Silent Night, Deadly Night 5: The Toy Maker
Silent Night, Deadly Night 5: The Toy Maker (also known as simply The Toy Maker) is a 1991 American horror film, directed by Martin Kitrosser and stars Mickey Rooney, who had previously condemned the original film.
Late one night in December, a young boy named Derek Quinn (William Thorne) hears the doorbell ringing and goes downstairs and finds a Christmas present that has been addressed to him on the porch. His father Tom (Van Quattro) reprimands him for being up so late and opening the door, sending him off to bed. Instead Derek watches from the stairs as his curious father opens the gift. Finding a musical orb shaped like Santa Claus in the box he activates it, causing it to strangle him with retractable cords; as Tom struggles he slips and falls onto a fireplace poker, his impaled body being found by his wife Sarah (Jane Higginson) a few moments later.
|genre||horror science fiction|
|keywords||adopted son arrest attack baby beat booby trap car crash christmas circular saw dead body dead son drive fight fireplace poker follow garbage can hear hit by a car kill killer toys knock out one night open parking garage pregnant wife remote control roller skates run santa claus scream screwdriver toy car toy store yell young boy|
|producer||Brian Yuzna Richard N. Gladstein|
|publisher||Still Silent Films Inc.|
|theme||science fiction horror sequel|