Fright Fans, welcome back to the Saturday Frights podcast – this go around the subject of the show is 1989’s Puppet Master! A film franchise that was begun by Charles Band and others, that has developed into a series of horror films that is still going strong today with 11 additional films – although one of those is considered to be non-canon. That isn’t even including the new film franchise by way of 2018’s Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich!
In this episode, the Projectionist and myself, briefly cover the plot for Puppet Master – giving you a rundown of the cast as well as of course discussing the true stars of the film franchise, the deadly creations of Andre Toulon themselves, the Puppets. I not only share my first encounter with the film series but hopefully have injected some of the more interesting trivia concerning the 1989 film and those who helped create it.
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So without further ado, join us for the Saturday Frights podcast as we discuss Puppet Master!
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