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The strap-line to Black Devil Doll From Hell is "Was it a nightmare? Or was it for real??" A question that many ask after their experience of seeing this movie. That has gained cult status for its bad straight-to-video shot-on-video low-budget flick that combines blaxploitation with a killer doll theme. (I guess someone had to at some point!)
The story (for what it's worth) is of a religious fanatic that buys a demoniacally possessed black ventriloquists dummy with dreadlocks. She buys it even after the ominous warning of the shop owner, that the doll has been bought by four different people before and always made its way back to the shop. She takes the dummy home and it proceeds to sexually assault her through most of the rest of the movie. The evil spirit of the dummy gets inside her, and they both plan to murder their enemies. That's about it for this 70 minute long piece of utter exploitation soft-porn trash.
Directed by Chester Turner, who also made the companion piece Tales From The Quadead Zone (1987). Both movies for only the most hardcore of cult film fanatics.