FROM THE CREATORS OF BONE TOMAHAWK
THE LITTLEST REICH
‘AN EXCITING, HILARIOUS, AND ULTRA-VIOLENT THRILL RIDE’ Horror Geek Life
‘ABSURD GOREFEST’ SciFiNow ‘UPROARIOUS AND BLOODTHIRSTY’ Nightmare on Film Street
MARCHING INTO CINEMAS 19 APRIL
The murderous marionettes are on the march! Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich, brings
the kills, thrills and spills in the bloodthirsty reboot of Charles Band’s classic horror
franchise from co-directors Tommy Wiklund and Sonny Laguna (Wither, Blood Runs Cold)
and writer S. Craig Zahler (Bone Tomahawk, Dragged Across Concrete).
When recently divorced Edgar (Thomas Lennon) returns to his childhood home he finds a
nefarious looking puppet and decides to sell the doll for a quick buck. Bringing along his
new girlfriend Ashley (Jenny Pellicer) and nerdy pal Markowitz (Nelson Franklin), Edgar
heads on a doomed road trip to a puppet auction celebrating the 30th anniversary of the
infamous Toulon Murders. But all hell breaks loose when a strange force animates the
puppets at the convention, setting them on a bloody killing spree motivated by an evil as
old as time.
With twenty-one scenes of graphic puppet violence and a score from composing legend
Fabio Frizzi (The Beyond, City of the Living Dead), FANGORIA presents Puppet Master:
The Littlest Reich – the wildest, craziest and goriest movie of the year. Fasten your seat
belts, it’s going to be a bloody ride!
‘SO MUCH GLORIOUS SLAUGHTER’ Bloody Disgusting
Starring: Thomas Lennon (Night at the Museum), Jenny Pellicer (The Bridge), Nelson
Franklin (The Office), Charlyne Yi (Knocked Up), Michael Paré (Bone Tomahawk),
Barbara Crampton (Reanimator), Udo Kier (Suspiria) and Skeeta Jenkins. Directed by
Tommy Wiklund and Sonny Laguna, written by S. Craig Zahler and produced by Dallas
Sonnier (Bone Tomahawk, Brawl in Cell Block 99) and Amanda Presmyk (The Standoff at
FANGORIA presents Puppet Master: The Littlest
Reich in cinemas 19 April 2019
FANGORIA is the iconic horror film fan magazine with a die-hard fan base, in publication
since 1979. FANGORIA was acquired by CINESTATE, the Texas-based production
company run by producer Dallas Sonnier, who re-launched the magazine as a print-only
quarterly collectible while extending the franchise into films, podcasts, and books.
FANGORIA recently wrapped production on the Grady Hendrix-penned SATANIC PANIC,
directed by Chelsea Stardust and starring Rebecca Romijn.