There were five box sets in total released that compiled the movies onto Blu-rays. The first was a limited edition cardboard trunk set that included the original movie and two copies of Axis of Evil (one on DVD) along with trading cards and mini posters. This set was limited to 1800 units. The second box set was released by Fullmoondirect and featured the original three movies.
The third set was the same but with European artwork and the final set was a limited edition wooden trunk that was limited to only 100 units and had eleven movies, a mini Blade figurine and Arcana of the Puppet Master, which was a special features disc that included hours of never before seen footage from the set of the movies.
The original movie had two different transfers. The original one from Fullmoondirect and a more crisp transfer that was released with 88Films in the UK. The 88Films release also includes two commentary tracks.
Puppet Master II
The second movie was released on two different Blu-ray releases, the European release had a lot of the scenes of violence cut out and the 88Films had all of these scenes restored. The 88Films release also included a commentary track.
Puppet Master III: Toulon's Revenge
Puppet Master IV
Puppet Master V
Curse of the Puppet Master
This movie only had one release and a lot of the footage was missing so they had to source it from a video tape so a lot of the quality differs. This version also had a new title screen and the Tank puppet effects were recreated from scratch with digital effects. This version also has longer, bloodier death scenes.
Retro Puppet Master
This movie only had one release and a lot of the footage was missing so they had to source it from a video tape so a lot of the quality differs. This version also had a new title screen and some of the digital effects were recreated from scratch and look superior to the DVD and VHS release.
Puppet Master: The Legacy
This movie only had one release and a lot of the footage was missing so they had to source it from a video tape so a lot of the quality differs. This version also had a new title screen.
Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich
- SyFy Channel's Puppet Master vs. Demonic Toys is the only one not announced for a Blu-ray release so far.
- In the Retro and Curse Blu-ray releases, some of the digital effects were re-done from scratch.
- In the Curse, Retro and Legacy releases there were updated intros with a new font title card and slightly different scenes used in the montage.
- A lot of the scenes from Curse, Retro and Legacy were lost so some scenes are not remastered in HD.
- In the Curse of the Puppet Master release there is some slightly longer death scenes.
- In the Puppet Master 5 release there is a shot of Blade and Pinhead missing from the ending where Rick Myers is talking to the puppets. It is replaced with a closeup of Andre Toulon's face on top of Decapitron.
- The 88 Films release of Puppet Master (1989) has a more crisp picture than the Full Moon release.
- Arcana of the Puppet Master is only available in the trunk box set and contains over 6 hours of behind the scenes footage from Puppet Master 2 and 3 and exclusives interviews with David Allen.
- The full uncut version of the original Puppet Master has never been on Blu-ray and some versions of Puppet Master II have been heavily censored.