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Puppet Master vs. Demonic Toys

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Puppet Master vs. Demonic Toys is a 2004 crossover horror film based on the characters of David Schmoeller (Puppet Master) and David S. Goyer (Demonic Toys). The film is written by C. Courtney Joyner and directed by Ted Nicolaou. This film stars Corey Feldman as the great-grandnephew of Andre Toulon, and Vanessa Angel as the head of a toymaking factory who plans to dominate the world using its latest line of holiday products. According to Charles Band, this film is a non-canon film because it was not produced by him or his production company Full Moon Features. It was instead a made for TV film that debuted 18 December 2004 on NBC Universal's SyFy, a rare occasion for an established horror franchise film to be aired as such. the fans reaction was very negative. This is a movie in the vs series that brings both the Puppet Master's puppets against the Demonic Toys.


The puppets along with the formula are now in the ownership of Andre Toulon's great-grandnephew Robert Toulon and his daughter Alexandra. Robert and his daughter are both very brainy and very child-like and collect, fix and build dolls and puppets for a living. Ever since Robert inherited his great-grandfather's puppets he has been trying to create his own life force potion based on Toulon's diary entries using alcohol and blood (which according to Robert and Alex is sacred). One Christmas Eve Alex and Robert finally figure out how to make the potion and bring the puppets to life. Toulon explains to the awakened puppets who he is and they are quick to accept their new master.

Meanwhile an evil toy manufacturer Erica Sharpe was apparently a spoiled child with a father who owned a toy factory and would do anything for her. When she begged her father for him to get her toys that live, when he couldn't get them he tried to live up to his goal as a nice father and went to the length of getting in contact with Bael (the demon of wealth and profits) in which he made a deal to have toys that live in exchange for his soul. The toys which he was given were found in the darkest corners of hell and had previously raised a lot of havoc elsewhere. After Erica's father dies, the toy company is handed down to her. After getting fed up with her rude toy companions who fail to behave or follow any of her orders, she does some research and uncovers Andre Toulon's epic tale and learns of the living, loyal puppets who are now in the hands of a former employee at her toy factory that she fired Robert Toulon. She has had a secret spy camera in the Toulon residence for a long time and after watching Robert and Alex finally find the formula and bring them to life, she orders a team of thieves to break into the Toulon residence and retrieve the puppets, but when they do the puppets put up a fight and the workshop is set ablaze where the puppets are burnt by the accident from Six Shooter.

Robert fixes up the puppets with new cyborg parts and powerful new weapons which will come very much in handy.Meanwhile, Erica leads a girl into her trap, by convincing her to open a Jack in the box, only to find out it is Jack Attack. The girl is then tortured by the toys, making Oopsie Daisy rip open her shirt and bite at her breasts. She is then lead to a iron maiden, and forced in there. Ericas servants activate the trap, and the spikes move forward and kill her. Her blood goes into a well which triggers a demon. Erica becomes bored of life and has another evil plan up her sleeve, using the help of a certain demon she mass-markets demonic toys which appear harmless on the outside, but on Christmas Day all the toys will awaken and kill. When Bael learns of Erica's obsession towards Robert Toulon's puppets he remembers that centuries ago a doctor by the name of Shaun Paul Toulon made a deal with him that he'd hand over his soul for the secrets of alchemy but after Bael came to collect the soul it had apparently wandered deep into a black forest and become lost and entangled with an ancient oak. That very tree was the one Andre Toulon used to carve his first retro puppets.

Still being a selfish unforgivable demon like Bael, Sean Paul Toulon's debt still needs to be paid off so he makes a deal with Erica that in exchange of Alex Toulon's life he will let her keep the Toulon puppets and bring all the evil toys to life. Robert Toulon discovers the spy camera and has the idea that the thieves who broke into his workshop are connected with Sharpe toys, he goes over to the factory to see what is going on, there he is ambushed by an evil living Baby doll (Baby Oopsie-Daisy). On Toulon's return he discovers his daughter has been kidnapped. Robert assist the help of a friendly police officer Sargent Jessica Russell who on Christmas Day with the puppets break into Sharpe toys and have a final fight with Erica Sharpe and her demonic minions and Toulon and his loyal puppets. The demonic toys are no match for the puppets and quickly dispatched.

Robert frees his daughter from the hands of her evil kidnappers and at sunrise Erica fails to live up to her deal to bring Alex Toulon to Bael so instead of bringing the toys to life he takes Erica back to his kingdom in hell where she will become his loyal slave for all eternity, after that, Pinhead was wounded and soon dies after a moment. Saving the day and perhaps the world, the Toulons, their puppets and Jessica head off into the sunrise singing and going out for a Christmas dinner. At the end Baby Oopsy Daisy somehow survived in the well and says "Merry Christmas my ass, and a crappy New Year!" He then pops down.


Puppets & Toys


Full Moon's original 1993 teaser poster.

  • Neither Full Moon Features nor Charles Band had any involvement in the production of the film, although the usual Puppet Master screenwriters are credited with penning its script.
  • Because Puppet Master vs. Demonic Toys is not a Full Moon production, the puppets used in the film are all noticeably different replicas produced for the film, Blade being the closest to the Full Moon versions.
  • An early version was to be made by Full Moon (possibly in 1993) with a different plot and would also featured Torch and Mr. Static but was scrapped. It should also be noted that it would've been the original Puppet Master 4.
  • This movie is a non-canon witch means it does not connects to any of the puppet master movies or not part of them.
  • This is the only movie Tunneler does not appear in.
  • Tunneler and Leech Woman do not appear in this movie possibly because it was written to follow Puppet Master II where both of them were destroyed.
  • Fullmoon Pictures originally set out to use a bunch of new Cyber Puppets for the movie. Toys were made - but were never released.
  • An unused story-line involved a girl buying the puppets from eBay and storing them in the Toyland Warehouse with the demonic toys.
  • Although this movie is non-cannon, there is references to Puppet Master III: Toulon's Revenge



Information from IMDB

Directed by 

Ted Nicolaou

Writing Credits  

C. Courtney Joyner ... (written by) (as Courtney Joyner)
Charles Band ... (characters) (uncredited)
David Schmoeller ... (characters) (uncredited)
David S. Goyer ... (characters) (uncredited)
Kenneth J. Hall ... (characters) (uncredited)


[1] Corey Feldman ... Robert Toulon
[2] Vanessa Angel ... Erica Sharpe
[3] Danielle Keaton ... Alex Toulon
[4] Silvia Suvadová ... Sgt. Jessica Russell
[5] Nikolai Sotirov ... Julian
[6] Dessislava Maicheva ... Christina
[7] Velizar Binev ... Mayor
[8] Angelina Hadjimitova ... Claudia
[9] Christopher Bergschneider ... Bael (as Anton Falk)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
[10] Jodi Nelson-Tabor ... News Reporter (uncredited)
[11] Paul Rawson ... Josh (uncredited)

Produced by 

Charles Band ... executive producer
Alan B. Bursteen ... associate producer (as Alan Bursteen)
Cindy Carroll ... supervising producer
Sven Clement ... executive producer
Jeff Franklin ... executive producer / producer
Cary Glieberman ... co-producer
Jan Korbelin ... executive producer
Donald Kushner ... executive producer
Bob Perkis ... producer
Philip von Alvensleben ... executive producer
Jörg Westerkamp ... producer

Music by 

Peter Bernstein

Cinematography by 

David Worth ... director of photography

Film Editing by 

Terry Kelley

Production Design by 

George Costello

Art Direction by 

Ognyan Ognyanov ... (as Ognian Ognianov)

Set Decoration by 

Kristina Nikolova

Costume Design by 

Katya Ivanova

Makeup Department 

Daniela Avramova ... first assistant makeup artist
Petya Simeonova ... key makeup artist (as Petia Simeonova)
Yana Stoyanova ... special makeup effects artist
Mark Shostrom ... key sculptor (uncredited)

Production Management 

Barbara Kearney ... executive in charge of production: Screenvest P4 Produktions
Kai Schürmann ... production supervisor (as Kai Schümann)
Alexander Peytchev ... unit production manager (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Victoria Angelova ... second assistant director
Gary Jones ... second unit director
Tiny Wright ... assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department 

Tommy Estridge ... assistant production designer
Bojidar Evtov ... construction coordinator (as Bojidar Evtimov)
Andrey Filchev ... assistant props
Anton Iliev ... art department assistant
Vladimir Mitev ... props master
Kristian Stoyanov ... lead set dresser

Sound Department 

George R. Groves Jr. ... post-production sound (as George Groves)
Tsvetan Kadiiski ... boom operator (as Tzvetan Kadiiski)
Jamie Lin ... post-production sound
Ivaylo Natzev ... sound mixer
George R. Groves Jr. ... adr mixer (uncredited) / supervising sound editor (uncredited)

Special Effects by 

Wayne Beauchamp ... pyrotechnician
Christopher Bergschneider ... special effects coordinator
Miglena Bogdanova ... puppeteer / special effects crew
Jeffrey S. Farley ... special effects designer (as Jeff Farley) / special effects supervisor (as Jeff Farley)
Bud McGrew ... mechanical supervisor
Yana Stoyanova ... puppeteer / special effects crew

Visual Effects by 

Mike Bundlie ... senior visual effects supervisor (uncredited)
Adam Clark ... titles (uncredited)
Pauline Gallimard ... visual effects supervisor (uncredited)
Heidi Launer ... visual effects producer (uncredited)
Gretchen McNelis ... titles (uncredited)


Raicho Vasilev ... stunt coordinator
Todor Lazarov ... utility stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department 

Andrej Certov ... camera operator: "a" camera (as Andrey Chertov)
Lyubomir Dimitrov ... loader (as Liubomir Dimitrov)
Lyudmil Dimitrov ... electrician (as Liudmil Dimitrov)
Ivailo Genchev ... best boy
Sascia Ippoliti ... steadicam operator (as Sasha Ipolitti)
Vasil Kamenov ... electrician
Todor Kostov ... gaffer
Martin Kotev ... electrician
Mihail Kotev ... second assistant camera
Lazar Lazarov ... first assistant camera
Svetoslav Mihaylov ... camera trainee
Rumen Mitev ... epk (as Rumen Mitov)
Philip Penev ... electrician
Rumen Yanev ... still photographer
Georgi Yankov ... video assistant (as Joro Yankov)
Anton Bakarski ... director of photography: second unit (uncredited)
Vasil Galabov ... key grip (uncredited)
Lyubomir Hristoskov ... grip (uncredited)
Tsvetan Kostov ... grip (uncredited)

Casting Department 

Ani Kalcheva ... casting: BG (as Ana Kalcheva)
Georgi Gatzov ... casting assistant (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

Valentina Germanova ... puppet wardrobe designer
Elitsa Taseva ... costume supervisor (uncredited)

Editorial Department 

Ramy Katrib ... digital post-production
Edvin Megrabyan ... on-line editor (as Edvin Mehrabyan)
Henry Santos ... colorist
Scott S. Parker ... additional editor (uncredited)
Steve Steinhart ... additional editor (uncredited)
Todor G. Todorov ... colorist (uncredited)

Location Management 

Bono Bonev ... location manager
Melanie Tooker ... location coordinator

Script and Continuity Department 

Milena Mihaylova ... script supervisor
Boryana Stambolieva ... script supervisor: second unit

Transportation Department 

Nickolay Georgiev ... transportation captain (as Kikolay Georgiev)
Marian Kostov ... transportation coordinator

Other crew 

Diana Battista ... assistant financial affairs
Thomas Becker ... legal affairs
Steven Blumenthal ... extra
Josef Brandmaier ... financial consultant
Stefan Chanev ... production accountant
Nadine Deckensattl ... production assistant
Assia Dobreva ... translator
Thorsten Felscher ... financial affairs
Thomas Fischer ... legal affairs
Nedko Gatzov ... medic
Michelle Glasser ... production coordinator: U.S.
Ivo Johnev ... medic
Rebecca Knowlton ... production controller
Biser Kostadinov ... translator
Jeff Kranzdorf ... legal and business affairs
Desislava Krasteva ... cashier
Diana Mancheva ... craft service supervisor
Ivan Martinov ... weapons handler
Alex Nicolaou ... intern to director
Ted Nicolaou ... executive story consultant
Alex Payne ... extra
Sandra Pirchmoser ... assistant financial affairs
Vasil Radoev ... set coordinator
Toma Shivachev ... worker
Nick Paul White ... intern to director (as Nick White)
Charlotte Young ... assistant legal affairs
Kai Schürmann ... vice president of business affairs (uncredited)
Mariana Vodenicharova ... production assistant (uncredited)


Ray Cannella ... special thanks
Chris Regina ... special thanks
Yoni Tabac ... special thanks
Thomas P. Vitale ... special thanks (as Tom Vitale)