Dollman vs. Demonic Toys (1992)

Is the Full Moon Universe a thing? If we’re to take Dollman vs. Demonic Toys seriousluy, the answer is yes, as beyond getting to recycle footage from DollmanDemonic Toys and Bad Channels, Brick Bardo (Tim Thomerson) from Dollman, Nurse Ginger (Melissa Behr) who was shrunk in Bad Channels* and Judith Grey (Tracy Scoggins) from Demonic Toys all get together to battle Baby Oopsy Daisy, Jack Attack, Mr. Static and the evil G.I. Joe figure Zombietoid.

Let me just try and explain Baby Oopsy Daisy’s plan to you. As midnight draws close, a demon that has been buried in Toyland Warehouse will have its soul put inside his baby doll form, then he will impregnate Nurse Ginger, eat the shell of their child and become a human.

If you check out the Full Moon anthology The Haunted Dollhouse, you can see a cut down remix of this entitled “Dangerous Toys.” Seeing as how this entire movie is just a bunch of other movies put together, you really have to be amazed by how small the carbon footprint of Full Moon is.

*Never mind that Bunny was the one that really got shrunk.

You can watch this on Tubi.

One thought on “Dollman vs. Demonic Toys (1992)

  1. Been a while since I’ve thought of it. But I actually sat down with the Full Moon verse and figured Bad Channels “wrapped up” or was a bridge-sequel to five FM-verse films. Or it was another FM film that did? Didn’t the alien from Bad Channel pop up again, somewhere? Eh, the Band recycling shop gets confusing, eventually.

    Good times, those rental ’80s. Always something to be had with that Full Moon logo.

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