Quentin Tarantino’s slave revenge fantasy “Django Unchained” remained at the number two spot this past weekend and is on track to become the director’s top-grossing film in North America.

The film’s release came with a lot of criticism and new actions figures released alongside the movie are causing even more controversy.

Karu F. Daniels has a story on The Daily Beast that looks at the controversy the dolls have started:

“This doll shit is crazy,” talent manager, filmmaker, and fashion industry doyenne Bethann Hardison told The Daily Beast. “But Quentin Tarantino believes in what he’s got and it seems he is not believing anything less.”

After repeated attempts to get someone to go on record about the collection, NECA spokesperson Leonardo Saraceni declined to make anyone available, would not comment and referred all queries to the Weinstein Company. No one at the Weinstein Company was available for comment by deadline and no one responded to questions posed.

Admitting that at first glance he thought the dolls to be just a piece of memorabilia, noted black film critic Tim Gordon, also citing Jamie Foxx unveiling the trailer of the movie during the recent Soul Train Awards telecast, noticed “there were a lot of things that were done for Django that would’ve never been done for Inglourious Basterds … but people don’t speak up. People have gotten so – I don’t know if the word is comfortable or naïve. We just want to go along to get along and it’s very frustrating.”

There are eight-inch action figures with tailored clothing, weaponry, and accessories in the likeness of characters played by Foxx, Kerry Washington, Samuel L. Jackson, Leonardo DiCaprio, James Remar and Christoph Waltz. The dolls are currently on sale via Amazon.com and start at $29.99 and go up to $44.99.

And Amazon.com is exactly were some are taking their frustration with the action figures. Check out the review for the “Stephen” action figure below.