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Child's Play 7 / Curse of Chucky 2

USA 2017
produced by
Ogden Gavanski, David Kirschner for Universal
directed by Don Mancini
starring Fiona Dourif, Alex Vincent, Michael Therriault, Jennifer Tilly, Brad Dourif (voice), Grace Lynn Kung, Elisabeth Rosen, Zak Santiago, Summer H. Howell, Ali Tataryn, Allison Dawn Doiron, Marina Stephenson Kerr, Adam Hurtig, Aidan Ritchie, Tom Anniko, Matthew Stefanson, Paolo Bryant
written by Don Mancini, music by Joseph LoDuca, animatronic effects by Tony Gardner/Alterian, special makeup effects by Adrien Morot, visual effects by Laurens Bekaert, Gary Oldroyd

Child's Play, Chucky

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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As a direct consequence of Curse of Chucky, Nica (Fiona Dourif) has been institutionalized for the killings that Chucky (voiced by Brad Dourif) has committed and diagnosed with schizophrenia by Dr. Foley (Michael Therriault), whose interest in her case isn't entirely selfless. But he manages to transfer her from a maximum security facility to something less prohibiting. But everyone in the new facility knows who Nica is, so her whole story and especially "Chucky" are the elephants in the room. Things get worse when Dr. Foley brings in Chucky dolls to really confront Nica with her fears - and everyone else in the process as well. Of course, these dolls are all harmless, since the real Chucky (or what's left of him) is with Andy (Alex Vincent), Chucky's main foil since the original Child's Play - but then, a bit inexplicably, the Chuckys of the asylum become possessed as well and kill the inmates in rather grotesque ways, to the point where nobody's sure anymore that Nica hasn't gone on another killer spree, especially since she insists Chucky's come back to life, but in not one but three incarnations. But of course, nobody believes her until waaay too late ...

Jennifer Tilly returns as Tiffany, a series fixture since Bride of Chucky.


Cult of Chucky is already the 7th entry into the Child's Play series, and hardly surprisingly the slasher series that only lived on the premise that its killer is actually a cute doll, has run out of ideas and steam a bit by then (and after almost 30 years) - but that doesn't mean at all that Cult of Chucky isn't a fun movie as the makers of this film have done exactly the right thing: Have fun with the material, amplify the silliness of the concept while making the murders ridiculously grotesque, and play it for laughs otherwise. The outcome is of course hardly a genre classic - but 90 rather entertaining minutes with a killer puppet or three.


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