Curse of Chucky

Curse of Chucky

Director: Don Mancini Cast: Fiona Dourif, Danielle Bisutti, Brennan Elliott

DVD (Uncensored / Slip Sleeve)

$9.99 $14.99 Save 33% Current price is $9.99, Original price is $14.99. You Save 33%.
View All Available Formats & Editions
Choose Expedited Shipping at checkout for guaranteed delivery by Tuesday, November 19

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews

Curse of Chucky 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The main movie takes place in the house of a young woman named Nica. Nica had been in wheel chair her whole life, unaware that she was that way because Chucky had attacked her mom while she was pregnant. The story begins with Chucky arriving in the mail. Then her sister, brother-in-law, and niece arrive for a visit. Chucky had wanted to kill Nica's entire family since he was still human. The family dynamics were interesting. Barb was pressuring Nica to move. She'd convinced herself she'd wanted to help Nica,by putting her in assisted living. The truth was she just wanted Nica to sell the family house, so Barb could mooch half the profit. Barb and her husband were in need of money and still paid for a nanny. Jill was a beautiful young blond, and not very good with Alice. Surprisingly it was Barb who was having an affair with Jill. I liked the irony of her husband, Ian, planning to use that affair to divorce Barb, take Alice, and leave Jill with nothing. Interesting 21st century twist on a cliche story. In the beginning it was unclear when this chapter took place - if it was a sequel or prequel. For half the movie Chucky's appearance was that of an undamaged Good Guy Doll. He spent much time pretending to be a doll, killing without anyone knowing their peril. When Chucky was exposed, he pulled a false face off himself - revealing the scarred and stitched together face, he'd had since Tiffany resurrected him. After that he was a monster loose in the house, stalking and terrorizing Nica. I'd thought "Seed of Chucky" had killed this series. This chapter redeemed the Child's Play series, and gave the audience back the Chucky they're fans of.