Puppet Master 5: The Final Chapter

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"Puppets Vs. An All New Evil!"
  • R
  • 1994
  • 1 hr 22 min
  • 5.0  (2,424)

Puppet Master 5: The Final Chapter is a 1994 horror-themed movie that is directed by Jeff Burr and stars a cast of talented actors such as Gordon Currie, Chandra West, Ian Ogilvy, and Teresa Hill. The movie follows the story of a group of psychics, who are tasked with stopping a puppet master from resurrecting his dead wife by bringing together the supernatural anti-puppet serum. The movie picks up where the fourth installment left off, with the introduction of a new group of psychics who are trying to uncover the secrets of the magical puppet master. The team includes Rick Myers (Gordon Currie), Lauren (Hill), Camille (West), and Eriquee Chaneé (Ogilvy). Lauren has the ability to communicate with the spirits of the dead and Camille is gifted with telekinesis, which means she can move objects with her mind. Eriquee has previous knowledge of the puppet master, and Rick is the latest addition to the team. The puppet master, Andre Toulon, resurfaces in the movie and is seeking to resurrect his dead wife, Elsa. He believes that he can bring her back to life using the supernatural anti-puppet serum, which has been separated into four pieces and hidden by Toulon himself. Toulon also has a team of his own, which includes the likes of Sutekh (Guy Rolfe), a powerful sorcerer, and his assistant, the female puppet named Decapitron. The movie is split into two simultaneous storylines that eventually converge in a dramatic climax. The first storyline follows the psychics as they try to track down the pieces of the anti-puppet serum before Toulon can get to them. They travel to different locations and encounter various obstacles along the way. One of the obstacles is the previous puppet master, who has turned to the dark side and now serves Toulon. The second storyline follows Toulon and his team as they try to acquire the serum pieces. They are in a race against time because as the serum pieces get closer to each other, they start to emit dangerous levels of energy, which could destroy the planet. The stakes are high, and the fate of the world hangs in the balance. The acting in the movie is quite good, and the characters are well written. The storyline is intriguing, with a lot of twists and turns, and the suspense is maintained throughout the movie. The puppets themselves are creepy and well-designed, and they add to the overall horror theme. In terms of the special effects, the movie features practical effects, which are impressive for a low-budget movie. The puppetry is well-done, and the movie makes clever use of camera tricks to create a sense of tension and suspense during the puppet attack scenes. The movie also features some impressive stop-motion animation that is used to bring the puppets to life. Overall, Puppet Master 5: The Final Chapter is a well-made movie that lives up to its name. The story and characters are engaging, and the horror element is well-done. The use of practical effects and innovative camera work adds to the overall quality of the movie, and the climax is a satisfying conclusion to the Puppet Master series. Fans of horror movies, puppets, and practical effects will definitely enjoy this movie.

Puppet Master 5: The Final Chapter
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Puppet Master 5: The Final Chapter is a 1994 horror-themed movie that is directed by Jeff Burr and stars a cast of talented actors such as Gordon Currie, Chandra West, Ian Ogilvy, and Teresa Hill. The movie follows the story of a group of psychics, who are tasked with stopping a puppet master from resurrecting his dead wife by bringing together the supernatural anti-puppet serum.

The movie picks up where the fourth installment left off, with the introduction of a new group of psychics who are trying to uncover the secrets of the magical puppet master. The team includes Rick Myers (Gordon Currie), Lauren (Hill), Camille (West), and Eriquee Chaneé (Ogilvy). Lauren has the ability to communicate with the spirits of the dead and Camille is gifted with telekinesis, which means she can move objects with her mind. Eriquee has previous knowledge of the puppet master, and Rick is the latest addition to the team.

The puppet master, Andre Toulon, resurfaces in the movie and is seeking to resurrect his dead wife, Elsa. He believes that he can bring her back to life using the supernatural anti-puppet serum, which has been separated into four pieces and hidden by Toulon himself. Toulon also has a team of his own, which includes the likes of Sutekh (Guy Rolfe), a powerful sorcerer, and his assistant, the female puppet named Decapitron.

The movie is split into two simultaneous storylines that eventually converge in a dramatic climax. The first storyline follows the psychics as they try to track down the pieces of the anti-puppet serum before Toulon can get to them. They travel to different locations and encounter various obstacles along the way. One of the obstacles is the previous puppet master, who has turned to the dark side and now serves Toulon.

The second storyline follows Toulon and his team as they try to acquire the serum pieces. They are in a race against time because as the serum pieces get closer to each other, they start to emit dangerous levels of energy, which could destroy the planet. The stakes are high, and the fate of the world hangs in the balance.

The acting in the movie is quite good, and the characters are well written. The storyline is intriguing, with a lot of twists and turns, and the suspense is maintained throughout the movie. The puppets themselves are creepy and well-designed, and they add to the overall horror theme.

In terms of the special effects, the movie features practical effects, which are impressive for a low-budget movie. The puppetry is well-done, and the movie makes clever use of camera tricks to create a sense of tension and suspense during the puppet attack scenes. The movie also features some impressive stop-motion animation that is used to bring the puppets to life.

Overall, Puppet Master 5: The Final Chapter is a well-made movie that lives up to its name. The story and characters are engaging, and the horror element is well-done. The use of practical effects and innovative camera work adds to the overall quality of the movie, and the climax is a satisfying conclusion to the Puppet Master series. Fans of horror movies, puppets, and practical effects will definitely enjoy this movie.

Puppet Master 5: The Final Chapter is a 1994 horror movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 22 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.0.

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  • Release Date
    1994
  • MPAA Rating
    R
  • Runtime
    1 hr 22 min
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    5.0  (2,424)