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5 Things We Learned From The ‘Curse Of Chucky’ Trailer!!!

Universal Home Entertainment released the trailer for Don Mancini’s Curse of Chucky, the sixth Child’s Play film following the 2004 Seed of Chucky, today. And it actually looks pretty good! I’m digging the return to horror form, albeit at a lower budget.

In the sequel directed by creator Don Mancini, “Nica (Fiona Dourif) is grieving over the gruesome suicide of her mother when her domineering older sister Barb (Danielle Bisutti) arrives with her young family in tow to help settle their mother’s affairs. As the sisters butt heads over Nica’s plans for the future, Barb’s young daughter comforts herself with a grinning, red-haired talking doll named Chucky (voiced again by Brad Dourif) that recently arrived mysteriously in the mail. But as a string of brutal murders begins to terrorize the household, Nica suspects the doll may hold the key to the bloodshed. What she doesn’t know is that Chucky has a personal score to settle. He’s determined to finish a job he started more than 20 years earlier, and this time he’s going to see it through to the bloody and shocking end.” The film hits VOD platforms September 24 with a Blu-ray/DVD date slated for October 8.

So, what did we learn from the trailer? Head below to find out!!!

Chucky’s Back In Shape!

Say farewell to those stitches and scars from Bride Of Chucky and Seed Of Chucky! Charles Lee Ray has had a makeover, which helps the filmmakers sell us on the idea that anyone would have him in their house.

He’s Got A Little Friend!

Taking a page from the first Child’s Play movie, Chucky’s got a human in his life who actually likes him. We’ll see if this girl is a fitting replacement for Andy Barclay later, but – again – another turn in the right direction. Actually using the subterfuge of being a doll to his advantage.

He Can Look Kinda Weird!

He looks almost a bit like a Mogwai here, doesn’t he? Oh well. Maybe it’s just his sad face?

He Picks On The Crippled!

Chucky has never been above a low-blow. He doesn’t care about keeping it classy, just getting the job done.

His Face Moves More!

With decent digital effects becoming affordable to just about anyone, we can now have Chucky switch from “still” to “rampage” mode in no time at all!



  • ill_mindedd

    im actually excited for this. it cant be worse then seed of chucky !

  • MartyrX

    definitely have high hopes for this! it def won’t be the worst film in the series, so it will undoubtedly be fun and enjoyable!

  • Shamroxx

    I wasn’t sure what to expect going into watching the trailer for this, but was pleasantly surprised what what I saw. I usually favor practical effects over CGI in horror films. Yet, I think it will be pretty kick ass to see Chucky display a wider range of facial expression / emotions, and to have them be a little more fluid than in the past movies. I’m also glad they decided to do away with the Tiffany and Glen characters from the last two films. I’m definitely looking forward to picking this one up!

  • morrisseylikesburgers

    He’s not sad in that 3rd pic. Just realllllyyyyyy stoned.

  • RobinIsomaa

    Like most horror fans, I prefer practical effects, and I think they work perfectly with Chucky. He’s a doll; he’s not supposed to be able to move fluently. If you compare his look in the original films with this CG version, it’s like the original Freddy Krueger (Englund) and the remade version (Haley).

    Despite this, I’m really excited about “Curse of Chucky”, and as one of my friends said “at least Brad Dourif is back”!

  • Slasher_Lover23

    Part of me wants to believe that this one takes place between Child’s Play 3 and Bride of Chucky. Hence why he doesn’t look all stitched up and stuff.

  • djblack1313

    i’m still wondering why there’s a positive quote from Brad on this DVD’s cover when he hasn’t seen the movie. he was asked about it yesterday but never responded to one can only assume it’s a fake positive quote on the DVD cover.

    • GhostsOfRoute23

      DJblack- go re-read the original article. Mr. D clearly states he already saw the movie and his review is forth coming. Its not fake.

      • djblack1313

        GhostsOfRoute23, thanks! i missed that part of the article. thanks for clarifying for me! 🙂

  • LuJr81

    I really don’t know how I feel about this yet. I mean I’m super excited Chucky is back but I though it would be in a remake that would run in theaters. Which is probably what they will end up doing anyways in a couple more years. But we’ll see I hope Mancini can improve from Seed cause that was just horrible. And like most of the fans I’m glad hes solo again Tiffany’s big ass mouth and Glens vagina cramped his style. Hope this is good but we shall see.

  • dr.lamb

    Don’t worry too much about continuity… Maybe he transferred his soul into a new doll, so that’s why his stitches are gone.

  • ThunderDragoon

    Mogwai. XD Love it. I’m hoping that version of the doll isn’t shown too much lol. I notice I keep going back and watching the trailer so I must like it. I don’t think CGI is needed at all, but if they feel like it fits, then it fits. I’m just happy that they’re using practical effects most of the time. With the wheelchair scene, though, I feel like they could’ve easily used a little person like they did in the original. Well, they have a reason for everything they do and I trust them with it. Very excited for it. Definitely my most anticipated.

  • Milk

    I love that we’re back to a clean face. When I watched this trailer I felt a pang of apprehension however. His facial movements look super retarded but I’m still very excited about this even if it turns out to be more hilarious than scary.

  • DANTEarg

    I still think that the look is fine, I think they are paying respect to the “good guy look” here. So this is how he looks once he goes from “Good Guy look” to “Chucky look”. He has the same face but with different expressions, unlike the first movies (where they used one face for the Good Guy and another face for Chucky). And this is the Toy Story legacy.
    Oh…I´ve also read that this film will have a theatrical release in other countries.

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