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Seed of Chucky [DVD]
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US horror sequel written and directed by Don Mancini. In this instalment, Chucky (voice of Brad Dourif) takes his wife Tiffany (Jennifer Tilly) and pacifistic, sexually-confused son Glen (Billy Boyd) to Hollywood, where there are plans to make a movie about Chucky's murderous legacy. Once there, the family of killer dolls meet a downtrodden personal assistant (Hannah Spearritt), a rapper-turned-director (Redman), and sleazy tabloid journalist Peter Peters (John Waters).
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, Amazon.com
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