After his sister's mysterious leg paralysis, Tony searches for an explanation by making voodoo dolls for people, hoping to see similar results.
- Best Regional Short (Winner)
2012 Charleston Film Festival (Charleston, SC)
"I really liked “Dolls for Strangers” and the conceits in the film could make for a pretty cool feature length film should Cohen decide to go longer with the material." - Don R. Lewis from Film Threat
"Ken Cohen's "Dolls for Strangers" is a rarity in today's day and age. In a time when filmmakers rely on cheap shocks and horrendous CGI to get a rise out of horror audiences, Cohen relies on the Hitchcockian method of building up a genuine sense of mystery and suspense. The concept of a "voodoo hitman" is actually quite unique and could almost spawn a new sub-genre if it ever catches on." - Matthew Saliba from Rogue Cinema
"Dolls for Strangers is a film to watch for on the film fest circuit and will likely be quite popular on the indie fest circuit with its unique artistic vision." - Richard Propes from The Independent Critic