Monday, May 30, 2011

Puppet Master II: His Unholy Creations (Review)

They’re back, no strings attached is the tag line for the 1991 film Puppet Master II: His Unholy Creations the sequel to 1989’s Puppet Master. We are again introduced to the loveable puppets Blade, Leech Woman, Pinhead, Jester, and Tunneler. And a new puppet Torch who is a little hot under the collar if you know what I mean. The story starts in a cemetery where we see Blade, Leech Woman, Pinhead, Jester and Tunneler digging up a coffin. We than see Pinhead breaking open the coffin and pouring a yellow liquid in it and we see two grotesque arms emerge from the grave. This lets us know that what ever was in the grave is now is alive again but who is it. A few months go by and we see a team of scientists arrive at the vacant Bodega Bay Inn. They are there to investigate what went on in the previous film. It seems that Megan Gallagher has been murdered by having her brain extracted through her nose and the prime suspect is Alex Whitaker who has gone insane and is sent to an asylum. The scientists lead by Carolyn Bramwell (Elizabeth Maclellan) decides to set up cameras all over the hotel to pick up anything that is going on. And what follows is some gory goodness so give Puppet Master II a watch if you dare. Stay nerdy people.

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