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Evil Little Things

USA 2019
produced by
Yasmin Bakhtiari, Nancy Knight, Matt Green, Roman JC Weaver, Annie Carter, Cristin Azure, Amanda Cook (executive), James Tavelle (executive) for Creepy Doll Films, Embolden Pictures, Mad Roman Media
directed by Matt Green
starring Zach Galligan, L.A. Winters, Mason Wells, Geoff McKnight, Hannah Fierman, Courtney Hogan, Piper Collins, Drew Youngblood, Timothy J. Richardson, Peyton J. Evans, Lilliam Gray, Matt Green (voice), Courtney Lakin, Jonathan Horne, Nancy Knight, Benny Demuis, Tiffany Dineen, Randy Uecker, Demetrice Byrd, Linda A. Zollo, Cory Anderson, Yasmin Bakhtiari (voice)
screenplay by Yasmin Bakhtiari, Nancy Knight, based on stories by Yasmin Bakhtiari, music by Angelo Panetta, special makeup and creature effects by Roy Wooley

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Little Jason (Mason Wells) has trouble falling asleep, much to the dismay of his short-tempered stepdad (Zach Galligan). His mother (L.A. Winters) shows more sympathy though and promises the boy a doll to keep him safe. At the doll store, Jason finds a couple of old dolls which prompts the dollmaker (Geoff McKnight) to tell Jason and mum their gruesome stories:

  • Young mother Jess (Hannah Fierman) has just moved into her late grandmother's home with her kids (Piper Collins, Drew Youngblood) when she finds an ugly leprechaun doll (voiced by Matt Green) on her porch, a doll that seemingly follows her everywhere and gets more and more aggressive towards her and her family. And somehow, that doll is linked to a dark secret in her past ...
  • Abby (Courtney Lakin) is a passionate doll collector, yet all her dolls have burnt faces, all but Tammy (voiced by Yasmin Bakhtiari), the one doll that survived with her through a fire, a fire that has left her forever scarred on one cheek. And eve since the fire, Tammy has taken over Abby's life, guarding her jealously and even giving all her other dolls burn marks. But now at a doll convention, Abby has met her high school sweetheart Jeremy (Jonathan Horne) again, and it turns out they still have strong feelings for one another - something Tammy doesn't like one bit ...

Back in the framing story, Jason chooses a creepy clown doll as the owner promises it will bring him happiness - only happiness can mean many a thing ...


Evil Little Things doesn't exactly break new ground when it comes to doll horrors, but if you're into classic horror anthologies this one should be right up your alley as it tells a trio of nicely told, macabre stories from various corners of the genre with all the surprise twists and turns in the right places, creepy punchlines included. And a slick directorial effort and a solid cast sure help make this a creepy ride for horror fans old and new.


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