The wonderful Barbara Crampton of "Re-Animator" fame also has a very small role in this film about psychics who find themselves up against a small army of living, homicidal puppets.
An occult "puppet master" is forced to commit suicide as Nazis move in on his operation. But his evil creations live on, sending telepathic messages to the team of psychics that eventually show up at the dead puppet master's home to investigate. The puppets are depicted using classic stop-motion animation effects. This was before all that annoying computer animation started destroying direct-to-video fear films.
The film has a painfully slow pace, but the climax is OK. Producer/writer Charles Band was able to milk an entire franchise out of it. A number of sequels followed.