Puppet Master 3: Toulon’s Revenge (1991)

The strongest of the “Puppet Master” movies thus far, this prequel manages to survive being transplanted from modern times into Nazi-occupied Berlin of the 1940s, typically a recipe for a disgraceful re-imagining of the horrors of Nazi Germany. Instead, director David DeCoteau surprisingly manages to craft an engaging little yarn about love and revenge that benefits tremendously from the addition of Six-Shooter, a six-armed cowboy puppet that radiates malevolent energy, and the lead performance of Guy Rolfe (of 1987’s “Dolls”), who brings class and elegance to the proceedings.

Rating: ★★★ (out of 5)

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