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  • Actors: Roslyn Alexander, Jack Colvin, Brad Dourif, John Franklin, Ed Gale
  • Directors: Tom Holland
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Language: English (Dolby TrueHD), French (Dolby Surround), Spanish (Dolby Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: MGM (Video & DVD)
  • DVD Release Date: September 15, 2009
  • Run Time: 87 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (317 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002BE7JE8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #137,695 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

Disc 1: Widescreen Feature Film Blu-ray
  • Audio Commentary with Alex Vincent, Catherine Hicks and "Chucky" designer Kevin Yagher
  • Audio Commentary with Producer David Kirschner and Screenwriter Don Mancini
  • Select Scene Chucky Commentaries
  • Chucky's Thoughts
  • The Advantages of Being Chucky
  • Chucky on Filmmaking
  • Up close and personal with Chucky
  • Evil Comes in Small Packages
  • The Birth of Chucky
  • Creating the Horror
  • Unleashed
  • Chucky: Building a Nightmare
  • A Monster Convention
  • Vintage Featurette
  • Introducing Chucky: The Making of Child's Play
  • Chucky's Back Bitches
  • Designer Toy

Disc 2: Widescreen Feature Film DVD

Editorial Reviews

The "chills come thick and fast" (Los Angeles Times) as voodoo and terror meet within an innocent-looking doll inhabited by the soul of a serial killer who isn't ready to die. From the Director of Fright Night comes a "clever, playful" (The New York Times) and stylish thriller with "excellent special effects" (Leonard Maltin) and heart-pounding suspense guaranteed to scare! After 6-year-old Andy Barclay's (Alex Vincent) babysitter is violently pushed out of a window to her death, nobody believes him when he says that "Chucky," his new birthday doll, did it! Until things start going terribly wrong dead wrong. And when an ensuing rampage of gruesome murders lead a detective (Chris Sarandon) back to the same toy, he discovers that the real terror has just begun. The deranged doll has plans to transfer his evil spirit into a living human being young Andy!

  • Audio: English: Dolby Surround, 5.1 Dolby Surround, 5.1 DTS HD Master Audio / Spanish: Dolby Surround / French: Stereo, Dolby Surround
  • Language: Dubbed: English, French & Spanish / Subtitled: English & Spanish
  • Theatrical Aspect Ratio: Widescreen: 1.85:1

Customer Reviews

Child's Play is one of the best movie series ever made.
"jem109"
Chiild's Play is a good horror movie with great special effects and some genuinely scary moments.
coolone
This movie is really cool and if you like getting scared you will love this, it's great.
Lauren B. Floss

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A worthy edition of Child's Play hits shelves on September 9th as a nice appetizer before Halloween which is most horror fans version of Christmas. What better gift then a good guy doll.

Chucky has become a horror icon over the years. Directed by horror contributor Tom Holland who also directed Fright Night. Holland also wrote Psycho II and the screenplays for the brutal Class of 1984 and the classic 80s film Cloak & Dagger. Another horror regular Brad Dourif and that voice, he makes Chucky a doll version of Samuel L. Jackson's, Jules, from Pulp Fiction. Most notably his response to being thrown in the fire. Dourif along with the Fx team helped create one of the best doll horror movies. Other good one's that come to mind are the Zuni fetish doll from Trilogy of Terror and Stuart Gordon's Dolls.

The original dvd:
Originally Child's Play contained a non widescreen edition. As for special features it contained a collectible behind the scenes booklet that wasn't very collectible. If you'd like a real write up on Child's Play check out the somewhat new magazine HorrorHound. In issue #10 they do a in depth retrospective on the Child's Play series.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Robertson on February 29, 2000
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A serial killer has mysterious disappeared from the cops and found tumbled into a toy store after being shot by one of the policeman. He must find something to transfer his soul into another form of a body that will keep him alive until he can a living host. So he finds one of the childrens most favorite dolls known as the Good Guy dolls. He tranfers his soul into the doll and find a person to retransfer it into a human. If you ask me, I'd say this movie had suprisingly good special effects in the movie. Especially on the Chucky doll. Brad Douif does a great job on the voice of Chucky as he goes killing people without anyone knowing who he really is, except for the fact that he is a walking, talking, stalking, doll. The trouble starts as a little boy's dream was to get a Good Guy doll for Christmas and so the mother starts to panic, that she can't find one. But a strange man as just apparently had a Good Guy doll for sale. When the little boy gets the doll for Christmas...and well, you should know what happens from then on! Chucky's back, Jack!
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Suzette Nelson on September 23, 2007
Format: DVD
This is the best Child's Play/Chucky movie of all time! It was actuallly HORROR and scared me when I was a kid. This movie deserves to be bought, great acting, great entertainment, great horror. Watch this!!!!!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Michael Butts HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on June 21, 2005
Format: DVD
Yes, this is the one that started it all, way back in 1988, and has survived through the years to give us SEED OF CHUCKY this year. Tom Holland, who gave us the delightfully campy FRIGHT NIGHT, also helmed this first in the Chucky series. Considering this is pre CGI, the effects are very good, and the story creepy in itself. Chucky of course is the embodiment of a serial killer, played with delightful relish by Brad Dourif. Killed by detective Chris Sarandon (who was also in FRIGHT NIGHT), the madman uses a voodoo chant to send his spirit into a Good Guy doll in the toy store in which he is killed. Single mom Catherine Hicks (quite good in her role) buys the doll for her son's birthday. Best friend and babysitter Dinah Manoff (Soap) is the first victim to feel the wrath of the vengeful Chucky. Holland keeps things moving quickly and the movie has some fairly suspenseful moments; the Chucky doll is a real killer! Obviously, the sequels couldn't keep up the innovative thrills of this first movie, but CHILD'S PLAY is a vintage horror thriller.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 12, 1999
Format: DVD
Well, I've always thought that certain dolls looked creepy, and Tom Holland and Don Mancini have certainly taken advantage of that minor phobia and created a film called Child's Play. In order to come up with a "convincing" reason to why this doll has sprang into animation and gone on a killing spree, it deals with the subject of voodoo. Charles Lee Ray, better known as Chucky, was a serial killer imbibed in the arts of voodoo and black magic. Maybe that characteristic about him was intended to augment the intensity, but you might overlook it except during the times when he's murmuring that foreign vocabulary. Anyway, during an attempted escape from a detective, Chucky is shot and pretty soon dying. He needs to transfer his soul into another body in order to preserve his life. It turns out the only available body is that of an ugly, My Buddy rip-off doll, known as Good Guys. You can figure out what happens from there. The Good Guy dolls are apparently the Pokemons and Tickle Me Elmos in the movie, and a distinctive young child named Andy Barclay wants one. His mother, a jewelry shop worker, buys a doll from a peddler... and then the weird stuff starts happening. After a series of murders, young Andy is believed to be mentally disturbed when he stays firm in the belief that Chucky can walk and talk like any normal person can. The detective who shot down Chucky, soon becomes the protector and advocate of the Barclay family.
Okay, it's a cheesy premise. The fact that Chucky is a killer doll might intrigue some, might make most laugh. But, really, if you watch it, you'll see that it's a very stylish horror film.
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