That’s right, folks! Everyone’s favorite killer doll is back in action to unleash hell in his new feature film Cult of Chucky. This will be the seventh film from the Child’s Play franchise. The last time anyone saw Chucky was back in 2013 for the direct-to-DVD film Curse of Chucky. Now, he’s going back to DVD and will introduce a whole new audience to his infamous brand of puns and violence.
Most people have childhood memories watching Barney. I do too, but I also remember watching the Child’s Play films while I was still a young boy. And now, whenever I watch those films, I usually laugh more than jump. But let’s see if Cult of Chucky will be any different. Maybe it’ll end up scaring the crap out of us (probably not, though). This film takes place four years after the events of the last film Curse of Chucky. In the last film, Nica (played by Fiona Dourif) is blamed for her parents’ murder and is sent to a mental hospital. Now, the real killer is back in the sequel to once again raise hell and seriously make things sh*tty for the main character. Check out the trailer below.
Nica, the protagonist of the film, played by Fiona Dourif, is actually the daughter of the person who plays Chucky (Brad Dourif). The doll who kills her parents in the film is actually her dad in real life. Who would’ve thought? In the new film, professionals have her convinced that she was the one who killed her parents, until “her psychiatrist introduces a new therapeutic ‘tool’ to facilitate his patients’ group sessions — an all-too-familiar ‘Good Guy’ doll with an innocently smiling face.” According to the press release, Academy Award nominee Jennifer Tilly will reprise her role as the Bride of Chucky. Don’t remember Tilly’s character? Here is how she turned into Chucky’s most unholy bride.
Excited for Chucky’s return? He’ll be back with his bride to cause even more chaos and end even more lives. The killer doll is back in action! You can catch him this fall when he comes straight-to-DVD. He may not be hitting the big screen anymore, but he’s sure to give us all a healthy dose of horror nostalgia in this new film.