Decapitron has his main
demon totem destroyed as he performs a
cult ceremony to create a puppet for
himself to release on the world.
Meanwhile, Rick Myers (Gordon Currie) is
in prison and questioned by the Dr.
Jennings (Ian Ogilvy) and a Detective
(Ron O'Neal) about the murder of his
friend Cameron and is then released but
is having nightmares on his friend Lauren
(Teresa Hill) whom is in a coma in a
hospital and then awakens. He discovered
that one of Toulon's puppets named Blade
tagged along in his bag when he arrived
home and finds out that there is still
trouble so him and his girlfriend Susie
(Chandra West) goes back to the Bogeda
Bay Inn to put an end to Decapitron's
Meanwhile, Dr. Jennings brings three
goons to look for Toulon's puppets oping
to get rich quick in which he plans to
sell their secrets as implements of war.
They break into the Inn but discover that
not only are the puppets residing there
but more totems and other evil creatures
roaming around and killing any living
thing that enters there.
Rick and Susie may have to risk their
necks in order to save Jennings as well
as themselves but Jennings is becoming
very greedy and can be dangerous.
There's a good moment with Rick Myers sitting there in his prison
uniform along with his voice over during
the flashback sequence on the previous
Good shots on him along with Dr. Jennings and a detective by questioning him in a room which was decently made on
two people trying to get anything out of
We spot a good shot on the puppet Blade
looking around and then a great camera
shot running towards a beg.
There's a good moment with Rick running
into Susie's arms and
kissing one another along with a good
shot of them making out in their bed
A perfect horror shot on a
bathtub filled with bloody water and toys
in it along with a shot on Lauren acting almost erected like with pinhead
drilling her head and opening her eyes
looking evil like and then a great
surprise wake up shot on Rick in his bed. Then we get a good shot on
him looking surprised with a shot on
Blade crawling up to his bed and a good
moment with him talking to
this alive puppet about what to do to
There's some good moments with Lauren's in her hostpial bed rising up and
We also have many perfect shots in the
cave with the Decapitron figure doing a
cult ceremony with a dead totem as it
looked cheesy but enjoyable.
There's also a corny but very interesting
situation on Dr. Jennings with
three goons breaking into the mansion
where Toulon resided and trying to steal
A terrfic shot on Jason looking in a container and then a shot on
a totem leaping out which almost makes
you jump in which these shots were very
similar in the previous sequel.
shots on the totems attacking as well as
a camera rolling in on Scott lying on the
We see a good fighting sequence between Dr. Jennings and Rick in an
elevator in the mansion which looked like
quite a good struggle.
Many terrific camera shots
between the army of puppets and Dr. Jennings being cornered acting nervous and then
Then we have the final battle between the
puppets and the totems once again but
this was more powerfully done with
the terrific camera shots and effects
along with a great raging reaction on Rick and Susie.
A real perfect shot looking up on Rick after stepping on a
Next there's a nice shot on Susie jogging and later on having a conversation
with Rick and Lauren.
There's also a good shot on Toulon speaking telling them that the battle is
Bottom line is that this marks to be
one of the best out of the Puppet
Master series with plenty of
great special effects, action and
suspense too. There's plenty of terrific scenery in the
film like the dimensions of Decapitron
with his evil doing's along with some
misty effects there too. There's also
some crafty dream and hallucination
sequences giving it a good dark horror
effect to the story.
To top it all off there's a perfect
ending to the story which was necessary
since this one was titled the final
chapter of the whole series but of course
it doesn't come to an end as we get to
see Curse of the Puppet Master.
The acting is
quite good as Gordon Currie
(Rick Myers) reprises his role and still pulled his
role off well along with his attitude
like a true warrior battling against
those creatures and his enemies.
Chandra West (Susie) also seemed to put more
energy into her role than in the previous
one and also knew how to get anxious
quite well with the terrors going on.
Ogilvy (Dr. Jennings) does his job well as a
scumbag doctor in the film ttrying to be
deceiving too in which I give him two
Teresa Hill (Lauren) returns as well but
mainly in a coma in a hospital bed but
really knew how to scream as well as look
evil in some dream sequences too. She looked good acting intense
almost behaving like she's having a
seisure in her hospital bed. She
really stood out in her role.
It's nice to see b-film veteran Duane
Whitaker (Scott) play a supporting role in
this film and does well with his bad ass
attitude. He's often typecast playing
these types of roles. Does well trying to look
around for the puppets with him battling
a totem and later on is good in a kitchen
area of the mansion and picking up a
rolling pin and sneering nastily while
looking for the totems.
There's a cameo on the late Ron
O'Neal (Detective) as he really knew his craft
playing a detective in the film but of
course he often played these types of
roles in his heyday.
drilling Lauren's head in a bathtub
during a dream sequence with some blood
Some bloody scratches by the creatures as
well as them being blown up along with
some violent bloodsheds.
Richard Band brought
back the traditional theme song for the
opening and closing credits way to go!
There's the odd neat chiming sounds
played on the keyboard mostly remembered
in a moment when the character Rick Myers
types on the computer trying to find
help. There's some new classical composing too
with some violin and trumpet playing for
the puppet battling. We also have some nice keyboard piano
playing towards close to the end of the
film with the character Susie having a
jog outside in the sun.