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In PUPPET MASTER XI – AXIS TERMINATION, the final chapter of the AXIS Saga, we find our heroic band of lethal puppets-BLADE, PINHEAD, TUNNELER, JESTER, SIX SHOOTER, and LEECH WOMAN, joining forces with a secret team of Allied Operatives, all masters of psychic powers, as they face off together against a new bunch of evil Nazi adversaries and their collection of vicious Axis Puppets in a showdown that will decide the future of the free world.
Since its inception in 1989, the “Puppet Master Series” has been our most celebrated, beloved, and enduring franchise. It’s the most successful independent direct to video horror franchise of all time! With classic characters like Blade, Jester, Pinhead, Tunneler and Leech Woman returning to thrill dedicated fans and general audiences alike. For the 11th installment in the series, Charles Band will be directing “Puppet Master: Axis Termination! Set in Los Angeles during World War II, “Axis Termination” continues the Axis Trilogy, which began with “Puppet Master: Axis of Evil” and continued with “Axis Rising”. This is the same time period as David DeCoteau’s classic “Puppet Master III: Toulon’s Revenge.”
The eleventh portion in the long running Puppet Master ace establishment has the destructive manikins again doing combating insidious Nazis, yet this time with the assistance of capable clairvoyants to fight a malevolent Nazi mystic and shrewdness Nazi manikins. The story and characters aren’t too intriguing and maker/chief Charles Band has made the arrangement progressively unconventional on what is by all accounts littler and littler spending plans, despite the fact that they shelled out for some stop-movement manikin activity which was really fun. I think my fundamental objection is that there weren’t sufficient of the manikins doing appalling things. In case you’re viewing a Puppet Master film (or Gremlins or Chucky so far as that is concerned), you need to see seemingly insignificant details assaulting enormous things, and there was insufficient of that in this last portion of the Puppet Master Axis Trilogy. Outside of “Manikin Master: The Legacy,” which was essentially comprised of clasps from past movies, this is most likely the low purpose of the arrangement. All things considered, I appreciate essentially everything Charles Band makes and I found myself engaged, regardless of whether I was general frustrated.