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on October 8, 2013
Recieved the set this morning from Amazon and let me tell you, it does not dissappoint! Excellent quality sound and picture! Picture quality for the first 3 are the best they could make it. You can tell they tried, but there is only so much you can do with the type of film they used. What is really big is that I thought they might not include the Unrated version of Curse of Chucky but it is there! It adds 2 minutes to the footage instead of replacing or changing it, which is a big plus! 2 minutes may not seem that big of a deal but the way they use it makes a world of a difference!! Also included is the unrated version of Seed of Chucky! Again adds great footage! Great special features, truely a classic set. Great featuretts and comentarys. MUST OWN SET!!!
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on October 14, 2015
Child's Play is by far my favorite horror franchise of all time. I have always liked Chucky because he's very sneaky and smart. Brad Dourif does an excellent job as the voice of Chucky.

Review for each film:

Child's Play (1988) - This classic film is where it all started. When I was a kid, I didn't know what this movie was called. I just kept calling it Chucky. 4/5

Child's Play 2 (1990) - This movie was even better than the first one. Too bad that they didn't show the alternate ending because I like that ending a lot better. 5/5

Child's Play 3 (1991) - This film wasn't as good as the first two, but it wasn't bad either. 3/5

Bride of Chucky (1998) - This is my favorite film in the entire series. 5/5

Seed of Chucky (2004) - I'm sorry to say that this film is the worst film in the series. It didn't really have that much killing in it. I honestly thought that it was going to be similar to "Bride of Chucky". 1/5

Curse of Chucky (2013) - At first, I thought this movie was going to be just as terrible as "Seed of Chucky" but this movie turned out great. 5/5

Overall, this is a really great collection to own. I heard that they might make a seventh Chucky film in 2017. I hope they do.
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on January 16, 2014
I saw this advertised a while ago, i didn't think much of it (since being in Australia, we're not exactly privy to what America gets) but i found out it all regions, so i snatched it up quick smart and haven't looked back. I've been a big fan of Chucky ever since i was born (1-5 is considered canon) while 6 is for the new fans (it's ok but if you already knew why he ran, it's hardly worth watching).

After watching all the movies (apart from 6, which looked too good for Blu-Ray) i can say that it's the best they're gonna look for a long time and it's gonna be a long time, maybe even longer before Australia is even considering a box set, even then, maybe for DVD. Australia gets a 1.33:1 transfer for Bride of Chucky, not clean, reel change markings, a not so good stereo track and one 2 minute behind the scenes, while the Blu-Ray in this box set gets a 1.85:1 transfer, super clean, sharp and vibrant while the DTS Master Audio 5.1 leaves the DVD for dead with the track being utilized properly with the surrounds and bass with the extras, 2 commentary tracks and a 10 minute behind the scenes featurette.

the only bad part of this set is that Seed Of Chucky has only the Unrated Cut of the movie, no Seamless Branching for the Theatrical Version which is a bit of a shame and while part 2 and 3 may only have DTS Master Audio 2.0, they serve the films well enough. If you're from Australia, love Chucky and can't wait till Australia thinks of this set up, buy this IMMEDIATELY, you'll not be disappointed.
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on April 25, 2015
This is probably the best Chucky collection ever released and it is by far my favorite!! This set includes all the movies in the series and has some really good bonus features. I'm still bummed that Childs Play 2 and 3 still don't have the deleted scenes and bonus features included, but other than that this set is pretty great!! Would recommend this set!!!
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on September 19, 2015
I grew up with the Child's Play franchise. The first and second will always be classics to me. They along with Child's Play 3 are the best out of all 6 movies. For anyone that loves horror, gore, and dark humor needs to watch these movies. The only one that can really be bypassed is Seed of Chucky. I honestly was like "WTF" through the whole movie. It was weird, confusing, and didn't make a lot of sense to me. Bride of Chucky wasn't that bad but the first three will always be my top favorites as I said out of all 6. Curse of Chucky also wasn't too bad. The only downside is that he didn't have his "human" traits added to him where he bleeds when someone injures him.

In concerns to the blood factor for Chucky himself... there really isn't any. He doesn't talk as Charles Lee Ray as much or act I guess as "Classic" Chucky would. The storyline for it makes sense unlike that of Seed. One, Two, and Three all connected with each other in a proper storyline. If you compare the Child's Play series with say the Halloween series, there's more of a solid storyline in the Child's Play one than in Halloween. It doesn't get horribly off track; just with Seed it got very weird.

I would say, if you want to see these movies, buy Child's Play 1, 2, 3, Bride, and Curse. Don't bother with Seed. But if you want to be more of a collector; as I am of horror films, this box set is absolutely perfect for that purpose since it has all 6 movies in one box along with hours upon hours of extra features. I bought this set because the first set I bought did NOT have the first Child's Play movie which made zero sense to me. It had been released before Curse came out so it didn't bother me that wasn't with it. But this one has all six so now I can replace the other one with this set.
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on February 23, 2015
All 6 Child's Play/Chucky movies are in one set, for the first time ever together (Child's Play 1 is actually owned by MGM/Fox)
Each film is on it's own individual disc and carries over all the special features from the DVD's (all except 2 & 3 which only have a trailer only). The packaging itself, as usual with these sets, leaves a lot to be desired. The discs are contained in a very light cardboard fold out, with two discs in each section. The discs are stacked on top, so to get the bottom disc out you have to take the top one out first to get to the second title, making it difficult to get out as it normally is with this idiotic packaging. There is no real art or each movie, and it is average or below at best in quality of packaging. For the right price owning all 6 movies can be a treat, just too bad they weren't in their own individual case, and could have all used some new extras (well 2 & 3 especially).
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on July 25, 2016
I ordered this bc the newest chucky movie was with the collection. Let me tell ya this curse of chucky movie was a disappointment. You never seen chucky doing anything like it in the others kinda left to your imagination! I wasn't fond of that. The picture quality is fantastic and the sound was great as well. I did encounter some on some of the disc's.
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on September 2, 2013
There are six Child's Play movies in this 6-disc Complete Collection on Blu-ray (Child's Play, Child's Play 2, Child's Play 3, Bride of Chucky, Seed of Chucky and Curse of Chucky). This collection is a good way to own the Child's Play movies in one place. Child's Play is one of only four horror franchises to get a complete collection box set (Chucky fans should rejoice). Overall, the picture quality is good and the audio is great. My only complaint is that the older films haven't been remastered and this release offers fairly light bonus supplements overall (Child's Play 2 & 3 get only trailers). The total bonus content is only 141 minutes so it isn't a deluxe release.

In the original trilogy, Chucky was possessed by a serial killer and is much darker in tone then the later films (more horror, less comedy). He tries to kill Andy, his young owner, while torturing Andy's family. Part 2 features the beautiful Jenny Agutter (Logan's Run, American Werewolf in London). Part 3 stars a young Justin Whalin (Dungeons & Dragons) as Andy who is now a teenager in a military school. In Bride of Chucky, Chucky discovers the perfect mate to kill and revive into the body of another doll. In Seed of Chucky, Chucky (Brad Dourif) and Tiff (Jennifer Tilly) return, resurrected by their son (Billy Boyd). In Curse of Chucky, Nica begins to suspect that Chucky is responsible for her mother's mysterious death.

Audio Formats: English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, English DTS-HD Master 2.0 Stereo, English Dolby Digital 5.1, English Dolby Digital 2.0, French DTS 5.1, French DTS 2.0, French Dolby Digital 2.0, Portuguese Dolby Digital 5.1, Spanish DTS 5.1, Spanish Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles/Captions: English SDH, Cantonese, French, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish
Supplements: Audio Commentaries, Featurettes, Deleted Scene, Photo Gallery, Storyboard Comparisons, Gag Reel, Trailers

[Curse of Chucky] Fans who own the previous collector's box set may want to purchase the 2-disc unrated Curse of Chucky stand-alone BD instead. You get both the uncut and R-rated cut of Curse of Chucky in this collection. Special features for the stand-alone Curse of Chucky are also identical to this collection (Feature Commentary with Director Don Mancini, Playing With Dolls, Deleted Scenes, Gag Reel, Trailers) but some bonus material is *only* available in this Blu-ray collection or the previous DVD collection (Living Doll: Bringing Chucky to Life, Voodoo Doll: The Chucky Legacy, Storyboard Comparisons).

These are 4-star films in a 3-star release because Chucky fans won't find new material other than Curse of Chucky and its associated bonus supplements.
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on November 28, 2014
If a person could rate it over five stars this would be the one. From the first disc Child's Play you can watch Chuck create a new way to dispose of his victims. Would like to see Chucky go up against Freddie, Jason, etc. and prove size does NOT matter. Will Chucky come back for an encore??!!
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on March 1, 2014
I bought this for my wife who is a huge horror fan but had only seen the "chucky" films.

Child's Play from MGM is done well as it's a straight transfer of the anniversary edition dvd
the 3 "chucky" titles are presented well.

I wont go into details on the movies themselves other than the set is the best value. if you enjoy one you'll want them all anyway so just get the whole set.

the only drawback is the transfer of Child's Play 2 & 3 are very poor quality compared to the rest. only 2.0 audio and it almost seems as if the transfer was from a vhs copy.
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