Perpetually picked on and endlessly neglected Sybil Pittman finds little joy in her life...except for her massive doll collection that has grown to perverse proportions! Every day, Sybil locks herself in her basement, broadcasting her doll restoration vlog all by herself, that is until the remnants of a mysterious doll - the dreaded "Baby Oopsie" comes into her life! After carefully restoring the doll, Sybil comes to realize that the tiny terror is exacting revenge on her oppressors, mercilessly murdering them one by one. And while Sybil finds herself enjoying Baby Oopsie's bloody brand of vengeance, she soon changes her tune when the demonic toy turns its evil attentions to Sybil and those she actually cares about.
Uploaded by: FREEMAN November 07, 2023 at 12:58 PM
Sybil Pittman (Libbie Higgins) operates a vlog about doll repair, the best in Cleveland. There are people who pick on her and she has bad thoughts about doing them harm. She gets doll parts in the mail and manages to restore a Baby Oopsie who then kills on her behalf until things get out of hand.
There is a mention of "Demonic Toys" from 1992. This falls loosely in line. The doll is a fan of old horror cinema and reenacts scenes such as from the "Exorcist." Popcorn fun.
Guide: F-word. Sex. Nudity.
Reviewed by kbtoys1005 / 10
A step in the right direction
When I saw a new Demonic Toys film was coming out, I had very low expectations. Full Moon hasn't had a decent movie in years, with the dreadful Evil Bong series and even their bread maker series, Puppet Master has had several interminable entries as of late.
Baby Oopsie Chapter 1 seems then to be the start of a new chapter for the company. Immediately viewers will notice production value has improved, with the film having multiple locations and a decent sized cast - something sorely lacking from the single-set talk-fests of the previous batch of Full Moon movies (or the recycled footage assemblies he's been dumping out).
The next positive comes with the doll design. While still a far cry from the 90's mechanical designs, it looks wayyy better than the cheap designs they've been giving us.
While Baby Oopsie is a long way away from being an actually good film, it is a huge step forward for the company. Full Moon fans will find enough here to enjoy. But if your killer doll genre experience stops with Chucky or Annabelle, it's best to leave Baby Oopsie in the box.
PS when will that Puppet Master videogame ever be released??
Reviewed by kevin_robbins6 / 10
These movies aren't great but are definitely entertaining and worth a viewing
Baby Oopsie (2021) is currently available on Tubi. The storyline for this picture follows an obese doll collector who is verbally abused by her mom and coworkers and physically abused by kids in the neighborhood occasionally. One day she gets a unique doll that she takes apart, fixes and then it springs to life. The doll presses it's owner to stick up for herself and helps her in the process.
This movie is directed by William Butler (Demonic Toys 2) and stars Libbie Higgins (Weedjies: Halloweed Night), Marilyn Bass (Bernadette) and Lynne Acton McPherson (Mayberry Man).
The storyline for this is actually pretty creative and well throughout. Higgins was solid as the main character. The scenes with her visions to start the movie were great. Baby Oopsie was a bit annoying, especially the laugh, but definitely had some good kill and vomit scenes. These movies aren't great but are definitely entertaining and worth a viewing. I would score this a 6/10 and strongly recommend it.