Dolly Dearest [Import]
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Release Date: 20-SEP-2005
Media Type: DVD
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Maybe you should rent it, but don't buy it!
Now, this "dolly" has her deranged eyes aimed at a little girl named Jessica, and will do anything to possess her. Bizarre events explode into a ferocious frenzy of madness. A housekeeper is torn apart. A nightwatchman is hacked to pieces. As the body count rises and the carnage continues, Jessica loses her sould to her new "playmate".
To save his daughter, Jessica's father must enter a nightmarish world where dark powers of evil have reigned supreme...until now!
This movie is pretty good if you are into the psychotic killer doll thing, so if you like chucky or magic this movie is for you!
This tacky tale is situated in a hot Mexican village. The Reeds, a nice middle-class family from Los Angeles, has moved into a beautiful house as the father, an ambitious businessman named Eliot (Sam Bottoms), plans to restart an interesting business. Smelling the scent of money in the air, Eliot wanted to expand the "Dolly Dearest" toy factory, a manufacturing plant that turns out to be a run-down shack. Inside this neglected structure, Eliot discovers an eerie brunette doll in a bright red dress. Amazed by the doll's beauty, he gives it to his overjoyed daughter Jessica (Candy Hutson) as her new playmate. Immediately afterward, of course, Jesse forms an unhealthy attachment to Dolly. She dotes over her, talks to her constantly, and even cuts her own hair to look like her. Jesse's mother, Marilyn (Denise Crosby), senss that something is wrong (Duh!) and is at first appalled by her outbursts and increasingly rude attitude. Then, when a local priest blesses the house by sprinkling holy water on the front porch, Jesse screams in a violent temper tantrum. From there, it becomes obvious that Dolly is possessed by an ancient evil, and that she's bewitching this girl to perform her wicked deeds. The first individual to sense this unholy presence was Carmila (Lupe Ontiveros), a terrifed housekeeper who clutches a rosary in her palms.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
I don't know this movie was a bit of joke to me. I mean if you can get past the cheesy special effects, you will probably be blocked again by the acting. Read morePublished on Nov. 6 2008 by Jenny
This movie, i.e., Dolly Dearest VHS, is so bad that the Chucky movies end up as Academy award winning movies compared to this junky, poorly acted excuse of a movie. Read morePublished on Feb. 25 2002
This movie's only asset is its gimmicky name. There is nothing scary or gory about this movie in the least. It's not even funny. Read morePublished on June 4 2001
just about anybody could find this film no different than any other horror film.not too scary,average amount of violence and regular doll on a rampage story. Read morePublished on July 6 2000 by person
If you are in to the Chucky movies you will like this movie. It is so funny! The little possesed dolls are hilarious! It has some scares and a lot of laughes. Read morePublished on May 17 1999 by Ally Shemrod