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2004 / Horror, Comedy
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Directed by Don Mancini
Written by Don Mancini
Starring Brad Dourif, Jennifer Tilly, Billy Boyd and Redman

Chucky and Tiffany are resurrected by their innocent son, Glen, and hit Hollywood, where a movie depicting the killer dolls' murder spree is underway.

The following tags are associated with this movie: Slasher, Dolls
Seed of Chucky (2004)
Review by Bradley Frohloff

7 / 10
This is the weakest movie of the franchise to date. Tiffany is a character that some people had reservations about since her arrival in Bride Of Chucky, but I think most people are in agreement that the gender confused offspring known as Glen/Glenda doesn't do this movie any favours as the character is not really scary or funny aside from being the brunt of some jokes.

Seed Of Chucky probably also has the worst casting of the series, aside from Tilly, none of the human characters really put in any commendable performances. Redman in the movie is comparable to that of Busta Rhymes in Halloween: Resurrection, he just doesn't belong in this franchise. The cameo by John Waters is fun but ultimately does little to change the landscape of the movie.

Don Mancini seems quite comfortable behind the camera for his first time directing but could have found different or more practical ways to display certain doll movements. See at the start of the movie when Glen/Glenda is running away from his owner or when he flips over Chucky during their fight, it just looks absurd, even for this movie. Brad Dourif is still as fantastic as ever with the voicing of Chucky, over-achieving on what was written for him.

Despite all of the criticisms and its wrongful transition towards almost being more of a comedy than a horror movie, many fans of the series will still probably find the movie to be extremely watchable because there's still plenty of Chucky to be had.
Seed of Chucky (2004)
Review by Michael Mahoney

2 / 10
Perhaps it was just my mood, but I found this film wholly unjustifiable. To be honest, though, my mood aside, I cannot imagine a situation in which I could ever find this movie acceptable.

Bride of Chucky damaged the series by creating a more light-hearted experience, but there was still plenty of elements to moderately enjoy. Seed of Chucky has virtually nothing.

Two of the deaths in the film were okay (a disembowelment and a flamethrower kill). A few of the lines made me chuckle (such as the jab at Tilly's voice). Hannah Spearritt was cute (though her character was extraordinarily idiotic).

But as far as positives go, that's it.

The biggest problem for me is that I just didn't like the story at all. It's such a stupid concept. Toward the end, it felt rushed, and the epilogue was just terrible, but the bigger issue is there wasn't a single thing about the plot that I thought was good or worth seeing. Not a single thing.

The addition of Glen/Glenda was misguided (just as shooting oneself in the face is misguided). I don't know if I can even expand on that. It was just a stupid idea, and it's a damn shame that the series fell to this level.

It may be worth mentioning that unlike the first four films in this series, I've never seen this one before. For exactly the reason that I thought it sounded idiotic. I did try, at the beginning, to go in with an open mind. But when the first sequence is revealed as a dream, and Glen/Glenda wakes up and had a British accent, I was done.

A God-awful experience, perhaps one of the worst sequels to an otherwise decently solid series that I could possibly imagine. Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood was better and more entertaining than this shit. The rating is for the two solid kills, the few humorous lines the movie possessed, and Spearritt.
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