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Doll Graveyard is a 2005 movie by Full Moon Features. It was directed by Charles Band.

Plot[edit | edit source]

In the year 1905, an abusive father forces his daughter to bury her four handmade dolls in their backyard, despite her pleas. After the girl accidentally falls in and breaks her neck, the stepfather buries her with the dolls. 100 years later, set in 2005, the father lives there with his two children, the older daughter, Deedee, and his younger son, Guy. The father is about to leave on a date, and the sister protests watching him, as well as doing housework, though the father says it's only fair since Guy is doing the yard work. As Guy is raking, he finds the samurai, and cleans him up, to where Deedee threatens to reveal about his porno collection if he doesn't help clean. He refuses and tells about her weed she has hidden, and a diary of sexual fetishes, some of which he thinks "Might be illegal in forty states."

The father leaves for his date, and the daughter invites her friends over, Olivia and Terry. Guy discovers one of her friends likes the same action figures he does, though, as she begs him to "keep the little party a secret", of which he bashfully agrees not to. After being in his room, two boys come in that Olivia invited, and tie up Guy after breaking one of his priceless action figures. They go and meet the girls, and after that, the Samurai recruits the other buried dolls to take their revenge.

Sequel[edit | edit source]

A sequel was predicted due to the ending of the original film. However no plans or projects have been planned as of March 2009.

Spin off[edit | edit source]

Ooga Booga, a film based on the African warrior doll, was released March 12, 2013.

Cast[edit | edit source]

  • Jared Kusnitz
  • Hannah Marks
  • Ken Lyle

The Dolls[edit | edit source]

  • Ooga Booga
  • German Soldier
  • Baby Girl
  • Samurai
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