Doll Graveyard
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Doll Graveyard
Schlock producer Charles Band is back in killer doll country once again with this tale of century-old possessed dolls out for revenge against crummy teenagers that wish their masters ill will. When young Guy Filbrook (Jared Kusnitz) moves into a new house with his family, little does he know what evil memories haunt the grounds on which he sleeps. One hundred years earlier, a young girl died under questionable circumstances and was buried in the backyard next to a group of dolls that her abusive father ordered her to bury. When Guy unknowingly unearths the gruesome play-toys, they soon become… More

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"For fans of Full Moon, Doll Graveyard is a nice throwback to earlier killer doll films from Charles Band."
‑ Kevin Carr, 7M Pictures
"They don't have to be masterworks, but honestly: a 62-minute movie is not what the genre fans are looking for."
‑ Scott Weinberg,
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