THE REVENGE OF ROBERT (2018) Reviews and overview


‘Killing is child’s play’

The Revenge of Robert the Doll is a 2018 British supernatural horror feature film written, co-produced and directed by Andrew Jones (Werewolves of the Third Reich; The Toymaker; The Amityville Asylum; et al). The North Bank Entertainment production stars Gareth Lawrence, Harriet Rees, Judith Haley, Lee Bane and Derek Nelson.

Infamous killer doll Robert does battle with the Führer’s henchmen aboard a train in Third Reich Germany…

A British DVD was released on 19 March 2018.

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” …the fourth in the series keeps the story ticking over binding together all the movies, with plenty of twists, more kills (with attitude) and full closure on story of our adorable little friend. A worthy watch for fans of the series only…” The B Club

” …the camera quality throughout is clear and clean, with the occasional nice shot (lunar transforming trains aside). The music is okay too, adding some atmosphere to some scenes. Otherwise, once the 40-minute mark passes and Robert and the Toymaker show up, it goes to some silly places. The drama does not hit its mark, and there are few, if any, scares to be had.” Cryptic Rock

“If you’ve seen one of these Robert movies before, you already know what we’re working with, which is a lazy script, a lazy handheld camera, and a lazy excuse for a killer doll movie that barely includes 90 seconds of the killer doll. I’m mildly shocked that someone went through the trouble of acquiring period vehicles for one sequence when so little of the movie smacks of any effort at all.” Culture Crypt

“Lee Bane has mastered the role of the Toymaker now, providing a real human edge to someone who could initially have been shrugged off as a one-dimensional caricature, while a deserved fist bump goes to Gareth Lawrence who practically steals the movie as the evil Frederick Voller.” The Schlock Pit

“The best moments of this story take place aboard a train. It’s too bad director and screenwriter Andrew Jones doesn’t invest in his puppets as much as he does in location scouting, because if that doll started killing everyone aboard, we’d have one hell of a film.” Tales of Terror

Cast and characters:

Lee Bane … The Toymaker
Harriet Rees … Esther Muller
Judith Haley … Agatha
Eloise Juryeff … Eva Von Hammersmark (as Eloise Oliver)
Gareth Lawrence … Frederick Voller
David Imper … Joseph Von Hammersmark
Nicholas Anscombe … Colonel Heinrich Von Braun/Helmut
Derek Nelson … Fuchs
Darren Swain … Schulz
Lee Mark Jones … SS Officer Dietrich
Wes Ritter … SS Officer Hauser
Josephine Partridge … Mary Blackwood
Jevan White … Hans Blackwood
Olivia Lee … Agnes Blackwood
Morgan Thomas … Jonas Rothschild
David Lyndon … Landon Fox
Natalie Louise Garcia … Ingrid
Kerry Mills … Train Conductor #1
Gwynfryn West … Train Conductor #2
Luke Mulloy … Roadside Police Officer #1
Matthew Curran … Roadside Police Officer #2
Stuart Waters … Train Station Police Officer
Andrew Morgan Evans … Buffet Carriage Passenger
Robert Graham … Wilhelm
Courtney Bartle … Francesca
Christopher Bennett … Nazi Officer
Christian Roberts … Waiter

Technical details:

80 minutes
Aspect ratio: 2.39:1

Fun Facts:

The original title was The Legend of Robert the Doll