In 1989, Full Moon Features opened the toy Box and let Toulon’s puppets loose! Now, after 27-years, 11 films, and countless on-screen deaths Full Moon unleashes total terror with the bloodiest, wildest and most gruesome Puppet Master yet!
Witness the exciting conclusion and final chapter in the Axis trilogy! To stop the Nazi war machine from winning World War II and affecting the outcome of the free world, Blade, Jester, Pinhead (no, not that one) and the rest of the indestructible Toulon puppets join forces with the masters of psychic powers! Witness the exciting action-packed conclusion to the Puppet Master Axis saga!
Why we’re looking forward to this: The original 1989 Puppet Master film was a hugely enjoyable bit of nonsense that still bears repeat viewing today, and despite the varying quality of the previous nine sequels (ten if you count 2004’s Puppet Master vs Demonic Toys) they’ve always been fun to watch.
Watching a bunch of toys run around Nazi Germany has got to be a better proposition than, well, a good few things you might otherwise get up to on a Saturday night and a good deal less horrifying than what passes for prime time television, so book a date next spring for this one.
Check out the trailer here:
Puppet Master : Axis Termination is in post production and due for an early 2017 release.
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