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A stock trick in any HollywoodVoodoo practitioner's arsenal is the Voodoo Doll, a tiny figurine or [[ScaryStitches stitched-up]] cloth doll created to vaguely resemble another person (sometimes using that person's hair or blood) which is then tormented in various ways, such as by being held over a fire or jabbed with needles. [[SympatheticMagic As the doll is damaged, so is the person connected to it]], making it a wonderful long-range [[ColdBloodedTorture means of revenge]].

In reality, so-called "voodoo dolls" are not a part of Vodou at all. They originated in Europe where they were called ''poppets,'' just as likely to be used for long-distance healing or simple communication. Vodou's actual use of dolls (which have nothing to do with sympathetic magic) was most likely mistaken for this by European onlookers. And contrary to what Hollywood shows, they aren't just for torture. Some places in New Orleans and Haiti do sell "voodoo dolls" marketed to ignorant tourists, though.

Occasionally PlayedForLaughs in which the victim jerks around like a puppet when the doll is moved.

Incidentally, there is a real Vodou practice involving sticking nails into dolls, but all they do is nail them to trees to serve as guides to wandering spirits.

If you see someone pounding nails to a straw doll in anime or manga, in most cases it's not HollywoodVoodoo but a Japanese curse ritual called ''ushi no toki mairi''.

It can be considered a type of a RealityChangingMiniature. For another way of taking out frustrations on an image of an enemy, see DartboardOfHate.



* Many commercials like using voodoo dolls for humorous effect, such as the Sprint Commercial with the guy sticking pins into dolls representing overages and roaming fees.
* One old Lipton Iced Tea commercial had a jilted bride [[WomanScorned turn to a mambo to torture her fiance]]. The mambo sticks a voodoo doll of the guy into a fire, making him feel like he's burning... until he drinks a bottle of Lipton, which puts the mambo's fire out. The mambo is nonplussed for a time before smirking and pulling out a pin...
** There's a similar advert to the one above only it's a beer advertisement. Notably, it doesn't work as intended as it affects everyone who is drinking the beer instead of the cheater.
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JahdnOQ9XCA This]] ad featuring UsefulNotes/BillClinton, which is also very much HilariousInHindsight.

[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* ''Manga/SkipBeat'' gives us Kyouko, who has ''quite'' the spread of voodoo dolls based off Sho. In the early part of the manga, she also has a large amount of Ren-themed ones as well.[[spoiler:This later becomes a point when she gives Maria a realistic Ren-doll for her birthday.]] In more recent arcs, she has created a Reino doll in around 7 minutes.
* ''VisualNovel/LimeIroSenkitan'''s Kinu Fukushima has personalized voodoo dolls for everyone aboard the ''Amanohara'', and non-personalized ones for other occasions. Her favorite thing to do with them is stab nails through them to stop her friends from getting in her way, for love or otherwise.
* Basil Hawkins in ''Manga/OnePiece'' has them stored inside his body somehow. When attacked, he remained unharmed while the collateral damage took out buildings around him. Elsewhere, several unfortunate bystanders were flattened because they'd taken the blows for him. This also overlapped with a One winged Angel, since Hawkins can somehow become a gigantic living voodoo doll as well
* Hidan from ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' can turn himself into a human voodoo doll if he obtains some of his target's blood. He kills people by inflicting wounds on himself that would be fatal to anyone who isn't immortal like him.
* One chapter from ''Manga/UruseiYatsura'' has Lum use a clay-like substance moulded in the shape of Ataru to make him fly across his bedroom. Ataru attempts to use this substance as a voodoo doll against Cherry, but fails since he doesn't have something of Cherry's physical being to make the doll work.
* Rurumi from ''Manga/BrynhildrInTheDarkness'' has the power to use an ordinary doll like this.
* Used in the most horrifying way possible in ''Manga/{{Bleach}}''. Szayelaporro Granz, one of Aizen's minions, possesses the ability to make anyone into a voodoo doll. Like traditional voodoo dolls, he can cause them pain by hitting the doll. However, he takes his ability a step further. He can pull the doll apart and destroy any internal organs and bones by crushing the pieces in his fingers. This is the perfect way of torturing his victims before killing them.
* Kain of ''Manga/FairyTail'' has a doll that will control whoever has their hair tied to it. Unusually, he uses it most effectively on ''himself'', as it replicates a [[SwissArmySuperpower wide variety]] of enchantments he can put on the doll (like turning it into iron to make himself more durable). He's actually defeated when ''this'' is turned against him, which [[PlayingWithFire Natsu]] uses to turn Lucy into a human fireball.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* In one issue of ''ComicBook/TheSpectre'', the eponymous hero fights against a [[UsefulNotes/{{Romani}} Gypsy]] who uses one of these to attack people for no good reason.
* In the ''Franchise/{{Tintin}}'' story ''Prisoners of the Sun'', the Incas reveal this was how the seven archaeologists were tortured remotely. When the dolls are destroyed, the archaeologists are released from their trances.
* Baron Sunday, a minor ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' villain from the 80s, was a crimelord who used voodoo dolls to assassinate his competitors.
* In a ''ComicBook/RichieRich'' comic book story, Richie's father was the victim of a voodoo doll.
* In ''The Vault Of Horror'' tale "Daddy's Lost His Head," a little girl being abused by her vicious stepfather is befriended by her elderly neighbor. The old woman gives the girl a doll made of caramel. The girl, noticing the doll resembles her stepfather, decides she wants to save it and play with the doll because she has no other toys. One night, after not receiving any food, the girl eats just one of the doll's hands, and sure enough, her stepfather loses a hand in an accident. The stepfather starts accusing the girl and the neighbor of being responsible, and to prove the doll is just candy, the girl bites off the head...
* In one ''The Brave & the Bold'' issue, Franchise/{{Batman}} and ComicBook/ThePhantomStranger are fighting a voodoo crime lord who murders people by using voodoo dolls (although [[AgentScully Batman insists it's all just power of suggestion]]). At the end of the story, the villain attempts to kill the stranger by plunging a needle into the heart of a doll of the Stranger, only to drop dead himself.

[[folder: {{Film}}]]
* In ''Film/BlairWitch'', the group wake up to find their camp surrounded by stick figures hanging from the trees, one of which has a clump of Talia's hair woven into it. [[spoiler:Later, Ashley angrily snaps this figure in half, which breaks Talia's spine.]]
* In the first ''Film/ChildsPlay'' movie, Chucky uses a voodoo doll to torture his former mentor into telling him how he can become human again.
* ''Film/{{Creepshow}}'''s framing story ends with two trash collectors finding the kid's comic book that his Jerkass father had thrown out, with one of them noticing an ad for a nifty voodoo doll, but someone had already clipped out the order form. We then cut to the kid's father having severe chest pains as his kid upstairs furiously jabs a needle into the doll.
* In ''Film/{{Dogma}}'', Loki constructs a voodoo doll of the chairman of Mooby's board of directors, and after a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech (to the entire board), smashes it. The chairman recoils in fear, but [[SubvertedTrope is unharmed]]. "Come on, I don't believe in voodoo," Loki says, as he walks out laughing. (He comes back in with a gun "But I do believe in this." and shoots almost everyone.)
* ''Film/TheHouseThatDrippedBlood'': The European 'poppet' version is used in "Sweets for the Sweet", with Jane fashioning an effigy of her father out wax and imbuing it with hairs stolen from his razor. She causes him heart pains by stabbing it with a needle [[spoiler:and later tosses it on to the fire]].
* The young Maharajah in ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'' uses one to cripple Indy as he's busy fighting with a GiantMook, requiring Short Round to step in and save Indy from certain head-squishing death. Yes, yes; the Thuggee cult didn't use voodoo dolls in real life, but it should be obvious by now that ''Indiana Jones'' [[MST3KMantra isn't a documentary anyway]].
* In ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanOnStrangerTides'', Blackbeard made a voodoo doll of Jack in order to keep him under control. It was thrown over a cliff to see if Jack would survive the jump and didn't appear again until TheStinger where it ended up in Angelica's possession.
* This is how one of the witches defeats Septimus in ''Film/{{Stardust}}''.

* In ''LightNovel/AnotherNote'', the SerialKiller's CallingCard is a [[http://omamorifromjapan.blogspot.com/2011/12/wara-ningyo-curses.html wara ningyo]] doll nailed into the wall, much in the way such a doll would be traditionally nailed to a tree to wish harm to whoever was being targeted. This leads to InUniverse speculation that the killer either is Japanese or has a grudge against Japanese people or both. It turns out, however, that the dolls serve as a sort of countdown; the first crime scene has four, then three, two, and Naomi and Rue have to try and stop the last one. [[spoiler:That one ''is'' Rue, or rather Beyond Birthday, though it doesn't go according to plan...and yes, there is a wara ningyo in that room.]]
* Little Willie Connolly uses poppets to cause sickness and pain in J.R. Lowell's 1972 thriller ''Daughter of Darkness''. At one point she uses a photograph. While she refers to "African voodoo" when she goes to the library, she is enough of an anthropologist to understand that what she's doing isn't Vaudon.
* ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'': In ''Discworld/WitchesAbroad'' Mrs. Gogol has a voodoo doll intended to be Lily, but when Granny Weatherwax gets in her way she makes it of her instead, stabbing it in the leg and making her stagger. Granny Weatherwax deals with it by sticking her hand into a torch, causing the doll to burst into flame.
* In ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'', thaumaturgy is one of the most common forms of magic used. Harry Dresden describes it as doing something small and having it happen big, and frequently uses Voodoo Dolls as an example of the concept. When actual dolls are involved their exact shape and size is irrelevant provided they approximate whatever is supposed to be affected, they are connected through blood or hair to the affected party.
** In ''Fool Moon'' Harry uses the principle to [[spoiler:temporarily disable a ''very'' powerful loup-garou. The doll he uses is a stuffed plush toy from the Special Investigations office that is otherwise used to amuse children waiting for their parents]].
** In the time between ''Fool Moon'' and ''Grave Peril'', Harry used a Ken doll as the focus for his spell to bind the powers of a warlock that he and Special Investigations were pursuing. He later makes the joking insult that the spell worked so well because it was anatomically correct.
** The villain of ''Storm Front'' used live rabbits in his thaumaturgic death spells. When he scooped the rabbit's heart out with a spoon the target's chest would explode.
* Lulu, the villain of "The Bad Baby-sitter" from ''Literature/TheHauntingHour'', creates "mud cookies", which are shaped like crude gingerbread men and employ a piece of the designated target to function as voodoo dolls. [[TeensAreMonsters She does this explicitly to torture people]].
* In Creator/RobertBloch's "Sweets to the Sweet", CreepyChild Irma makes a wax doll of her abusive father, rendering him bedridden and unable to carry out his regular beatings of her. When his equally {{Jerkass}}ish brother figures out what's going on, [[spoiler:she claims the doll's just a bit of candy, and ''bites its head off'' to prove it...]]
* ''Literature/ThatHoodooVoodooThatYouDo'' has effigies used by several of the ritual magicians involved in the anthology. Given it's an anthology about occult horror, they tend to work pretty well.
* ''Literature/TortallUniverse'': In ''In the Hand of the Goddess'', the second book of ''Song of the Lioness'', Alanna discovers that [[EvilSorcerer Duke Roger]] has made dolls of every important member of the royal court, including herself, and that he's been placing the queen's doll under running water to make her sicken and die. All of the other dolls were bound up in a veil so the people represented by them couldn't see what he was up to.
* In Creator/AndreiBelyanin's ''[[Literature/TsarGorokhsDetectiveAgency Bride Elimination]]'', princesses from various countries arrive to the Russian capital to marry Tsar Gorokh. Among them is Tambamba Mumumba, one of the daughters of the ruler of Nigeria. When someone starts poisoning the princesses, the African girl is the first suspect. Literature/BabaYaga sneaks into her room and finds dolls made to look like all the other princesses and numerous other attributes commonly associated with HollywoodVoodoo. The protagonist (a modern-day cop) immediately calls it Voodoo (despite voodoo being a New World religion, although its roots do stem from West Africa where Nigeria is located). It's even pointed out that Voodoo only works on someone who knows what it is (i.e. it's all in their heads). Tsar Gorokh becomes enamored with the girl after meeting and speaking with her (she speaks bad English, and Gorokh is an {{Omniglot}}). The protagonist goes to her room and finds a doll of the tsar, which he breaks to find pieces of hair and fingernails. Naturally, the tsar only fell for this after she explained it all to him.
* Creator/KarlEdwardWagner's story "More Sinned Against" gives this an especially warped twist. [[spoiler:The victim is an actor and his abused and exploited girlfriend works at a toy manufacturing company. Just think of all those action figures and what kids typically do to them...]]
* In ''Literature/TheWiseMansFear'', mommets (figurines made of wax or clay and using bits of hair or blood) are key components in Malefesance magic. [[spoiler:Kvothe uses an even more grisly version, stabbing an actual human corpse to maim people nearby.]]
* In ''Franchise/TheWitchesOfEastwick'', the titular women make a wax doll to [[spoiler:curse their romantic rival, Jenny Gabriel.]] The film version changes the victim to [[spoiler:Darryl Van Horne]] presumably to keep them sympathetic.

[[folder:{{Live Action TV}}]]
* ''Series/AmericanHorrorStoryCoven'':
** Queenie describes herself as a human voodoo doll; whatever she inflicts on her body appears on anyone she chooses, while causing [[HealingFactor no pain or injury to herself]].
** [[HistoricalDomainCharacter Marie Laveau]] uses an actual voodoo doll on [[spoiler:Hank Foxx as punishment for not killing the witches of Miss Robichaux's Academy.]]
* ''Series/{{Angel}}''. After Team Angel takes over [[OccultLawFirm Wolfram & Hart]], Gunn fires half his staff for being too evil, and later finds one of them trying to smuggle in a voodoo doll of a black man in a pin-striped suit.
* In one episode of ''Series/BeyondBeliefFactOrFiction,'' a woman creates a voodoo doll of her JerkAss boss and jabs a needle into its arm. And it works.
* ''Series/DoctorWho'': In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E2TheShakespeareCode "The Shakespeare Code"]], the trio of alien witches have one that they use to injure and kill people, which is activated by acquiring a bit of hair from the victim. There's also a more complex puppet used on Shakespeare as part of their plan.
* Mimi once used one on Drew in an episode of ''Series/TheDrewCareyShow''. Oddly it causes him pain in his arm although she's stabbing the doll [[GroinAttack somewhere further south]].
* A WitchDoctor used voodoo dolls to control the castaways (and turn the Professor into a zombie) in the ''Series/GilligansIsland'' episode "Voodoo". At the end of the episode, Gilligan [[ATasteOfTheirOwnMedicine decides to get back at him by making a voodoo doll of him]] and, despite Skipper saying it takes practice to make voodoo work, [[BeatThemAtTheirOwnGame Gilligan inadvertently drove the witch doctor from the island when he stabbed the doll with a pin in the butt]].
* On ''Series/GoodEats'', Alton sticks metal skewers (the kind used for kabobs) into a doll made to look like W. As he analyzes what's wrong with each kind of skewer (wrong shape, not sturdy enough, too sharp, not sharp enough, etc.), he causes W lots of pain.
* On ''Series/TheGrandTour'', James and Richard find a voodoo doll of James (among other items) while demolishing Jeremy's house.
* ''Series/{{MASH}}'': The episode "Preventative Medicine" has a subplot concerning yet another of Klinger's crazy schemes to get a Section 8 -- he goes around putting [[HollywoodVoodoo Voodoo curses]] on Col. Potter, and even has a poppet made in Potter's image. The scheme backfires when the main plot intervenes: Hawkeye and BJ drugged a [[BloodKnight overzealous colonel]] to get him to fake gastritis/appendicitis in a bid to take him off the line before trying another suicidal attack on a Communist-held position so [[MilesGloriosus he can win more fame and glory]]. The effects of the drug kicked in just as Klinger stuck the first needle into the Potter poppet, leading Klinger to think he somehow accidentally cursed the wrong colonel and he ends up abandoning the "voodoo" curse game [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone out of severe remorse]].
* ''Series/MurderSheWrote'': In "Big Easy Murder", a voodoo doll is placed next to the VictimOfTheWeek to make his murder look like it was part of a series of underworld-related voodoo murders.
* During a host segment on ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'', the 'bots use an Film/ErnestPWorrell doll to curse the main character of the movie they are watching (''Film/{{Gamera}}'').
* On ''{{Series/Salem}}'', Mary makes a poppet and plants it in Anne's room. She later uses it to threaten Anne's life to gain leverage over the magistrate and make him follow her order.
* In an episode of ''Series/{{Seed}}'', Zoey's grandmother erroneously believes that Harry is the man who knocked Zoey up and left her to raise the child alone for nine years (Zoey is actually a lesbian and Harry was just the sperm donor). She puts a curse on Harry and makes a voodoo doll of him. When Harry gets hold of the doll he decides to store the doll between two Playboy magazines just in case it really works.
* In one episode of ''Series/TalesFromTheDarkside'', "Baker's Dozen", an evil hoodoo witch and her slimy business partner sell gingerbread men that act as voodoo dolls. The hoodoo witch also regularly torments her assistant by using the magical dough to turn him into a mouse. In the end, both of them get a nasty KarmicDeath. The witch sneaks a gingerbread man of her partner into his belongings with a lipstick stained napkin. The man's wife sees this and ''crushes'' the cookie in a fit of jealousy. Cut to the man in the shower screaming in agony as blood fills the tub. The witch laughs in triumph and turns her assistant into a mouse again just for kicks. Suddenly she starts to get a headache. As the pain worsens, she realizes that her assistant must have baked a thirteenth cookie (hence a baker's dozen) that represented ''her''. [[HoistByHisOwnPetard She shrieks off-screen while the camera focuses on a mouse nibbling the gingerbread man's head off...]]
* In one episode of Creator/DerrenBrown's ''Tricks of the Mind'', he uses a doll to demonstrate to a NewAge practitioner how easy it is to make someone have a physical reaction to something that might not have any basis in fact. He takes the girl's ring and puts it inside the doll before using a piece of string to tie off the doll's legs, arms, and neck. In each case, the girl appears to be unable to walk, move arms, or speak. After the trick is over, he reveals that he never even took her ring, which is still on her finger.
* For all the liberties they take with the various mythologies their MonsterOfTheWeek episodes are based on, ''Series/TheXFiles'' actually gets this one right on two occasions.
** One episode involving actual Voodoo has no mention of dolls at all as far as villains and evil are concerned. But a kid tries to sell Scully a doll that should protect her. Mulder buys it from him for Scully.
** Episode "Theef" has poppets used to inflict harm from afar used not by a Haitian witch doctor but a practitioner of Appalachian folk magic.

* In the video of "No Light, No Light" by Music/FlorenceAndTheMachine, a voodoo doll is used against Florence, causing her to fall off a skyscraper.
* The subject of the Music/OzzyOsbourne song "Little Dolls".
* In the video for Music/SnoopDogg's "From Da Chuuuch to Da Palace," a young boy uses an action figure of Snoop to (unwittingly) cause all sorts of mayhem.
* Russian nu-metal band ''Slot'' has the song "Кукла Вуду", which literally means "Voodoo Doll".
* ''Music/TheyMightBeGiants'': "My Evil Twin" implies that the evil twin "cut the arm off a voodoo doll that resembles a Republican president from long ago".

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* In the ''TabletopGame/MasqueOfTheRedDeath'' setting for ''TabletopGame/{{Ravenloft}}'', certain voodoo-inspired magic users can do this.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Scion}}'' features voodoo dolls as a possible Relic for a child of the Loa; however, as the authors have done their research, they [[LampshadeHanging swiftly outline]] that the dolls are associated with hoodoo, but some of the Loa have picked them up for laughs. The description notes that they can be used to channel the Health Purview "and be sold to tourists for an outrageous markup."
* A number of cards from the early days of ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'' (such as [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=4 Black Vise]] and [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=109725 The Rack]]) feature a poppet getting maimed somehow to represent effects that targeted your opponent. The poppet itself got its own card in ''Time Spiral'', [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=116724 Stuffy Doll]].
** Not to forget the actual [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=206084 Voodoo Doll]] card itself, which plays up the "black magic" theme despite being an artifact by putting demands on its user as well -- the cost to activate it goes up each turn (as does the damage it inflicts), and once the player can no longer pay it it's apt to blow up in their face if they have no alternative method of keeping it tapped.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* These crop up fairly often in ''VideoGame/MonkeyIsland'' games. They tend to work at a limited range, and the spell to make them is a riff on the "OldNewBorrowedAndBlue" quatrain.
* In ''VideoGame/{{StarCraft II}}'' Gabriel Tosh has a thing for these, and if you chose to side with Nova instead of him he tries to use one on Raynor. [[spoiler:It gets Tychus instead. And Nova decides to stab it on her goodbye]].
* The title character of ''VideoGame/VoodooVince'' is a voodoo doll who can perform {{Limit Break}}s based on doing absurdly violent things to himself.
* The Voodoo Doll is one of Caleb's many weapons in ''VideoGame/{{Blood}}''. Unlike other voodoo dolls, it basically hurts whatever is in front of Caleb when he stabs it with the pin, instead of being keyed to a single being. You can also rip the doll's head off to do extremely high damage to every enemy in front of you.
* ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' - The Feastday Pranks DLC gives each party member two special gifts, one that puts their approval through the roof and one that reduces it by the same amount. Morrigan's gift is a voodoo doll of Alistair. Its effects include "Burning Sensation", "Two Left Feet", and "Strangely Stimulated".
* ''{{VideoGame/Elements}}'' has the card "[[http://elementscommunity.com/wiki/cards-darkness/voodoo-doll-voodoo-doll/ Voodoo Doll]]", which inflicts all damage and harmful effects onto the opponent.
* ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'' has the Guide Voodoo Doll, which will allow you to [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential harm the guide]]. However, he respawns after you kill him. If you throw it in lava while in the Underworld, it causes Wall Of Flesh to spawn in addition to killing the guide normally, which turns on hardmode for your world if defeated.
** There's also the Clothier Voodoo Doll, which lets you kill the Clothier, which also summons Skeletron when done at night.
* ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'':
** Alice, a character [[MarionetteMaster specializing in creative use of dolls]], has been shown performing the Japanese ritual [[http://en.touhouwiki.net/wiki/Bohemian_Archive_in_Japanese_Red/Alice at least once]].
** In ''Subterranean Animism'', Parsee's "Midnight Anathema Ritual" is derived from the Japanese version. In this case, she's skipped the doll and is trying to pound nails into you directly, but the idea is there. As a result, she's often shown with such dolls in fanart. This may have contributed to her FanNickname of [[UndergroundMonkey "Cave Alice"]].
* The ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' Banette is inspired by these dolls.
* Mojo from ''VideoGame/ChronoCross'' is a human-sized one with a giant nail through his chest.

* [[http://www.sinfest.net/archive_page.php?comicID=2764 God pulls it on Satan]] in this ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'' strip.
* Gwynn of ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'' made one of Riff and had some fun poking it in the eye, microwaving it, and throwing it in a desk drawer.
* ''The Repository of Dangerous Things'' has [[http://www.drunkduck.com/The_Repository_of_Dangerous_Things/4855129/ a few]] including one "living" doll. It's kind of cute, but smacking it around turns out to be a [[KillerRabbit very bad idea]], as it can choose whom it depicts and is capable of self-mutilation (the doll can be repaired later, after all).
** For 25 cents [[http://www.drunkduck.com/The_Repository_of_Dangerous_Things/4863931/ Mama Zora]] can make a reversible version of this (see next pages).
* Yvette has not been proven to build one of these yet. But there have been two dolls she's made (of Ursula and Ms. Monster) that are implied due to the lock of hair thing. (Ursula, as far as we know, didn't donate; Ms. Monster's wasn't really asked for hers..)
* Die in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' has a voodoo doll which erases people from the timeline altogether until the pin representing them is removed from the doll. This may take effect retroactively or not, and can be used to kill people or bring them back from the dead (by placing their pin on the doll after their death, then removing the pin).

[[folder:Web Original]]
* [[HallowedWorldly Gary, My Possession]] is a short film shot from the perspective of a kid using a voodoo doll to torture another kid that he really, really, doesn't like.
* WebVideo/{{Smosh}} has an episode where Anthony uses a voodoo doll of Ian to sabotage Ian's job interview. He later gets one of himself and uses it for...[[ADateWithRosiePalms other reasons]].
* PlayedForLaughs in ''WebAnimation/TeenGirlSquad'' Issue 12. Early in, The Ugly One is seen sticking a series of pins into a doll resembling the Arrow'd Guy. Later on, the Arrow'd Guy jumps up from behind a skeleton with an Ugly One voodoo doll, screaming "BAD JUJU!!!"

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' subverted this trope in the episode "The Worry Men", a mystical doll that supposedly gives you good dreams and takes your worries away when you put it under your pillow while you sleep. One of Bruce Wayne's wealthy friends buys some of these "worry men" dolls on a trip to Central America, and distributes them among Gotham City's when she returns home. However, the worry men are actually infused with the Mad Hatter's mind control technology, which he uses to manipulate the wealthy Gothamites into robbing themselves. Batman wrecks the plan and captures the Mad Hatter, and as Bruce Wayne pays to fly the legitimate HollywoodVoodoo practitioner who the Hatter forced to help him back to Central America. The worry men's magic turns out to be RealAfterAll when the practitioner gives Batman a worry man that helps him sleep...and also gave the Mad Hatter a different type of worry man that gives him nightmares.
* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' has a variation where [[EvilTwin Negaduck]] steal's a witch doctor's mystic amulet that allows him to create destructive {{Animate Inanimate Object}}s using kooky clay figurines.
* One ColdOpen for ''WesternAnimation/EarthwormJim'' featured Evil the Cat using one of these on Jim. 'Aw, sympathetic magic sucks!' Then he found out it worked both ways...
* A variation appears in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/FairlyOddParents'' called Yoodoo Dolls, which had all the same abilities as regular voodoo dolls with the addition of being able to make people talk.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'' episode "Let's Play Figurines", the main four get figurines of themselves. Stumpy makes a DealWithTheDevil to turn them into voodoo dolls so he can inflict pain on anyone who doesn't obey him.
* In ''WesternAnimation/MartinMystery'' the episode "You Do Voodoo" was all about a shaman who made voodoo dolls that were affecting the town.
* Creator/{{Filmation}}'s ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfSuperman'' episode "The Deadly Super-Doll". A supervillain named The Sorcerer is a master of the ancient arts of wizardry, occult ritual and BlackMagic. He creates a Superman doll from the magic clay of the ancient wizard Philbias and uses it to control the Man of Steel's body.
* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'':
** In the episode, "Birthday Bash", [[HarmlessVillain The Amoeba Boys]] give the girls voodoo dolls of themselves for their birthday. Mojo Jojo then points out to them that they're not supposed to give the girls the dolls, they're supposed to keep the dolls and stick needles in them.
** Played straight in the episode, "I See a Funny Cartoon in Your Future'', when Madame Argentina buys three voodoo dolls of the girls and uses them to torture them. The girls get back at her by buying a voodoo doll of her duck sidekick, Fred, and barbecuing it.
* ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooOnZombieIsland'' has the villains using these on some of the Scooby gang at one point, though to immobilize them, not to torture them.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** Near the end of episode "The Joy Of Sect", Moe pokes a voodoo doll of Barney in the belly with a miniature beer bottle, which makes Barney crave a drink.
** In "Homer and Apu", when Homer falls sick with food poisoning, Dr. Hibbert suggests it was caused by either spoilt food or voodoo. Patty and Selma refute this, claiming "We've mostly been working the eyes" while taking out a voodoo doll of Homer with pins stuck in its eyes.
* A variant of this trope appears in ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs'' episode "Denisa's Greedy Doll" when Gargamel puts Greedy's apron on Denisa's doll and casts a spell on it so that whatever happens to the doll wearing the apron also affects Greedy. The Smurfs turn the tables by having the doll wear fabric from Gargamel's robe.
* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'': In [[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS4E19Massacre "Massacre"]], Nightsister leader Mother Talzin uses one to torture Count Dooku from across the galaxy, in a rather nightmarish scene.
* A ''[[WesternAnimation/GeorgeOfTheJungle Super Chicken]]'' cartoon has him and his opponent The Fat Man fighting by hitting and twisting voodoo dolls of each other.
** A similar plot was used in ''WesternAnimation/SecretSquirrel''.
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWhereAreYou'', the gang search a hutch owned by a witch and find a bunch of voodoo dolls that look like them, made by the witch to scare them away. Scooby decides to see if they actually work by poking a pin into the butt of the Shaggy doll. Shaggy actually yelps in pain and holds his butt, thinking that he's "been voodooed," but it turns out he just backed up into a fork.