Curse of Chucky

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 76%
IMDb Rating 5.7 10 29


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April 15, 2019



Chris Sarandon as Roger
Danielle Bisutti as Mrs. Adams
Fiona Dourif as Annie Tolgen
Jennifer Tilly as Karen 'Razor' Jones
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756.50 MB
23.976 fps
97 min
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97 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by a_chinn 7 / 10 / 10

Direct-to-video sixth Chucky film is surprisingly good and minus the comedy

The first Chucky film to be released direct-to-video is surprisingly good and also takes a surprising change of tone, abandoning the black comedy of the prior two films and going back to the straight horror of the first three films. Written and directed by Don Mancini, who's written every installment since the first film, brings style and suspense to this entry, and breaths renewed life into the franchise. But to recap, the first "Chid's Play" is straight horror and is a classic, but Child's Play 2 and 3 were straight horror films and pretty awful. Mancini reinvigorated the franchise with "Bride of Chucky" and "Seed of Chucky" by adding overt humor and heaps of over-the-top gore. It worked for me and brought me back to the franchise, but inappropriate puppet behavior only goes so far. In this sixth entry, a wheelchair bound Fiona Dourif (daughter of Brad Dourif, who plays Charles Lee Ray / Chucky) mysteriously receiving a Good Guy Doll in the mail and also visited by her unpleasant sister and her family, including her innocent young niece who is delighted by the red-headed doll. As with the first film, Chucky is primarily shown as an inanimate doll until the end of the film when he cuts loose and it's a doozey when he does. "Curse of Chucky" is a decidedly low budget film, taking place almost entirely in one location, but the special effects are equal any of the bigger budgeted prior films, which was the best place for this film to spend this film's limited budget. With music by Joseph LoDuca and with (SPOILER ALERT!) a fun cameo at the end by Tiffany (Jennifer Tilley) and an adult Andy Barclay (Chucky's child foe in the original film), this was a surprisingly strong sequel and well worth watching for fans of this franchise.

Reviewed by avalonjoyous 1 / 10 / 10

More like a hemorrhoid.

I agree with many reviewers verdicts here well except the uneducated homophobic ones that is. I didn't hate this movie persay but something wasn't right about it nonetheless. The acting was alright not great but the one that stood out for me was Fiona Dourif she did a great job and was actually likable. I liked the little girl as well but she wasn't really given much to work with considering how little she was on screen to begin with. The rest were just...there really and didn't necessarily hold my full interest. The deaths were okay the only one that stood out was an electrocution and one involving an ax. The backstory also looked ridiculous with those bright colors and black and white colors in the background. The backstory also made no sense whatsoever and was a slap in the face to the fans of the franchise who are smart and know what makes sense and what doesn't. Chucky was also okay but he looked hilariously bad they really f!#+?& that one up no question. The ending was okay the cameo at the end however was clever. I'd never recommend this film it really was boring,clearly looked cheap,made no sense,had some hilariously bad deaths and despite Fiona and Brad Dourifs welcome presence this film simply didn't hit the mark in the end.

Reviewed by Darth-Helmet 1 / 10 / 10

A truly god-awful sequel!

25 years after Charles Lee Ray aka Chucky (voiced and played by Brad Douriff) was gunned down as he transferred his soul into a Good Guy doll and years after the events of Seed of Chucky, a young woman named Nica (Fiona Douriff) who is a wheelchair-bound lady with her mother Sarah (Chantal Quesnelle) receive a mysterious package containing a Good Guy doll. Thus Sarah dies overnight and family members like Nica's bisexual sister Barb (Danielle Bisutti) with her husband Ian (Brennan Elliott) and 7 year old daughter Alice (Summer Howell) with their lesbian nanny Jill (Maitland McConnell) who is having a secret affair with Barb come to visit Nica to comfort her with a visit. Even a priest named Father Frank (A Martinez) is invited to dinner, yet Alice finds the Chucky doll as she wants to keep it but little does she know that Chucky will come to life and murder the house members one by one. This movie is TRULY AN EPIC FAIL ATTEMPT AT A SEQUEL AND PURE GARBAGE! this movie's reviews are a joke with saying stuff like "It's the return of old school chucky to be scary again" but it still failed miserably and has no contrast to the first 3 movies. Don Mancini has managed to write and direct another Chucky film and has screwed up once again with such horrible writing and direction he does here, in this one he wants to try to be "aristic" as it feels out of place for a Chucky film and he wants to be like Argento but he fails miserably. That chili dinner scene i totally despised as it almost went on to make people guess who is eating the poisoned chili, yet what is so artistic about people eating chili? it's a pointless scene. The acting is quite poor except for Fiona Douriff whom is quite decent for an actress who is the daughter of Brad and the child actress is poor too unlike Alex Vincent who back in 1988 was a better kid actor than her. Some of the puppetry is OK by Tony Garner but Chucky looks the worst here and looks like a Bratz doll than Chucky then reveals the scars which are fake looking with the CGI even that horrible looking low budget CGI chucky is terrible as hell. The pacing is poor and the writing is just god-awful as hell like this horrible line "Women...can't live with them period"! i blame both Mancini's direction and writing even his bad use of camera angles. The flashbacks of Chucky's past featuring current Brad in poor make up to make him young which is painful to watch complete with some clips from the original movie thrown in. The kills are quite lame even the phony looking chin slicing which looks quite poor. In the unrated cut you get to see a cameo by Andy whom is played by 31 (back in 2013) year old Alex Vincent and was a total cop out ending which should had been the movie, it should had been a 25 years later style Halloween H2O kind of movie but Mancini screwed things up. This movie deserves zero stars.

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