Considered to be a non-canon crossover, Puppet Master vs Demonic Toys is based on the Puppet Master characters created by David Schmoeller and the Demonic Toys characters created by David S. Goyer. The film is written by C. Courtney Joyner and directed by Ted Nicolaou. Corey Feldman stars as Robert Toulon, the great-grandnephew of André Toulon with Danielle Keaton as his daughter Alexandra Toulon. Vanessa Angel plays Erica Sharpe, the head of a toymaking factory who plans to dominate the world using its latest line of Demonic Toys.
After cracking the formula with his daughter, Robert Toulon explains to the awakened puppets who he is and they are quick to accept their new master. Erica on the other hand is revealed to have inherited the Toy company after her Father died. It is revealed that Eric been a spoiled child who begged her Dad so much for living toys that he sold his soul to Bael (the demon of wealth and profits) in exchange for toys that lived just so Erica would be happy.
I wonder what might happen if the puppets and the toys crossed paths?
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