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THE DAY THE DOLLS STRUCK BACK
Running Time: 5 minutes
Year Released: 2002



SYNOPSIS
Evil bugs from outer space have infected dolls across the world in an attempt at global conquest.  Will Earth's greatest scientific and military minds put a stop to this sinister plan in time?


CREDITS
Starring CHRISTOPHER METAS, DAVID MCLAIN, JILL KOCALIS, JOEL TANKENSON
Narration by GLENN SHADIX
Written and Edited by DEREK FREY
Directed and Produced by DEREK FREY and AARON TANKENSON
Music by KORY EDWARDS


REVIEW
"Right out of the gate, this one had the audience roaring with laughter. It was a trailer for a movie series that doesn't exist, treated as part of an ongoing saga (the first 3 parts were supposedly made in the 60s, 70s, and 80s, respectively). The premise is just what it sounds like...plastic baby dolls wreak havoc on the world! This was some hilarious shit, let me tell you. The sets, effects, costumes, editing, all excellent quality. Total b-movie homage all the way, served with tongue firmly in cheek. Experimental genetically-altered spiders crawl into the dolls and turn them alive! How cool is that? The highlight for me was the reel from the 80s w/ the breakdancing doll."