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Die querschnittsgelähmte Nica lebt nach einer dramatischen Vergangenheit in einer Irrenanstalt. Sie gibt sich die Schuld an dem Tod ihrer gesamten Familie und glaubt, dass die grausame Puppe Chucky nur ein Hirngespinst war. Doch dann bekommt sie. Cult Of Chucky ein Film von Don Mancini mit Allison Dawn Doiron, Jennifer Tilly. Inhaltsangabe: Seitdem sie für den Mord an ihrer Familie verantwortlich. gissalogotypen.se - Kaufen Sie Cult of Chucky günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. DVD-Markt produziert wurde. folgte die Fortsetzung Cult of Chucky. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Handlung; 2. Confined to an asylum for the criminally insane, Nica Pierce (Fiona Dourif) is wrongly convinced that she, not Chucky, murdered her entire family.
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A psychiatrist familiar with knife-wielding dream demon Freddy Krueger helps teens at a mental hospital battle the killer who is invading their dreams.
After accused of murdering her family, Nica is taken to an asylum and thinks that she's the cause of the deaths of her family. However, when grisly deaths start to occur, she then realizes that Chucky, her illusion might not be make believe.
She also finds out that the doll is slowly starting to possess anyone or anything to join a huge cult to kill off Chucky's victims, but things don't go to well in the asylum, including for Chucky's long lost friend, Andy, who tries to stop the cult from getting bigger while also trying to get past Chucky's wife, "Tiffany.
Uh huh. Horror fans get slapped in the face once again with this latest installment of the Chucky franchise. You know Don Mancini may have taken the credit for writing all these films For some reason he just does not know how to make a real horror film.
He didn't direct the first one and that's the only really good one. I'm not watching any more of these movies unless it gets a reboot.
But with the way this movie is, I figure they expected us to say that. They took the lore and flushed it down the toilet and they just slapped this together they didn't care.
Nothing makes sense any more and Chucky's motivation is non-existent, it's not scary. Chucky has been dismantled. The movie was pretty but Chucky's been dismantled.
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Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Rachel Alex Vincent Andy Barclay Brad Dourif Chucky voice Fiona Dourif Nica Pierce Dan De Jaeger Orderly 2 Michael Therriault Foley Zak Santiago Nurse Carlos Ali Tataryn Nurse Ashley Marina Stephenson Kerr Angela Adam Hurtig Michael Grace Lynn Kung Rachel probed further as Andy explained Aunt Maggie's demise, she finds it too overwhelming and leaves Andy abandoned at the restaurant.
Andy Barclay morose about his life situation came home in his cabin with hunted game trophies hung on the wall and armoury, nothing but beer stack in the fridge.
Opens a security safe and the blasted head of Chucky from the last movie begins to tease and sneers at Andy, so with a blowtorch Chucky gets some torture but remained alive.
Barclay vows to find Nica Pierce. Nica is moving from Lockmore hospital to a less security psychiatric ward called Harrogate psychiatric hospital when she meets Claire, Multiple Malcolm and others.
As Nica was settling in with a brief affair with Malcolm, then Tiffany Valentine Jennifer Tilly as Alice's legal Guardian brings tragic news to Nica that made her weep, as she comes to terms with her great loss, a Chucky doll is brought into therapy session, one patient accepts the doll as her child, Nica explained in realisation that the woman who visited her was Charles Lee Ray's Girlfriend and Chucky "serial killer in the eighties who murdered twenty-two people" during his human years, of course nobody believes her, Dr Foley claimed about 20 percent of good guy dolls are called Chucky and her delusions are perpetual, and to prove it, he burns Chucky's hand.
Clare storms off with the doll to dispose as he bit her arm, she alerts people but they lock her up, and she dies. Nica was on the verge of committing suicide when Chucky wrote in blood "not so fast" and the older patient died next morning wrote in blood "Chucky did it" which put the blame on Nica.
Another good guy doll called Chucky arrived by post, then Andy tracks the Harrogate psychiatric hospital to bring a short haired Good Guy doll from his safe keeping, and there is a multiple Chucky tag team of dolls.
There is a crazy twist to the ending to explain Andy was tricked into a psychiatric padded room, and Charles Lee Ray won through the battle and finally turns human in a human being of an unsuspected person as the awaiting Tiffany Valentine gave a passionate Kiss as they drove off to oblivion.
Then a nemesis sent by Andy's request from Chucky's past comes to torture the talking severed doll's head from curse of Chucky to get answers which makes way for another sequel.
This opens up Child's play Eight in four years time. I love it! Like a puzzle and good pacing with some comedy including twists and turns.
Nica starts walking and it is up to you as viewers to find out why, and many surprises galore to where that came from. I recommend this movie.
It is even better than curse of Chucky, it is surreal and dream like, Chucky becomes powerful than ever, lighting and photography is well presented.
A bit of thought had gone into it but I do love psychological mystery Horror anyway. I don't have to elucidate, Go see it much highly recommended.
LegendsofHorror 3 October Let me start off by saying that the "Chucky" craze has been around for a long time, "Chucky" has gone through several changes over the years a lot like "Fred Krueger".
They both started out as terrifying entities but over time sorta turned into demented blood crazed comedians, but throughout they always had their saving grace as horror icons.
That being said, Child's Play created a stone cold killer made from plastic, after the original trilogy he became a somewhat parody of himself Cult of Chucky returns our favourite killer doll back to his darker roots but still embedded within is the dark humour that us horror fans smile at amidst all his gory glory.
The film opens up with fan favourite Alex Vincent as Andy Barclay, who was seen in the end credits of Curse who is now a mature young man still fighting with his daemons.
Whilst on a date played by beautiful Allison Dawn Doiron , things escalate and send us to a brief but fantastically twisted opener.
The first eight minutes of this film is one of the best opening sequences since the original classic film. Once the credits start we fans see a beautifully edited montage of footage from all the 'Child's Play' films that we all grew up with which lead us into the mind's eye of one of the sole survivors of 'Curse' Nica Pierce played by Fiona Dourif, daughter of "Chucky".
We find her now institutionalized and trying to come to terms with the murders with the help Dr. Foley, played by Michael Therriault who convinced she is improving sends her to a minimum security ward which entails a unholy reunion with everybody's favourite serial killer.
Still somewhat convinced she was more involved with the murders than "Chucky" she still fights these doubts as the killings start back up again with the arrival of a therapeutic Good Guy Doll.
The visuals are beautifully shot, as is the tension. There are also some nicely placed cameos therein which add to the storyline, more than just fan candy.
The death scenes contain some nice throwbacks to some of the brutality of the original films as well as adding some gratuitous gore of the gorehounds that are fans of the series.
There have been mixed reviews mainly due to the change of Good Guy Mythos. These mythos are explained as the film picks up to its shocking finale as well as Director Don Mancini mentioned before that there will be more 'Child's Play' films and these new changes will be a part of the new vision in the franchise.
Coventry 29 October Perhaps I just was in an exceptionally optimistic and generous mood when I watched it, but I quite liked the previous installment "Curse of Chucky".
Especially after the dreadfully awful "Seed of Chucky" in , "Curse of Chucky" felt like a far more mature and good old- fashioned horrific revival of the franchise with the emphasis on suspense and plot rather than on stupid slapstick one-liners.
Unfortunately it was a lucky shot, as this direct sequel is once again a largely ludicrous and inept hash. The slayings are still joyously blood-soaked and the mysteriously captivating Fiona Dourif daughter of returns as leading lady, but the screenplay is pure nonsense and Chucky is again a sneering jester instead of a menacing killer.
The story continues quite logically, with Nica Pierce submitted to a heavily guarded mental institution after the bloody events of the previous film.
Her psychiatrist, Dr. Foley, arranges for Nica to be transferred to a less strict clinic and participate in group therapy. Andy Barclay, Charles Lee Ray original target victim, is also still around and keeps the heavily mutilated leftovers of the possessed Chucky doll in a safe at his house.
Meanwhile, a number of Good Guy dolls are being sent to the clinic and they ALL appear to be possessed with Chucky's cheerful persona. The explanation for why all the dolls are simultaneously possessed is cheap, imbecilic and downright preposterous.
He wrote all films since the original and took over directing them since He'll probably never make anything else, but maybe he should.
The seventh installment contains, for example, an ingenious decapitation and a delightful head-crushing. This here sets off some strange events and elsewhere Andy Alex Vincent is trying to find a plan to defeat Chucky once and for all.
They might have added more Chucky dolls but they didn't add much else. The film started off fairly good as we catch up with Alex and see how Chucky is still having an impact on his life.
All is well when we're re-introduced to the Nica character and we see her trying to move on from her "crimes" of the previous film.
It seems the screenplay was trying to tie too many things together and in the end none of it worked too well. You've got all of these connections to previous films but it just makes for a mess of a film.
The movie really doesn't know if it wants to be a straight horror film or if it wants to take Chucky back to his comedian days.
There are a lot of really lame jokes here that aren't funny and there are also a lot of pop culture references and these here are really lame.
The film does go for some extreme gore during its death scenes and if you're watching the unrated version then you'll see some pretty graphic stuff.
Brad Dourif returns to the role of Chucky's voice and he too is quite good. I'm not going to spoil the ending but it makes me interesting to see where future installments go but lets hope the screenplays are a tad bit more clear and not trying to do so much.
Unlike all other slasher franchises from the 70s and 80s that have rebooted "for a new generation," this one keeps moving forward and manages to stay utterly creative.
The Chucky movies are one big, continuing story since Don Mancini has had a hand in every one of them.
He wrote parts and then, for parts , he took over as director as well. His latest, Cult of Chucky, adds something completely new and unexpected to the saga but does not forget the past.
Heck, there's even a reference to Kent Military Academy the location for part 3. I really enjoyed this movie! Brad Dourif returns again as the voice of Chucky and has some fun dialog to spout.
His daughter reprises the role of "Nica" and continues to impress. Cult of Chucky is fresh but faithful to the franchise.
While I will admit that none of these films are great movies, most of them are pretty fun. The character of Chucky is so ridiculous, and the way in which he goes about killing people is often so absurd, that as a genuine horror fan I often found it hard not to enjoy myself.
This film sort of wraps up Chucky's story I say sort of because, in the immortal words of Chucky: "I always come back. And of course, there was the remake "Child's Play" starring Aubrey Plaza, which I still haven't seen as of the moment that I'm writing this review, but I've been told that it sets up for a sequel.
Chucky isn't going away, but this film did sort of feel like it had a touch of finality to it. I didn't enjoy this film as much as I did "Seed of Chucky", which is where I think the series sort of peaks; it's an okay ending to the Brad Dourif era of "Child's Play.
If you like Chucky and you've come this far in the series, you might as well finish it. MaximumMadness 3 October For near thirty years now, good-ole' Chucky the killer doll has been terrorizing audiences the world over with his killer antics and twisted gallows humor.
He's an indisputable horror icon, so it was never any surprise that even after a prolonged absence starting in , he would eventually re-emerge.
And that he did with 's surprisingly accomplished franchise-revival "Curse of Chucky"- a fiendish chapter that won back many of the fans whom had drifted from the series.
And while it took four long years of waiting, our anticipation for a follow-up to "Curse" has finally been answered with director Don Mancini's "Cult of Chucky", the seventh film in the "Child's Play" story.
And while "Cult" did receive a warm reception from both general and horror film critics, with plenty of positive buzz built from a successful festival stint And that really is a shame, because as a fan of this series for many years, I though "Cult of Chucky" was a slick, stylish and incredibly enjoyable installment that only furthered my appetite for future follow-ups.
While it definitely does lack the inherent freshness that permeated from "Curse of Chucky", "Cult" is a very organic extension of that film's mood and tone, and builds off of it very well It's a good mixture that balances the best of both worlds, while furthering the series narrative in strangely unique and risky ways.
I really had a blast with it! Four years later. Chucky's original mark Andy Barclay Alex Vincent is still suffering the ramifications of his past, while his most recent target Nica Fiona Dourif has spend the past few years cooped up in an insane-asylum, blamed for the death of her family.
After convincing herself that she was responsible and that Chucky was merely a figment of her imagination, Nica is transferred to a medium-security facility in an attempt to be rehabilitated.
However, things take a dark turn when the head therapist introduces an interesting new therapeutic "device" to assist in Nica's aid Shortly after, another startling turn happens when a certain bride of a certain killer doll Jennifer Tilly drops off a yet another Good-Guy doll to Nica.
Which doll is just a doll? And which could possibly hold the soul of the serial killer Charles Lee Ray? And how can Chucky even be there when Andy seemingly has his still- living disembodied head?
These questions will lead to a series of startling revelations that will leave Nica and Andy questioning their sanity as a game of torture and death plays out around them And thankfully, these moments do come quickly and consistently after the end of the first act.
And it provides a lot of great entertainment value. The fact is, for a low-budget, direct-to-video follow up that is the seventh installment in a decades-old slasher film franchise I also was quite taken with Mancini's keen visual eye for flow, composition and design.
This is a gorgeous looking film. This only made all the better by the consistently good performances. Particularly of note is Fiona Dourif, who continues to play Nica to perfection and has made her possibly the most likable lead of the series.
She truly is a remarkable actress, and I hope to see her get more recognition in the future. It's also great fun to hear our friend-till-the-end Brad Dourif once again as the voice of Chucky.
He continues to own the role and you can tell from his voice that he's having a blast. And of course, the delightful scenery-chewing Jennifer Tilly is back once again and with some more screen-time to boot.
Tilly has added a lot to the franchise, so she's always a big plus for me. Unfortunately, I can't help but admit the flaws here, and they do bring the movie down a few pegs.
The budget is noticeably low, and the movie does at times have a sort-of cheap feeling to it that can take you out of the film.
They're trying to do so much with so little, and it doesn't always work. The first act is a huge drag following a rather brilliant opening, and it feels very patchy and thrown together in comparison to the better- structured "Curse.
It makes the first half- hour or so a chore to sit through. Thankfully, by the midway point, it course-corrects, and the rest of the film is pure horror bliss.
I'm gonna give it a pretty good 7 out of 10 as a fan of the series, and I would definitely recommend giving it a shot with an open mind.
It's not perfect The first 2 Child's Play movies were good and then it only received bad films, until when The Curse of Chucky gave some life to the franchise.
I was with high expectations because I liked the previous film, however The Cult of Chucky is really bad like The Seed of Chucky or even worse.
The story is a mess, stupid and boring, the kills are bad and the characters are just uninteresting. However this installment has some good jokes and tries to give some life to this franchise,and the characters of Fiona Dourif and Alex Vincent are fine.
In my opinion this movie should start with what we've seen during the ending, that would open an opportunity for a good and interesting story.
If there will be a sequel, I hope will be different, more violent, funny without being ridiculous and with good characters.
Chucky is back, but we have seen him in better days. Rating: 3. I don't know what all the complaining's about. I thought this was the best Child's Play in quite some time.
Curse was a solid entry in the series, but personally I didn't find its return to the more serious tone of the original movie to be the greatest thing that ever happened to the series, like most people seem to believe.
No, I much preferred Cult, which instead of moving backwards and retreading the original movie, goes forward in an interesting new direction.
I don't want to spoil anything, so I'll just say there's a new spin introduced to the classic concept of Chucky that leads to some interesting plot twists and some crazy possibilities for the future.
Yes, there's some pretty silly stuff happening sometimes though not anywhere near as cheesy as 4 and 5 , but this is a long-running horror franchise from the 80's, what do you expect?
I thought the balance of seriousness and ridiculousness was just right in this case. I disagree with the claims that the movie was too slow.
Yes, there's not a lot of death in the beginning, but the script is well-written and the cast is solid and they both carry it well as things start gradually ramping up until the complete insanity of the final act.
By the time it was over I was so into it that I was sad to see it end already. I really hope that Mancini picks right up where he left off here, because I really want to see where he takes all these strange new developments and Cult of Chucky has left me more excited for the future of this franchise than I have been in decades.
It's a Chucky Flick, What did you expect? Chucky to give an Oscar winning performance! I Don't care what anyone thinks, it's a good movie in my eyes!!
I wish I could say I was disappointed, but let's be honest. With the exception of Child's Play and Curse of Chucky, the Chucky films have been varying levels of suck.
And while I can't say it's anywhere near as bad as some of the other ones, it's still not really that good per se.
Fan service? Most of the movie consists of this: Chucky kills someone, Nicca claims that it was Chucky's fault, nobody believes her.
Rinse, lather, and repeat for three fourths of the movie. In the film's final act, it does get a little interesting when it's revealed that Chucky has learned how to transfer his soul into multiple bodies at once.
But then that ends before it can get fully utilized. That may not sound like an actual criticism to you, but hear me out.
The entire film takes place inside of a mental institution, yet the only patients we see are the supporting and main characters, one psychiatrist, and two orderlies.
We never see any other staff members or patients besides them and it really made me question if this was just the most understaffed and underutilized mental institution in the world.
Chances are the low budget didn't allow for a huge cast. Curse of Chucky had an advantage in that regard considering how most of the film took place in a house and most of the characters consisted of the main character's family.
So extras weren't really needed anyway. But if you're setting your film in a big facility, do you really expect me to buy that the staff only consists of three people?
Others may not agree and might say I'm nitpicking, but it was very distracting. All in all, it's not very good.
It's nowhere near as bad as say Child's Play 3 or Seed of Chucky, but it's far from the pleasant surprise that Curse of Chucky was. You might enjoy it if you're a die hard Chucky fan, but if you're not, well then I can't help you.
HaNzz99 5 October The Child's Play franchise was one of the first film series, in any genre, that I've seen as a kid, and I remember being both terrified and oddly amused by them.
Now, I find them to be more of a guilty pleasure, with the exception of the original and Curse of Chucky, both of which I found to be legitimately great slashers.
When I heard that a seventh installment would get made, I got undeniably excited. Curse was such a well made revitalization for the franchise, and its ending promised even better, not to mention more deranged, things to come, so I was interested in seeing in which direction Mancini would take the characters.
Add on top of that the return of some previous protagonists from the earlier films.. Fortunately, it delivered. I really liked it.
Like seriously liked it. For me it was an extremely competent and fun 80's stylistically speaking psychological slasher that ranks among the better installments in the franchise.
It delivers on the promise made by Curse, introduces many new and exciting concepts and leaves you salivating for the next installment.
I thought Mancini's direction took many queues from Hitchcock and de Palma, and it shows in the staging of some shots to evoke a sense of dread or incoming menace, and the execution of some scenes like the dual screen ones, nice callback to Carrie, one of the big horror landmarks.
Not only that, but the clean, very white-ish color palette also worked in favor as it made the film, and the asylum itself, feel more mysterious and entrancing.
It goes hand to hand perfectly with the surreal and bizarre nature of the film. The red and white contrast whenever there's a murder is also beautiful in an odd way to look at.
Great cinematography and style I'd say. I was impressed at this level of craftsmanship out of a very small budget direct to DVD movie.
As for the acting itself, it ranges from serviceable to great. I never felt like someone did a bad job, and even when someone decided to go over the top like Malcom or Angela, I thought it fit well within the location.
Alex Vincent isn't the best actor nor is he remarkable, but his performance wasn't that off really. His performance sold for me the image of a lonely guy that isn't scared anymore by Chucky, but is still scarred for life by him.
Brad and Fiona Douriff were both amazing, and Jenniffer Tilly was as crazy as she has always been. Whenever these actors appeared the film became a hell of a lot more fun for me.
As for the story, I found it to make sense, even though I agree that you need to have seen the other films to get what's going on in this one.
The way this film ends is rather unexpected for me. Both me and my sister gasped immensely during certain reveals, and I actually think the ending is the best part of the movie.
It subverts expectations, expands on the lore and leaves some concepts ambiguous Don expressed he left some things unexplained that will be addressed in part 8 , not to mention the fates of certain characters are so somber and dark, it makes you desperately want to know what's next for them.
A close second is the film's opening. Such a standout, it perfectly encapsulates the level of hatred Andy has for this killer doll.
The post credits reveal was also hype inducing for me my favorite character from a previous film returns and kt was glorious. Soundtrack was maybe a bit to reminiscent of Curse's but I think that's Don way of addressing some complaints people had about the franchise not having a main theme.
Since Curse's was so well received, why not keeping that one with some tweaks here and there to differentiate the style of each subsequent film?
I preferred Child's Play 2's theme, but I'm still happy with this. All in all, I was happy with this film. It delivered on the psychological and mysterious aspects of the original trilogy, it delivered on the gore and slasher fronts, had great dark humor, some very unique and unexpected ideas, was well directed, acted, composed, brought together all previous films and promises an epic endgame for this franchise, or at least a very interesting future.
It's not remarkably "scary", but it was a hell of a lot of fun, and I'm very interested in seeing where these characters end up next.
I've seen a whole lot of love for this film, with some negative. But for the most part, this movie is loved by many people I personally thought the movie was a riot.
I mean, how do you take a movie like a Chucky movie seriously, really? You can definitely tell Brad Dourif was having the time of his life voicing the character in this film, and aside from him, what other big names did this film have?
Jennifer Tilly? Yes because that name has talent written all over it. Come on now. It's a Chucky film I mean, just what were people expecting?
This movie was a trip. LOL Glad to see someone still knows how to just make silly B-movies that one does not have to think hard to enjoy.
I'm truly glad that they're still making sequels. Every installment of this series has been, for me anyways, consistently entertaining and has brought something different to the table; this film is no exception.
From the beginning it is making the viewer question a little bit what is real and what isn't. Now because it is the movie that it is, I did kinda figure out what was going on, granted not too much longer before it was revealed.
Still, I found this to be a fun ride from beginning to end with a great amount of thrills and laughs to be had as with all of these movies thus far.
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Nothing makes sense any more and Chucky's motivation is non-existent, it's not scary. Chucky has been dismantled. The movie was pretty but Chucky's been dismantled.
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Child's Play 3 Child's Play Madeleine is visited by her own doll, which has risen from the grave, and she allows the doll to kill her so she can finally be with her baby.
Foley attempts to assault Nica but is knocked out by one of the Chucky dolls. The Chucky doll awakens the doll Andy had sent.
The three Chuckys reveal that the original Chucky found a voodoo spell on the Internet, which allowed him to separate his soul into multiple host bodies.
Alice was one host, but she was killed. All the dolls then kill Carlos in front of Nica. Tiffany returns and kills a security guard by slashing his throat.
One of the Chuckys transfers his soul into Nica, giving her body the ability to walk again. She then stomps on Foley's head, using high heels that Foley had given Nica earlier, killing him.
She stumbles upon Malcolm, who confessed to killing Nurse Ashley, and is subsequently killed by Madeleine's Chucky.
A short-haired Chucky attacks Andy, but Andy reaches into the doll's chest and pulls out a gun he had planted there. He shoots the doll before stomping its head, killing him.
He then shoots at Nica Chucky, only to discover that he has no ammunition left. The institution is sent into lockdown, resulting in Andy being locked inside his cell, Madeleine's Chucky going into hiding, and Nica Chucky escaping.
Nica Chucky reunites with Tiffany before driving off together with the Tiffany doll, which is revealed to be alive as well, containing Alice's soul.
In a post-credits scene , Andy's former foster sister Kyle from the second film enters Andy's house, having been sent by Andy to continue torturing the original Chucky's severed head.
In December , following the release of Curse of Chucky , Don Mancini confirmed that he was planning on developing a seventh installment in the Chucky franchise.
In an October interview, Mancini revealed that since Child's Play 3 , he had always wanted to introduce the concept of "Multiple Chuckys" but was unable to do so due to budget constraints.
He eventually used the concept in Cult of Chucky , 26 years later. Howell as Alice. Cult of Chucky marks Vincent's first principal role in the franchise since he was a child actor, in Child's Play 2 , twenty-seven years prior.
Alex Vincent also appeared as Andy during a post-credits scene in Curse of Chucky. Principal photography for Cult of Chucky began in Winnipeg on January 9, , with the cinematographer from Curse of Chucky , Michael Marshall, returning in the same capacity.
An early review posted on Bloody Disgusting was very favorable of the film. Benedict Seal stated: "Seventh films have no right to be this good or break this much new ground.
Cult of Chucky takes this wild story in a whole host of new directions that franchise fans are sure to get a kick out of.
There are so many batshit delights, especially as things escalate towards the finale, but to spoil them would be to ruin Mancini and co.
Without a doubt, Child's Play is a horror franchise worth treasuring. Mancini's low-key shooting style also shifts up a gear with slow-motion split-screen action and deranged psycho-lesbian clinches, like Brian De Palma on an indie-movie budget.
A lean 91 minutes long, Cult of Chucky is part self-spoofing slasher, part lowbrow bloodbath and all guilty pleasure.
Either way, this most tenacious of horror franchises can walk on with its head held high. Cult of Chucky has big ideas, strong performances and some moments that rank among the best in the series.
The other classic slasher franchises may be failing, but lately, Chucky is making entertaining horror sequels look like child's play.
Most references to the character had been cut from Cult of Chucky. In February , it was announced that a Child's Play television series is in the works, with involvement from Mancini and producer David Kirschner, and is set to be a continuation of the film's story arc.
Mancini also stated that as well as the series, feature films will still continue. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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