Puppet Master I & II (OST)
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Cat No: WE00898
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 15th June 2015
The secret of life has been discovered by master puppeteer Andre Toulon. But we quickly discover Toulon's secret of death in the form of five killer puppets-each one uniquely qualified for murder and mayhem. Tunneler has a nasty habit of boring holes in people with his drill bit head. Ms Leech regurgitates killer leeches that suck her victims dry. Pinhead strangles his enemies with his powerful vice-like hands. Blade has a gleaming hook for one hand and a razor-sharp knife for the other. And Jester, the ruthless brains of the bunch, is absolutely merciless. Together, they're an army of skilled assassins, diabolically programmed to guard the deadly secrets of the Puppet Master throughout the decades.
Puppet Master (also known as Puppetmaster and Puppet Master I) is a 1989 American horror film written by Charles Band and Kenneth J Hall, and directed by David Schmoeller. It is the first film in the Puppet Master franchise and stars Paul Le Mat, Irene Miracle, Matt Roe and Kathryn O'Reilly as psychics who are plotted against by a former colleague, using puppets animated by an Egyptian spell.
Originally intended for theatrical release in summer 1989, before being released on home video the following September, Puppet Master was ultimately pushed to a direct-to-video release on October 12, 1989, as Charles Band felt he was likely to make more money this way than he would in the theatrical market. The film was very popular in the video market and has since developed a large cult following that has led to the production of ten sequels.
1. Graveyard and Main Title
2. Parapsychologists Enter the House
3. Patrick Investigates the Graveyard
5. Deja Vu Waltz
6. Puppets Begin Their Killing
7. Blade, Pinhead and Torch Do-In the Hicks
8. Even Puppets Have Feelings
9. Blade Enters the Hotel
10. Leech Woman and Toulon's Beginnings
11. Toulon Remembers
12. Michael and Catherine Make Love...Puppets Plan On
13. Toulon Realizes His End Is Near, The Battle Begins
14. Puppets Turn on Toulon, Finale and End Title
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