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‘Cult of Chucky’: The Next ‘Child’s Play’ Begins Filming on Monday! (Trailer)

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Sorry jack, Chucky’s back…again.

I’ve been keeping very close tabs on the next installment in the Child’s Play franchise, which has been in pre-production for over a month under the moniker of Chucky 7. We’ve reported on a lot of the returning players – including writer-director Don Mancini – but nothing has been deemed “official”…until today!

Chucky, for the younger readers, is a serial killer (Charles Lee Ray, played by Brad Dourif) who transferred his soul into the body of a Good Guys Doll back in 1988’s Child’s Play.

The Child’s Play films have miraculously remained canon for nearly 30 years, with sequels including Child’s Play 2, Child’s Play 3, Bride of Chucky, Seed of Chucky, and the 2013 Curse of Chucky.

Next up…CULT OF CHUCKY.

Yes, the seventh Child’s Play, officially titled Cult of Chucky, will begin filming this coming Monday in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada!

Brad Dourif is confirmed to once again provide Chucky’s voice, while his daughter, Fiona, will be reprising her Curse role. Also returning are Summer H. Howell (Curse of Chucky), Jennifer Tilly (who became the popular female doll, Tiffany, in Bride of Chucky before transferred her soul into the body of actress Jennifer Tilly in Seed of Chucky) and Alex Vincent, star of the first two Child’s Play films who returned in a shocking post credits sequence in Curse. The film ended as if Mancini planned to tie the previous three films – Bride of Chucky, Seed of Chucky and Curse of Chucky – together in this seventh film.

Here’s the official synopsis that came attached to the below announcement trailer.

“Confined to an asylum for the criminally insane for the past four years, Nica Pierce (Fiona Dourif) is erroneously convinced that she, not Chucky, murdered her entire family. But when her psychiatrist introduces a new therapeutic “tool” to facilitate his patients’ group sessions — an all-too-familiar “Good Guy” doll with an innocently smiling face — a string of grisly deaths begins to plague the asylum, and Nica starts to wonder if maybe she isn’t crazy after all. Andy Barclay (Alex Vincent), Chucky’s now-grown-up nemesis from the original Child’s Play, races to Nica’s aid. But to save her he’ll have to get past Tiffany (Oscar-nominee Jennifer Tilly), Chucky’s long-ago bride, who will do anything, no matter how deadly or depraved, to help her beloved devil doll.”

Cult of Chucky, which takes place in an asylum, will be released in an unrated version on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD this fall, in time for Halloween.

Don Mancini, writer of the Child’s Play franchise, is the executive producer of the new film, which he also directs from his original script. Longtime franchise producer David Kirschner (The Pagemaster, Frailty) is joined this time by Ogden Gavanski (Warm Bodies, Immortals). The production team includes special-effects guru and associate producer Tony Gardner (ZombielandCurse of Chucky), director of photography Michael Marshall (“Killjoys”), production designer Craig Sandells (Mother’s Day) and costume designer Patricia J. Henderson (ATM).

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The Child’s Play franchise is my personal favorite and one that I find myself revisiting more than any other. I love that it has remained canon, and that Mancini, who created the franchise, is still involved at full capacity.  Even more astounding is that its timeline  syncs up and completely makes sense, as Squires alluded to earlier this week.

As I explained earlier, Curse of Chucky opened the door to bringing all the films together, which makes me sort of want to see this wrap it all up (who am I kidding, give me seven more).

In the end, let’s take a moment to revel in the fact that we’re getting anther Child’s Play sequel and not a remake…

No matter, he’ll be your friend ’til the end.

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COMMENTS

133 Comments
  • Blade4693

    Cool stuff. I still need to see Curse. The last one I saw was Seed which I admittedly thought was awesome as a kid, but just eh now lol

    • Khy

      Do yourself a favor Blade and watch it lol

      • Saturn

        Yeah Blade, take Khy’s advice and seek out Curse – it’s a pretty good return to form – but remember to keep watching until all the end credits are finished…..

        • Creepshow

          I get them mixed up. Is the after credits scene the one with purple ass Thanos sitting in his chair, or the one with Howard the Duck?

          • Saturn

            Nah, it’s the one where he says “Groovy”.

      • Blade4693

        Alright I will but first, do I need to rewatch all the other films or can I go into this one even though it’s been a while since I have seen the other films?

        • John Connor

          You should watch them all again.
          It flows wonderfully when you do.
          That’s how I first watched Curse, right after marathoning the previous films.

          Maybe even wait to watch all this right before Cult comes out.

          Or watch it now.

          • Saturn

            I did they same when Curse was released – I watched CP 1-3 one day, then Bride/Seed/Curse the next.
            It was a good weekend’s viewing.
            Not sure if I’ll do the same when Cult comes out (who am I kidding – of course I will).

  • pablitonizer

    Now these are great news!!! I hope Andy lost some weight, he looked really bad in Curse Of Cucky! And I also TRULY hope Catherine Hicks makes a cameo, at least a few lines. I’d love to see what happened to them throughout all these 30 years

    • ultrazilla2000

      He was stocky and looked great, you make it sound like he turned into The Blob! Seriously?

      • pablitonizer

        He looked kindda out of shape in my opinion. You can clearly see his tummy in this pic hahaha https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/1fa84cc05610959bd42602993857e125fafbdf61b5592f6c7649cdd1af3a0f5a.png

        • So? Does he need to look like a fitness coach to fight a possessed children’s doll?

          • pablitonizer

            In my opinion he looks out of shape for someone in hollywood… again… IT’S MY O P I N I ON!

          • Sykes

            Exactly! It’s your opinion!

            …Which you put out there, so it’s fair game for people to comment on it.

          • pablitonizer

            Agree…but there’s no need to make me shut the hell up since it’s my opinion as the user above stated

          • theundead

            Ok shut the hell up

          • pablitonizer

            Oh, looks like I hurt your ego man! So sorry but remember, Jesus loves you!

          • The Fucked Up

            You make the lord…. very nervous

          • theundead

            Welcome to the family son

          • Who gives a toss about fitting in at Hollywood. I’d be happier if more people looked like that and less like Justin Bieber or some other perfectly sculpted bellend.

    • theundead
  • Francesco Falciani

    AMAZING news!!! can’t wait” curse was ok…Bride and seed are still the best one

  • So excited! I knew something was in the pipeline,and finally…something official! The plot sounds pretty cool though I’m interested in where the “cult” comes in. Was there ever a “Cult of Frankenstein”?

    • Kyle Pittman

      Was there ever a Seed of Frankenstein? That would have been interesting.

      • Lol. Well there was “son”. Same idea, though “Seed” would’ve been great. Frankenstein donates his sperm only to find out years later his child has continued his work.

        • Saturn

          He finds out much later, when his own son resurrects him!

          *edit*

          Actually, that could work out quite well (even as a Re-Animator movie). The son of Frankenstein/West has always been in his father’s shadow and has never been shown the love and respect he feels he deserves, so after his father dies (in a really horrible way, of course….) said son resurrects his father to PROVE that he is the true genius – not his father, and has finally perfected his father’s work.
          Sadly for him (but not for us) he hasn’t quite perfected it…….

          • Yaaas. We should write this. 🙂

          • Saturn

            I’d watch it,

            If Hollywood horror film makers have any sense then they’d be frequenting horror sites such as this, to actually SEE what horror fans want to actually watch.

      • Saturn

        A Seed of Frankenstein? Yes – Monsanto,

    • My guess was a bunch of people fixated on the story of Chucky somehow summon him back into a new doll and set him free, but the synopsis kills that haha.

      Anything can be good as long as the ‘cult’ isn’t a bunch of people transferring into dolls and Chucky starting a killer doll army.

      • That would be rediculous BUT kinda awesome now that I think of it. Though I doubt they’d have the budget to pull that off.

  • jasonlives1986

    Curse was great but that’s because if didn’t have Tiffany who killed the franchise

    Worried that they can’t catch lightning in a bottle twice with a story confided to 1 setting due to clear budget issues.

    • I think the one locale can benefit the movie. They’ll be able to put more money on the screen as far as the effects go and having limited locations can free up the potential for awesome puppetry without relying too heavily on CGI.

      • jasonlives1986

        Yes. It worked for curse but like I said I fear that it may not again.

        Also I’m still skeptical of Mancini. There’s no doubt he’s fantastic as the writer of the series.

        As director he has one really good movie under his belt and one so bad that it can’t ever be forgiven.

        I’m sure he knows not to trend towards what he did with seed but I’ll wait it out.

        The title of this movie alone worries me

        • I actually love “Seed”. It’s one of my favorite movies ever, but I can completely see where some fans were turned off by it. It’s way out there and outside the conventional expectations of a Chucky film.

          • jasonlives1986

            To each their own but as someone who grew up on the original 3 the direction of the franchise was too much to take in.

            All the big franchises have done it though. Not just chucky

          • Saturn

            It was nice to see that Curse actually took the route of going back down the straight edge path of the original trilogy – but I wouldn’t mind a little tongue in cheek humour in the new one, just as long as it’s not too overboard.

          • Jason Downs

            ‘Seed’ is my favorite in the series, and I love them all. The only thing missing from this announcement is news that ‘Glen’ is coming back! I miss ‘Glen!’

          • Yeah, it’s such a crazy film but it has so much going on underneath the surface. It gets better every time I watch it. I even wrote an article about it not too long ago. Here’s hoping they at least make mention of him (or her…however Glen is feeling at the time) in this film.

          • Khy

            I need to re-watch Seed. I haven’t seen that movie since 2005. lol. Maybe it’ll grow on me after almost a decade of avoiding it.

          • I recommend giving it a try. It’s amazing how it deals with gender identity, addiction, and the need to live up to the expectations of your parents…all with killer dolls. Plus, sex jokes.

          • The most egregious problem with Seed is the whole breaking the fourth wall Jennifer Tilly plot line. Weird that Ocean’s Twelve came out a month later and did the same stupid thing.

          • Saturn

            Yeah, it’s not as bad as you remember it.
            I’d honestly say that Child’s Play is one of the stronger franchises out there – it’s had a couple of missteps along the way (mostly Seed) but I don’t feel that any of the movies are bad. Of course, some are much stronger than others, but all in all it’s been pretty consistent.

          • Khy

            I think that’s why most people- even the general audience- are pretty receptive to the series . A lot of the comments about Cult Of Chuck’s announcement on a lot of mainstream sites were super positive surprisingly. Has a lot to do with the reasons you said.

          • Matt

            Yes, I at least want to know what became of him/her/them!

          • Considering the amount of surprises peppered throughout Curse to tie all the films together, I’m sure Mancini will throw something our way.

          • John Connor

            It’s my favorite as well.

          • Saturn

            I know, I’m still upset what Negan did to him……

    • Aw no I love Tiffany (and Tilly). Bride is probably my favorite entry in the franchise next to 1, but I’ve seen Seed 3 times and just can’t get into it. It’s not Tiffany’s fault that movie is bad though. It’s Mancini’s script. It was an ambitious experiment to change the tone so drastically, but a failed one IMO.

      • jasonlives1986

        I know bride is famously popular due to cp famously being shit on but I just ain’t into it.

        Tiffany’s theme. Tillys lame acting and voice.

        I just don’t view it as a child’s play movie and frankly neither did Mancini. Hence the title change and change in direction.

        • BITE YOUR TONGUE. Say what you will about the film but Tilly’s acting is ANYTHING but lame.

        • Yeah I’m with you. CP fans seem to be split between people that like Tiffany and people that don’t. I love Tilly but I prefer 1-3 and Curse way above Bride and Seed.

  • Peter Kushing

    ‘Curse’ was cool. I hope they stay that route and go darker.

  • Hopefully this is not a few step backs from Curse. I thought they were going to go toward a full remake instead. What happened?

    • Khy

      That was years ago. Mancini was planning to do a full blown remake but did Curse instead which practically did what a remake would’ve set out to do anyway while also tying up the series and leaving things open enough for another.

      The next step was always Chucky 7 after Curse.

      • Justin McGill

        I thought the plan was for both.. did they decide 2 series would be too confusing?

        • Saturn

          I remember reading that the plan was for a new sequel (Curse) and a theatrical remake.

          I wonder if Mancini decided against the remake (at that stage) due to the reviews of Curse being pretty positive?
          Perhaps he’d seen the response towards other classic slasher remakes – which were mostly negative – and realised that if the remake flopped then he was painted into a corner when it comes to it’s sequel(s) – whereas direct sequels to the original movie would be much easier – and probably stomached better by the fans.

          • Justin McGill

            Yes..I wonder if they are putting off a remake for now. Kind of hope so.. if the remake went theatrical they might not keep up with the dtv films.. I’d always want Douriff as Chucky.. but everyone the remake was talking about using him in the role.. I wonder is this just going to merge the serious and silly entries all together into one continuity..

          • Saturn

            It already is merged into one continuity.

            A plus point for the movies is that they could easily make many more Chucky movies (live action or even animated – that could be cool – I’d like a Chucky Vs Dolly Dearest spin off) as it’s really only necessary for Douriff to voice the Chucklemeister.

          • Khy

            Yeah I think Don realized attempting to do a remake just isn’t worth it at this particular point- not when Curse has done so well and the series doesn’t really need one. The series is in a good place for the time being. It’s just sad some of the other slasher franchises can’t say the same thing (Friday, Nightmare, Halloween ect) they’re all just caught in the reboot vortex.

          • theundead

            He put the remake on hold and did curse of Chucky

    • Randy Moses

      Aren’t their rights issues with remaking “Child’s Play” ? I believe the commentary on “Curse” mentions it… but it has been a while since I listened to it.

      • Saturn

        Is it something to do with the name Child’s Play being owned by the distributor’s of the original trilogy?

    • Saturn

      Actual interest in sequels?

  • Khy

    I’m so excited! I just hope they stay the darker route though and I wish Catharine Hicks could make an appearance.

    • Yeah, that would be amazing but I doubt it. My question about the timeline is I thought “Curse” was in between 3 and “Bride” for some reason, or was it after “Seed”? Ultimately, I wonder how they’ll deal with Glen/Glenda if so.

      • Saturn

        Curse is set after Bride and Curse – the real giveaway is that once we see the real face of Chucky, it’s the stapled up version from Bride.

        • Right. That’s what I was thinking but I almost thought the end with Tiffany was actually the beginning of Bride where she steals Chucky’s remains. I guess it’s just showing she’ll do it every time if need be?

          • Saturn

            Yup – the thing’s people will do for love…..

          • DBZEROGRAVITY

            yeah i’m confused by the timeline as well… it just doesn’t really make sense yet

          • Nicolas Caiveau

            The timeline is simple. The movie happens in the order they’re released… Chucky still has the scars in Curse, that he got in Bride. They even mention the families from Bride and Seed, implying that they did happen before.

          • Yeah it’s totally that Tiffany (who possessed Jennifer Tilly at the end of Seed) is mailing Chucky to all the people on his hit list. Curse is set after Seed.

          • Ahh. Thanks. I need to give Curse a rewatch.

          • Good point, I never thought of it that way! Even though lots of people disagree I like to think that Curse happens INSTEAD of Bride and Seed though, with Tiffany involved but not becoming a doll and having a split personality schizophrenic doll baby.

            I like Bride and Seed but I wish/hope they end up being non-canon because I always preferred the “scary” Chucky to the comedy one.

  • disqus_uqr3Boh0Wp

    great I can’t wait, love the title. Keep em coming.

  • Justin McGill

    Soooo Andy MISSED blowing Chucky’s head off at point blank range??! Lol.. still looking forward to this one though.

    • Saturn

      He trained to be a Storm Trooper for the Empire.

    • Khy

      Haha. In the words of Chucky. “I’ll be back! I ALWAYS COME BACK!”

  • Mr. Screamer

    YES FINALLY

  • Wolf Kane

    Very excited for this, the last was very good and probably should of been released to theatres, it was way above a straight to video.

  • Josh Nitsche

    Since they didn’t put much footage from Curse of Chucky in this trailer, I hope that’s because they have fixed the look of the doll. He just didn’t look right in the last film.

    • Khy

      There wasn’t any footage because the film hasn’t started production yet. This was just the announcement trailer.

      • Sykes

        Curse is the previous film, the new one is Cult.

        • Khy

          I know, I thought he was asking why they didn’t put much footage of CULT in the trailer lol

          • Josh Nitsche

            Haha. I’m not completely oblivious. They need to update the doll before this series turns into Puppet Master.

    • Yeah! I agree, Chucky has a strange face in the last film.

    • I mean…he looked fine once they peeled off all the makeup lol.

      • Josh Nitsche

        You’re right, he did look a lot better. I just don’t know how his feminine design got approved. There’s even moments where I’m convinced he’s CGI, but Don Mancini has claimed otherwise. You be the judge: https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/78de68a75e0a672a300df6b8c07a892f14d6e601b4e296889b6b6aba98447874.jpg

        • I thought there was some CGI additions too. When did Mancini say to the contrary?

          • Josh Nitsche

            Hey Zachary, this was in response to a tweet he received. I can’t seem to find it on his account right now (the movie is three years old afterall), and with the recent announcement for Cult of Chucky, it’s not popping up on Google or Bing. If you want to scroll through his twitter account, I assure you, you’ll find it.

          • Cool. I actually rewatched the film last night and scenes I thought were CGI seemed that way due to the filters and color correction at play…I believe. One of the worst scenes was Chucky walking down the steps. After watching a BTS video it seems they did actually film that practical with a double in costume. I think CGI was only used to enhance his facial expressions.

    • It was a bit weird looking, but I still prefer the original Good Guy face to the “every piece of Chucky merchandise ever staple face” from Bride onwards.

      I hope they go back to the original film plots of renovating the doll and him starting fresh in a new doll. Just for nostalgia sake.

      • Josh Nitsche

        “I hope they go back to the original film plots of renovating the doll”

        That’s what I want too, friend. My favorite part about slasher films are how they kill the monster and how they bring him back in the sequel. Ha.

  • Khy

    I just re-watched Child’s Play 3 the other week and I really, really liked it. I think that movie gets such a bad rep. And I thought the teenaged Andy was a believable replacement for Alex Vincent- they looked just alike.

  • The good thing is it’s impossible be worse than The Seed of Chucky or Chucky 3.

  • SlothyPunk

    Without a doubt my favourite franchise! Can’t wait for this. Halloween? Why not now? Please can it be out now?

  • RKSDooM

    YAY! I love the CHILD’S PLAY / CHUCKY films, and Brad Dourif is a freaking GOD!

    Unlike many people, I would actually consider CHILD’S PLAY 2 and 3 to be the weak links in the series. My order would go:

    1. CHILD’S PLAY
    2. BRIDE OF CHUCKY
    3. CURSE OF CHUCKY
    4. SEED OF CHUCKY
    5. CHILD’S PLAY 2
    6. CHILD’S PLAY 3

    Having said that, I do enjoy all of them (the part where Chucky gives that dude a heart attack in CHILD’S PLAY 3 is HILARIOUS).

  • Darkknight2149

    Direct to video?

    • Khy

      Yup. Just like Curse.
      Which in my opinion is not a bad thing in this particular case.

  • Pixel Asylum

    Another crap? Sigh…

    • RKSDooM

      You should eat less fiber.

  • Roadwork

    You had me at Jennifer Tilly!!

    • Erik The Red

      Agree

      • Meisha’s Taint

        They lost me at Jennifer Tilly

  • Hey, they stole my idea!!! ‘Cult of Chucky’ was going to be the name of my autobiography, the fucks!! I guess I’m going to have to go with my plan B, which is called ‘Come On Feel the Chuck’… 😉

    • RKSDooM

      Then you can write a racy sequel and call it “Up Chuck.”

      • Actually, you were very close. The sequel was going to be called ‘Come On Feel Up Chuck’, but don’t tell anyone because someone will steal my idea just like these fucks… 🙂

        • Saturn

          You could always release a book based on your time living in a Tibetan Monastry and the vow of celibacy you took.
          “Don’t Fuck With The Chuck”.

          😉

          • Again, you were very close. Actually, my book about how I overcame the temptations of sex using Zen Buddhism was called ‘Don’t Fuck The Chuck’. However, don’t confuse this one with my previous book on dating that I wrote before my vow of celibacy called ‘Do Fuck the Chuck’. That was before I found out how overrated sex was, so let me give you some advice guys… SEX CAN WAIT, MASTERBATE ! X-D

  • GinsuVictim

    I just had my time wasted….

    Still looking forward to the movie. I’ve enjoyed the entire series.

  • DarklingMagick

    I really hope Andy didn’t survive the franchise just to be killed now…

  • Bla Blah

    yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaassss bitch

  • Best thing to wake up to so far this year.

    I mean I know it’s only been 6 days but it’s still damn good news

  • Gavin

    Fantastic news! I love the Chucky films, and ‘Curse of Chucky’ was one of its best entries in my opinion, so I am looking forward to this. The asylum setting should be good too. Love a good asylum film…

  • WOLF

    I’m looking forward to it. Hopefully Chucky’s son isn’t in it. Seed was by far the worst. I tried to watch it again to see if I was missing something, but it was still painful.
    I don’t put Child’s Play up there with Friday, Elm street , Halloween or Chainsaw. It’s really difficult to see Chucky as a threat except maybe to a small weak child.

    • Adam Clifton

      Chucky’s kid can’t be in it. The soul of Glen/Glenda was transferred over to the twin red head kids that Tiffany helped impregnate Jennifer Tilly with. If they are in it, they won’t be in doll form

    • c-s-a78

      watch the unrated version…its much better!

  • Robin Mckay

    I am looking forward to this. At the end of “Curse,” Andy took on Chucky and presumably did him no good. I am guessing he gets resurrected again by Tiffany and sent to the asylum to get to Nica. I wouldn;t be surprised if Tiffany was the ‘psychiatrist’ but wasn’t Tiffany meant to be the famous Jennifer Tilly now? Nevertheless, I can’t see how Alice fits into the story or how Andy learns of the situation with Nica as three and a half years have passed since the events of “Curse” with Andy and when “Cult” begins. I do hope “Cult” sort of ties up the loose ends though and it will be awesome to see Andy lock horns with Tiffany and Chucky.

    • Adam Clifton

      Maybe Andy’s mother is also in that same mental hospital?

      • BloodyDe1ty

        That would be pretty kewl.!

        • Adam Clifton

          Yes it would but I’d think that Don Mancini would have mentioned that Catherine Hicks was coming back for this. Unless they’ve recast the character in which case they might as well not bother bringing the role back

          • BloodyDe1ty

            Yeah true. If they recast be a huge waste. I know it’s a one in a million chance but if they did bring her back it’d be a nice lil moment in the movie. Plus not telling us would be the smart thing and make it so much better when it happened. Regardless if they bring his mother back or not I’m stoked for this movie.

  • Gusto

    Great, great news! But why direct to video and not aiming to the big screen? We here in the Nordic countries in Europe are a but confused about the “direct to video” / “direct to digital platforms” direction. Is here really a market where studios makes money out of this? Feels a bit like being on the B/C-list to go direct to video. There were more than a handful bad horror movies last year that were released in theaters that SHOULD have been a direct-to-video distribution. It is strange how the industry works and one wonders how the studios determine which way to go.

    • WOLF

      I’m not a subject matter expert on this, but I think the cost of releasing a movie in the theaters is huge. With marketing and theater chains taking their share, a movie needs to make about 2x it’s budget to break even. That’s why a $100 million film that makes $200 million at the box office isn’t that profitable. I believe there was a recent Harry Potter movie that made almost a billion at the box office, yet it didn’t make much of a profit (of course it eventually would with merchandise, home video etc). There’s less money to be made with DTV, but there’s a high chance of profit.

      • Gusto

        Thx ‘Woflie’ (!) for a great explanation !

  • bdwolfe312

    You are painfully wrong about the timeline making sense, and here is why:

    In the 1.5 years between Child’s Play 2 and 3, Andy Barclay is aged 8 years, thus requiring Justin Whalen of eventual Lois & Clark fame to take on the role, instead of Vincent who was still just a kid, lacking the magic ability to age 8 years in one. No real timeline problems yet until the next installment, Bride of Chucky, created exactly ten years after the first film, and declaring that “ten years” had past in the timeline….however, we were already at “ten years” in the previous movie, and there is absolutely no indication that Bride of Chucky takes place IMMEDIATELY after Child’s Play 3, though I assume the argument could be made…
    Yes, it makes more sense than most, but this is something that has bothered me since 1998 when Bride came out, because it had certainly felt like a long time between Child’s Play 3 and 4…although that seems silly now, having waited six years after that (same amount of time) for Seed to come along, and then another NINE years for Curse.
    That being said, I am quite contented with the mere four we waited from Curse to Cult..especially when I’m now well into my thirties and time is moving by SUBSTANTIALLY faster…damn aging…

  • wrestling fan 36

    Can’t wait for Cult of Chucky and it is cool it hasn’t been remade yet, very rare nowadays

    • Bla Blah

      they tried to remake it before they made Curse of chucky. But the first chucky movie is actually owned by a different studio (MGM) as opposed to the latter films which are owned by universal studios. So remaking it, according to Don Mancini, meant the studios were arguing over essentially who gets the money. So they opted to just make a sequel.

      • wrestling fan 36

        Smart choice and thanks for the info

  • Mr. Screamer

    lmfao at the people commenting on youtube saying it’s fake. so damn annoying.

  • gabriel

    Yet, trash like Amityville will be released in theaters and get the boot after two weeks.

    • Bla Blah

      Curse of chucky did well enough. I think its safe.

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