Well, I don't really like the child's play movies except... However, I really enjoy watching "Bride of Chucky" and "Seed of Chucky"
They can be very gruesome movies, but it is pretty entertaining. I don't think I would personally reccomend this movie, but I really enjoy it when im in the mood for a freaky movie. -So if you enjoy being scared a little I for sure would say to go for this movie.
Just in case you didn't see any of the Chucky movies they are pretty much about a killer doll that looks freaky and likes to kill people (and children in some of them) Even though there is a lot of scary scenes there is a lot of adult humor involved. So you definatly laugh a lot as well :) He also has a movie called "Bride of Chucky" and he has a wife named Tiffany *Played by Jennifer Tilly* who ends up as a doll as well.
-Seed of Chucky is a perfect mixture of scary and funny so its very easy to get into.
It's not a movie i would watch all of the time. but there are definatly times when this can be a funny/scary movie to pop in and watch.
I would have to say kids shouldn't watch it (even though I used to) only because it is very violent and innapropriate for some ages. Unless of course your kids (if you have any) are into this kinda movie.
The Seed of Chucky was interesting and what was even more interesting is the child that he and tiffany conceived. In the previews the kid is inside of his mothers belly and he looks exactly what you would think chucky's child would look like, like a crazy psycho killer. I won't spoil it but when you see the kid as he is older and looking for his parent's you are disappointed by the way he acts but then you start giggling and then cracking up. You not only laugh at the way he acts but the way he … more
Yep, that ugly toy with the killer's instinct is back for a fifth round of irreverent bloodshed inSeed 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