Triloquist (2007)



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Eighteen years after seeing their mother overdose in a seedy Hollywood motel room, a pair of permanently warped siblings attempts to fulfill their mother's dying wish that they both become world class ventriloquists. The son hasn't said a word since the day he watched his mother die, and daughter is determined to make it to Las Vegas by whatever means possible. They both come from a long line of talented ventriloquists, but these days the balance of power has shifted in the dummy's favor. Now, … More

Rating: R (for violence, language including sexual references, nudity and some drug use)
Genre: Horror
Directed By:
Written By: Mark Jones
On DVD: Jul 1, 2008



as Angelina

as Dummy

as Det. Evans

as Halloween Angel

as Goblin Boy

as Young Norbert
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For every cliché, there's a flash of cleverness.

Full Review… | July 8, 2008

Triloquist sets the killer ventriloquist dummy genre back a decade.

Full Review… | June 28, 2008
Washington Times

Audience Reviews for Triloquist

In a seedy motel in Hollywood, a down and out ventriloquist with a creepy looking Dummy, kills herself with a drug overdose as her two young children watch in return they are sent to a uncle that somehow ends up dead which leaves the brother and sister to fend for themselves along for the ride is there mothers old dummy who the brother and ssiter like to blame for killing people. This movie for me bordered on the horror/comedy kind cause you cant help but just laugh at the dummy and for that matter the actors playing brother and sister not totally bad had some good moments of promise worth taken a look at.

ken j

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Slightly interesting

Leo L

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This is a very depressing horror comedy from the director of 'Leprechaun'. Payden LoPachin does a great job as the sadistic cutie who trudges along with her mute brother and killer puppet to Vegas to perform and be famous. It doesn't work out the way she wants due in part by the killing spree.

The Vulture

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