Films: Demonic Toys (1992), Dollman vs. Demonic Toys (1993), Puppet Master vs. Demonic Toys (2004), Demonic Toys 2 (2010)
Alias: Baby Oopsy Daisy, Jack Attack, Grizzly Teddy, and Mr. Static
Location: Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of small dogs, though Teddy can grow into human-sized.
Summary: Apparently one killer toy franchise wasn't enough for Full Moon Entertainment. So they made another one, except less interesting, though not without some fair share of ideas.
History: Every time this group of murderous toys is unleashed, demonic activity is afoot. Be it prophetic demons or personal demons, something is always bringing these bastards back from the dead.
Notable Kills: Their first collective kill gives you a perfect idea of what they can do.
Final Fate: Over and over again, these guys go out like chumps. Be it shotguns akimbo, intervention from the heroic Dollman, or even a curb-stomp from Blade's gang of puppets, the Demonic Toys can't catch a break.
Powers/Abilities: Grizzly can grow up to the size of a grown man, and Static has laser cannons for arms.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3-Aside from some scary appearances, the Demonic Toys are often less of a hassle than whatever summoned them in the first place. The scariest is Jack Attack though for his giant toothy grin and constant mad laughter.
Trivia: -Oopsy Daisy's voice was provided by Linda Cook, who was also the voice of the Leech Woman from the Puppet Master movies.
-For those wondering, Dollman is the alter-ego of Brick Bardo, an intergalactic cop also occupying Full Moon's universe. He fights crime in spite of being barely taller than twelve inches, and does it with the most powerful hand gun in all of creation, the Kruger Blaster.