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Seed of Chucky
Brad Dourif (Voice) and Jennifer Tilly




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Everyone's favorite plastic slasher doll, Chucky (voiced by Brad Dourif), returns for a fifth installment of this popular horror series. Apparently Chucky and his equally murderous bride, Tiffany (voiced by Jennifer Tilly), had a child, which has grown up in a cage as part of a heavy-metal ventriloquist act in England. Eventually it (one never learns its exact gender) escapes to Los Angeles to revive mom and pop, whose doll corpses are being used for a movie based on their previous killing spree. Jennifer Tilly shows up as herself, and she's great--hamming it up as a floozy actress so desperate for the part in rapper Redman's latest film that she lures him home for a casting couch tryst, with hilarious (and fatal) results. Meanwhile, the child of Chucky is horrified by the violent murders its parents are so fond of committing and, with a little help from a 12-step book, tries to help them kick the homicide habit. Of course it's hard when there are so many deserving targets around, including John Waters as a scuzzy paparazzi. In sum, this is one crazy sequel; it's got a refreshing lack of morals, a light heart, and a clever script with a lot of great insider jokes for buffs. The gore is extreme though, including eviscerations, beheadings, melting flesh, and other raunchy business that makes its R rating well-earned (no true Chucky fan would have it any other way, of course). Rappers Eminem and Big Pun contributed tracks to the score.

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Overview

Everyone's favorite plastic slasher doll, Chucky (voiced by Brad Dourif), returns for a fifth installment of this popular horror series. Apparently Chucky and his equally murderous bride, Tiffany (voiced by Jennifer Tilly), had a child, which has grown up in a cage as part of a heavy-metal ventriloquist act in England. Eventually it (one never learns its exact gender) escapes to Los Angeles to revive mom and pop, whose doll corpses are being used for a movie based on their previous killing spree. Jennifer Tilly shows up as herself, and she's great--hamming it up as a floozy actress so desperate for the part in rapper Redman's latest film that she lures him home for a casting couch tryst, with hilarious (and fatal) results. Meanwhile, the child of Chucky is horrified by the violent murders its parents are so fond of committing and, with a little help from a 12-step book, tries to help them kick the homicide habit. Of course it's hard when there are so many deserving targets around, including John Waters as a scuzzy paparazzi. In sum, this is one crazy sequel; it's got a refreshing lack of morals, a light heart, and a clever script with a lot of great insider jokes for buffs. The gore is extreme though, including eviscerations, beheadings, melting flesh, and other raunchy business that makes its R rating well-earned (no true Chucky fan would have it any other way, of course). Rappers Eminem and Big Pun contributed tracks to the score.

Main Cast & Crew

Don Mancini - Director
Brad Dourif (voice)
Jennifer Tilly
Billy Boyd (voice)
Hannah Spearritt
Redman
John Waters
Nadia Dina

 

Details

Blu-Ray Disc Format
  • Format: Blu-ray (Unrated)
  • Run Time: 87
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 191329067970
  • Genre: Horror
  • Rating: Not Rated (strong horror violence/gore, sexual content and language)
  • Release Date: June 2005

Related Categories:
Movies > Horror/Suspense

Related Keywords:
Killer
Murder
Theatrical Release
Sequel
Violence
Babies

 

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THEATRICAL RELEASE: NOVEMBER 12, 2004

Reviews:
"[T]he fifth CHILD'S PLAY film reveals a genuine braininess behind gory effects..." - 06/10/2005 Entertainment Weekly, p.87-88


"Tilly displays chutzpah....Her performance alone is worth the price of admission." - 08/01/2005 Sight and Sound, p.69

 

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