Returning to the abandoned Detroit television station where they once delighted a generation of children viewers, master puppeteer Mister Jolly (Bill Oberst Jr., 3 From Hell) has brought his puppets back for one last battle with Richard Crane (Bill Moseley, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, Otis from the Rob Zombie movies).
This movie was shot in the abandoned studios of WJBK in Detroit, Michigan — the same place where Milky’s Movie Party and Sir Graves Ghastly were filmed.
The battle between the evil ventriloquist and Richard gets more complicated when his son Steffen and his friends arrive at the studio on the night of a blood moon, just as Mr. Jolly unleashes his evil puppets, including Handy Dandy.
This all comes from Jeff Broadstreet, working under the pseudonym Roy G. Biv. Yes, the director of Night of the Living Dead 3D was so proud of this, he didn’t use his real name.
There are dudes with sledgehammers wandering around. Masonic subplots. And a cast of disposable college kids ready to be offed. If anything, it looks better than your average direct to video film.
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