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Curse of Chucky (Unrated)
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on June 7, 2014
I like collecting the Chucky movies. The quality of the product is great and in excellent condition. I would recommend this product to anyone who likes the Childs Play films except the newest film isn't as funny as Bride of Chucky or Seed of Chucky. It is more serious like the first 3 Childs Play films but still a good movie.
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on May 31, 2014
This movie makes chucky scary again. This one should have came out in theaters. One of the best chucky sequels so far. I love chucky
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on May 29, 2014
I really liked this one, it went back to its roots of actual horror, not comedy, it also explains a lot. Very good movie😈
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on April 19, 2014
When I heard that Child's Play would be rebooted, I was quite pleased. Then I heard they were going to make a sequel rather than a reboot. This disappointed me a bit. However, after seeing Curse of Chucky, I was very glad I got it. It is a return to the more straight up horror of Child's Play rather than the comedic horror that Bride of Chucky and Seed of Chucky had been. I thought Chucky looked quite different than usual, but by the end of the movie, you see that there's a reason for it. From what I understand, this is a sequel to Child's Play 3, but makes references to events in Bride of Chucky. Either way, it's a great Chucky movie!
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on April 18, 2014
After some comedic and outside-the-box detours in the "Chucky" series, it finally heads back home in "Curse of Chucky," a lively new entry in the franchise. Much like Freddy Krueger's more sinister incarnation in "Wes Craven's New Nightmare," "Curse" reintroduces Chucky as more cunning than before. The plot surrounds the Pierce family reuniting after tragedy has struck. While most of the family acts sympathetically, others have serious tension. At the source of most of the tension is the self-serving, resentful Barb (Danielle Bisutti), older sister to Nica (Fiona Dourif), who rightfully holds her own against Barb's constant condescending comments. Amidst the drama, the Pierce household receives a Good Guy Doll in a package with an unknown sender. Nica decides to keep the doll as a gift for her niece, Alice. Nica, confined to a wheelchair, still proves to be as strong a horror heroine as any; resourceful, likeable, and a character to root for. The film moves at a great pace with enough blood, spot-on dialogue, and surprises to scare and satisfy horror and Chucky fans alike.
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on April 12, 2014
I should start by admitting that I didn't expect this movie to be very good before I pressed play....and it didn't disappoint. It's not completely terrible though. More like your your regular mediocre straight to DVD horror movie. I was a little weirded our by Chuck's new face.

Predictable, but somewhat entertaining ending.
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on April 11, 2014
As a long time fan of the Child's Play series including the much maligned fourth and fifth installments with their wading into comedic territory I was both impressed yet dissapointed by Curse of Chucky. This is a pretty good story and a nice way to reinvigorate the franchise and go back to Chucky's roots. Due to its DTV budget the location are limited to one spooky old house which actually works in the film's favor. What doesn't work is the usually animatronic chucky having either CGI facial expressions or movements that look just plain amature as though they were done on some kid's computer. I don't know, maybe they were. The movie also has some amnesia seeming to forget what happened in the last installment's yet chucky looks like he was stiched together as he was in Bride and Seed yet you get the feeling that this movie does not exist in that universe. That really through me for the loop in as to where in the Child's Play timeline this took place. My final complaint is the 73 different endings tacked on. Why god why? Be confident, find a good ending and stick with it. The first ending is very bleak and then we get an ending with Tiffany which was great to see Jennifer and her "Tillys" again. THEN we are treated to a ridiculous ending with Chucky trying to play hide the soul with little girl from early in the film while some old lady only discussed early in the film has a bag over her head in the closet. Man, the chuck really gets around what with all these conclusions but then......*SPOILER* Chucky ends his magical murdering tour at the house of Andy from Child's Play 1 & 2. That scene was all too brief but probably the most appropriate and satisfying conclusions out of the many tacked on.
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on April 7, 2014
It wasn't terrible, but it wasn't great. I probably wouldn't watch it a second time. Nothing beats the original Chucky!
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on April 4, 2014
I loved this movie,it made chucky scary again and is as great as the very first one. If your a chucky fan you must see this movie:).
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on March 25, 2014
funny and different, and i think there will be another movie after this one, because of the way it ended
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