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Seed of Chucky (Unrated and Fully Extended) [HD DVD]


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Product Details

  • Actors: Jennifer Tilly, Brad Dourif, Billy Boyd, Hannah Spearritt, John Waters
  • Directors: Don Mancini
  • Writers: Don Mancini
  • Producers: David Kirschner, Corey Sienega
  • Format: Anamorphic, Color, Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital-Plus 5.1), English (Dolby TrueHD 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Universal
  • DVD Release Date: October 23, 2007
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (176 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000ULPFHM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #370,293 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Seed of Chucky (Unrated and Fully Extended) [HD DVD]" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Chucky's Insider Facts On Demand
  • Slashed Scene with Audio Commentary by Director Don Mancini and Debbie Carrington
  • Heeeere's Chucky
  • Family Hell-iday Slide Show
  • Audio Commentary with Writer-Director Don Mancini and Actress Jennifer Tilly
  • Audio Commentary with Writer-Director Don Mancini & Puppet Master Tony Gardner
  • Conceiving The Seed of Chucky
  • Tilly on The Tonight Show
  • Jennifer Tilly's Diary
  • FuZion Up Close mun2 with The Seed of Chucky Stars
  • Storyboard to Final Feature Comparison
  • Trailer
  • Teaser Trailer
  • Family Legacy
  • Emotional Parents

  • Editorial Reviews

    Product Description

    In this outrageous, unrated and fully extended version of Seed of Chucky, everyone's favorite killer doll returns-and he's bringing the entire family! This time around, Chucky (voiced again by Brad Dourif) and his homicidal honey, Tiffany, are brought back to life by their orphan offspring, Glen. Then the horror goes Hollywood as Chucky unleashes his own brand of murderous mayhem! Featuring Academy Award nominee Jennifer Tilly (as herself and the voice of Tiffany) and hip-hop star Redman, it's more gore, more gags, and much more Chucky doing his dirtiest deeds yet!

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    Yep, that ugly toy with the killer's instinct is back for a fifth round of irreverent bloodshed in Seed of Chucky. Chucky and his plastic partner Tiffany are reanimated by their child, a gentle doll of indeterminate gender who'd prefer that his parents stopped their knife-wielding ways. No such luck. In an attempt at irony that also includes John Waters as a tabloid reporter, Jennifer Tilly (who also voices Tiffany) is asked to play herself, a B-grade actress tired of being stuck in a movie filled with murderous dolls. She courts rap star Redman, playing himself, when she hears he's looking for someone to play the mother of Jesus in a new film. Chuck, Tiffany, and spawn naturally interrupt such ridiculous plans. Writer/director Don Mancini has the trio doing things you have to see to believe, including a vivid disembowelment and a human impregnation featuring a turkey baster filled with, you guessed it, the seed of Chucky. It's junk, sure, and tension-free, but Tilly's willing self-debasement is fairly jaw-dropping. If you're so inclined, her shameless decision to play along may be reason enough to suffer the consequences. --Steve Wiecking

    Customer Reviews

    Let's just get down to the nitty-and-gritty reasons of why I don't like this movie.
    Film Noir Fedora
    This sequel feels like "Scary Movie: Chucky Edition"...the elements of suspense and apprehension are lost, replacing with comedy and humorous gore.
    Alan Ng
    He finds his doll parents he has the amulet he brings Chucky & Tiffany back to life.
    J. Paul

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Amy Lynn VINE VOICE on February 2, 2006
    Format: DVD Verified Purchase
    Continuing from Bride of Chucky... Tiffany has given birth to a strange looking razor tooth baby named Sh*thead. The seed is kidnapped by a british ventriloquist and forced to compete in ventriloquism contests in England. Sh*thead looks like a dead ringer for David Bowie in his Ziggy Stardust days. He has a kind soul and is nothing like his parents.

    As each day passes hes wondering where his parents are and dreaming of meeting them. Soon enough he manages to escape and ends up in America. He makes it to the set of the movie where Tiffany and Chucky are filming a movie. He reads the voodoo chant words on his necklace and manages to bring his parents back to life.

    Chucky and Tiffany cant tell what their child is so they take off his pants to reveal a barbie-like crotch. Tiffany wants a girl so she names her Glenda and Chucky wants a boy so he names him Glen. If you ask me id say its more like a boy. But Tiffany and Chucky continue to argue over it throughout the movie. To the suprise of Glen/Glenda his parents are killers , they try to do whats best for Glen/Glenda but its hard to stop killing, especially for Chucky. Papa Chucky wants to turn his son into a killer but Tiffany wants to stop the killing for her son/daughters best interest.

    Overall, its a strange funny film more than scary. The movies in the series just get more weird by the years. I wonder what they'll think of next.
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    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on November 15, 2004
    Bloody, gory, sex filled, and quite hilarious. Seed of Chucky was a great moie all around. After i saw the movie, i went to a restaurant were a hobo broke inn to my car (i was on a road trip, i actually still am. i'm writing this in the new york hilton). this was #1 on my movie road trip list, where mee and my friend bill are going to go across america and see all of the movies that we feel the need to see. i'm really not 13, but i don't have an sn.
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    29 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Christine Menendez on June 2, 2005
    Format: DVD
    Make me laugh as much as this film and you get four stars at least, hands down. You figure; you've got a couple of dolls possessed by murderous spirits and who somehow go around murdering people for fun and right away you can forget all about suspension of disbelief. Anything is okay here, since the premise is so absurd. This is not a horror film, it is primarily a comedy with a bit of blood. And Jennifer Tilly is hysterical as herself playing the screen idea of herself: on a diet, sneaking candy bars, ready to play a sexy version of the Virgin Mary for a film done by Rapper Redman. It is so good to see a gorgeous woman on screen who doesn't look like she's starving to death.

    And, oh, yeah, the special effects are incredible. All done with puppets, not CGI. Very impressive. For this alone, all you guys out there studying film, this film is worthwhile.

    Just let me put it this way: if you liked the Gremlin films, this one is for you.
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    9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Terry Mesnard VINE VOICE on February 10, 2005
    With a series that has moved further and further from horror roots and into severe camp, I wondered if I would like this movie. After all, the director/writer had to know that this whole idea is ludicrous. Thankfully, this movie did not disappoint me because it knew it was being campy and never once took itself seriously.

    From the very beginning, the audience knows not to take the movie too seriously. When the son of Chucky and Tiffany does not know if he is a boy or a girl (Glen or a Glenda), the movie makes homage to Ed Wood (fabuously horrible director, rated worst director ever). By incorporating cult director John Waters as a sleazy reporter looking to score, this campy feeling is firmly established. I honestly laughed most of the way through the movie in disbelief that this was actually happening.

    The best parts deal with Chucky and Tiffany's concern over raising Glend/a in a violent family. Tiffany decides that it's time to stop the killing and try and be a normal family so as to not screw up their genderly confused child. This involves calling a 12 step hotline (she's addicted to killing), having "little slips" and realizing that Rome was not built in a day.

    If anything in the previous paragraphs makes you smirk or even chuckle, or if you find humor when movies are self-referential in their humor, then you will find this movie to be very funny. You can't take it seriously so don't even try.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Matthew King on May 10, 2005
    Format: DVD
    Whenever a horror film involves killer dolls, a high camp factor is sure to ensue. However, the first three Chucky films (then known as Child’s play) actually were semi-serious horror films. Humor and camp were always present but were still a background drop to what were essentially still horror films meant to give the viewer some jolts. After the 3rd Child’s Play, a mediocre effort at best, the franchise seemed ready to die a slow death. Director Ronny Yu’s film Bride of Chucky, the fourth in the franchise, changed all of that. Yu injected his film with atmosphere, style and outrageous humor that reinvigorated the franchise. The film added another doll, a female lover companion to chucky and made these dolls the centerpiece of the film, instead of the first 3 where Chucky was a seldom-seen spooky doll that only appeared at the most inadvertent moments. The fifth film in this series, “Seed of Chucky” goes one step above Yu’s film to pump the camp factor thousandfold. It’s an amusing entry however I’m convinced after watching Seed of Chucky that the franchise will never be able to recover from the ridicule certain to be bestowed upon it by genre fans.

    Anyone who saw Bride of Chucky will never forget the site of dolls Chucky and Tiffany getting down and doing the nasty, a graphic scene that was depicted in all of its plastic glory. Seed of Chucky introduces us to the offspring of this unholy mating, a sex-less, compassionate and confused doll named Glenda. In the movie’s prelude Glenda is stuck in Glastonbury, England working as a puppet ventriloquist for an ingrate slavemaster. One night while in his cage, he sees a show about Chucky and his bride on T.V. and immediately recognizes them as what must be his parents.
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