Leech Woman (parts 1-3, 6-8), Pinhead (9 movie veteran), Tunneler (9 movie veteran) and Jester (9 movie veteran). When Danny opens the puppet chest we see a few others (not featured in previous movies) that receive no screen time or explanation. Danny also creates a new puppet with the soul of a loved one--it's a little ninja with throwing stars. The effects (or lack thereof) behind the puppets' movement is perhaps the worst in the franchise. When the 20 year old franchise opener has better special effects than the most recent entry (part 9), something is terribly wrong. Folks are getting lazy!
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