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Video From the ‘Curse of Chucky’ European Premiere at London’s Film4 FrightFest!!

Don Mancini’s Curse of Chucky, the sixth installment of the Child’s Play franchise, is arriving on home video October 8, 2013. Also available on Digital on September 24, Curse of Chucky reunites franchise creators Don Mancini and David Kirschner as Chucky returns to horrify viewers in an all-new, unrated chapter of the blood-soaked suspense saga.

The film premiered at both the Montreal-based Fantasia Film Festival, as well as FrightFest in London. Universal Pictures put together a featurette from the London event that mixes in new footage with interview with the cast and crew, and more importantly, the fans. Watch it below>

Written and directed by the franchise’s creator, Curse returns to the Child’s Play roots and delivers a darker sequel that was teased at the end of Bride of Chucky. What’s so interesting about the sequel is that it’s played like a beginning to a saga, “Curse of Chucky shows serious restraint, which is rare for a fifth sequel. Instead of jumping right in, Mancini works his way to the reveal, treating the film like an introduction to a completely new, younger audience,I explain in my review.

In fact, “Curse of Chucky may just be the best home video sequel since Wrong Turn 2. It’s alarmingly good, which puts pressure on Universal to answer as to why they didn’t let Mancini shoot this for theaters.

Chucky fans should rejoice, though, as Curse of Chucky is clearly going to re-ignite the franchise for years to come.



  • ThunderDragoon

    AHH!!!!! Sorry, this just got me even more excited lol. Hearing one of the fans say that there are a lot of twists and turns and old characters coming back… I can’t tell you how much that means to me as a huge Child’s Play fan. Just 3 more weeks and I’ll be able to get it on Digital. I’m so damn excited. Haven’t been this excited for a movie in so long. The days are going to drag, but it’s going to be totally worth it. I’ve been avoiding spoilers so it’s going to be even more sweet to watch it.

  • Primeus

    Other then the original I have felt all the Child’s Play films were terrible, and obviously Bride of Chucky and Seed of Chucky were 100% camp.

    Chucky suffers from the same problem that Freddy has suffered from. Started out being scary but was turned into a joke/side show, and it’s hard to put the scare back into a franchise once that line has been crossed.

    That is what I always liked about the Halloween franchise. While it has had it’s fair share of crap sequels, they always respected the source material.

    Unlike Freddy, the Michael Myers character has remained the best modern day version of the boogyman because they never tried to comedy him up.

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