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on 7 June 2016
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on 10 April 2017
great film
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on 4 May 2017
Great fun pure b movie silliness
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Charles Lee Ray is lost as a family man. Should not have married her,
it's gone soft - where is my Stallion?

No plot to the movie and there is pretentiousness​ evolving around Jennifer Tilly, she is okay in other movies but she is no firecracker to keep you awake.
Weak and lame movie and I am a Chucky fan
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on 25 October 2015
Son loves it
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on 23 April 2017
Bought as a gift for my young old film buff friend who is really an all round film buff who can tell you anything you want to know about any film
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on 13 October 2016
Good movie cheap price
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on 10 December 2015
Ridiculous 5th Chucky movie that jumps the shark but is actually slightly better than the ludicrous 4th movie. This time the kid of Chucky who is a ventriloquist performer in England wonders where his parents are. A chance viewing on TV locates them to Hollywood where the legend is now being turned into a goofy movie production. Kid hops on a plane to America via a package and meets up with them, resurrects them and viola the killing spree continues. Jennifer Tilly plays a real life actress that she is, and there is something infectious about her carefree acting, she's hot to boot too. Seed of Chucky actually starts off rather dark and the first quarter of an hour is interesting, there was a great story to be told here of all of the dolls being exploitated, but that idea gets dropped pretty quick. Instead Chucky is a dad and is told of family values, looking after the kid and not to kill anymore. It's a silly movie but it's still all pretty cringeworthy stuff. Horror fans will like the many references to classic films and the Glen or Glenda name for Chucky's son is obviously taken from Ed Wood's infamous 50s movie.

There's gore here but the CGI nulls that somewhat. This is a fairly poor take on the franchise and it was refreshing to see that the 6th movie reverted back to the darker more sinister movies. Ultimately Seed of Chucky is for the mainstream movie fans who thought Scary Movie was worth paying money for, all in all a major disappointment.
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TOP 1000 REVIEWERon 24 January 2014
Okay, so `The Seed of Chucky' ISN'T a `reboot,' but it does radically shift from the previous three films' `formulas,' making it come across as a real change of direction. The first `Child's Play' film was a classic horror - a straight horror. Naturally (as with so many horror franchises), the sequels (parts 2 and 3) weren't received quite so well, also staying true to the original's horror vibe. Therefore, in this one (also the first `Chucky movie' to drop the `Child's Play' title) they decide to play it for laughs (or at least black comedy anyway).

The killer doll, Chucky, returns with his - equally psychotic - `wife' Tiffany and this time they're accompanied to Hollywood with their `gender-confused' child, Glen (or possibly Glenda).

And I thought the film was great. However, it's worth noting that there are plenty of people out there who disagree with me. I actually find the new `black comedy' take on the Chucky films just as good as the original horrific line. But a fair share of the audience obviously didn't appreciate the change of direction.

Full marks to Jennifer Tilly who not only voices Tiffany, but stars as herself and mercilessly sends herself up, portraying herself as an evil human, not an awful lot better than the evil dolls.

So, expect more killing and bloodshed, only this time played for laughs rather than scares. Unless of course you find Chucky's son/daughter doll more than a little creepy in his androgynous seventies David Bowie/Ziggy Stardust kind of way!
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on 2 November 2015
Film available on Prime thought great a Chucky film I have not seen. However on watching it totally disappointed in this comedy horror film The storyline is a joke, Chucky kid is annoying and a total waste of a Sunday night watching this.
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