Demonic Toys (1992)

Terror is unleashed in the form of five possessed toys that stalk a group of strangers after hours in a huge toy factory! DEMONIC TOYS captures everything we have come to know and love from Charles Band's Full Moon Features during their peak years in the early 90s. It comes complete with an asinine plot, cheesy acting, and a new arsenal of miniature monsters. Each of the creepy Toys have their own menacing personalities and appearances, like the serpentine Jack in the Box, the gnarled Teddy Bear, or the wise-cracking Baby Oopsie-Daisy. What the film lacks in all other aspects of filmmaking, it more than makes up for in awesome creature designs and gore, as is the case with so many other Band creations. Other on-screen oddities in the film include a group of young girls in gas masks riding tricycles that appear and disappear randomly, and a demon masquerading as a young boy who is controlling the Toys in an attempt to possess the lead character's fetus so that he can be reborn. For a cheesy good time in the vein of the PUPPET MASTER series, DEMONIC TOYS makes for an enjoyable B-movie that Full Moon fans can't afford to miss.

Rating: 5/10.
Entertainment: 7/10.
Gore: 4/10.
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  1. I have a secret love affair with early 90s Full Moon as cheesily terrible as many of them are =D

  2. Love Demonic Toys! I haven't seen it since my early teen years, but I remember watching it and being like "what the fuck?!" Classic B-Movie!