Pulp Fiction Thursday: Devil Doll

When I mentioned evil ventriloquist dummies the other day, I forgot about 1964’s Devil Doll. That’s not a bad thing, it’s a real stinker. It’s not to be confused with the 1936 Todd Browning flick, which is pretty darn good.

Here’s the poster for the bad 1964 British horror movie:


More dummy devilment after the break.

They say that everything sounds smarter and artsier in French; except for this film:


Here’s Hugo the demented demon dummy as seen during the opening credits:


Here’s the trailer:

What’s really great about this choice is that it simplifies picking the Sunday Morning Video. Stay tuned for Mike and the bots on Sunday. There’s no day of rest for the Devil Doll.

2 thoughts on “Pulp Fiction Thursday: Devil Doll

  1. MST3K guys did a riff on Devil Doll once. It’s not one of their best, but it’s pretty damned funny.

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