Synopsis: A group of travelers spend the night in the mansion of an elderly couple who are dollmakers. However, one of the travelers' children discovers that the dolls the couple makes are actually humans that the couple has miniaturized and turned into tools for their evil plans.
Genre: Fantasy, Horror
Director(s): Stuart Gordon
Production: Empire Pictures
  1 win & 1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
77 min

Yes, they are quite fierce.

Strangers never seem to see them coming.

Not that we get many tourists around here.

People do frighten of the forests

and the violent storms.

- But we like them, don't we, my dear?

- Oh, yes.

This can be the

most exciting place to live.

- You're kidding me.

- Hilary and I... Where are my manners?

I'm Gabriel Hartwicke,

and this is my wife, Hilary.

David Bower. This is my

wife, Rosemary, and my daughter...


That's not my real mother.

My real mother lives in Boston.

Can it.

This will put a little meat

on your bones, dearie.

- You chose an unusual spot

for a vacation. - Tell me about it.

Unusual, but

rich in adventure and beauty.

- How do you stand the weather?

- We're used to these storms.

They're almost magical.

They seem to go on and on.

It's like one long night.

Exactly, my dear.

The longest night in the world.

How quaint.

The weather brings out creativity.

It helps me in my work.

What kind of work is that? Witchcraft?

Close to it.

I'm a doll maker.

I make the most wonderful toys:

dolls, puppets, soldiers, ballerinas.

But nowadays, people seem to want

their playthings mass-produced.

Nobody wants dolls

that are special anymore...

- that are one-of-a-kind.

- I do.

Yes, I believe you do.

Judy, tell me,

one thing I've noticed about you.

You don't have a doll.

That doesn't seem natural to me.

A little girl without a doll

is somehow incomplete.

I had Teddy when

I left the car, but...

But the clumsy little

dear dropped him in the forest.

I dropped it in the forest.

That's a shame.

L can't replace Teddy.

But I can make sure

you have some company whilst you're here.

A very dear friend of mine.

I like him.

- Say hello to Mr. Punch.

- Hello, Mr. Punch.

Punch's partner's name is Judy.

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Ed Naha

Ed Naha is an American science fiction and mystery writer and producer. He was born June 10, 1950 in the town of Linden, New Jersey. His first known publication was artwork that appeared in the first issue of Modern Monsters magazine, dated June 1966. more…

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