Chucky is back to his old tricks, or at least his one trick of being a freaky little doll that murders people, in the latest chapter of the Child's Play franchise, Curse of Chucky. Though still written (and now directed) by the guy who's penned every Chucky film to date, the feature apparently reboots the character fresh from the box and without the burden of family, as this returns the character to his darker, horror toddler overalls. Plus, this is going straight to video, so no reason to pay Jennifer Tilly if you don't have to.
Here's the trailer, in which Chucky bites fingers and pushes girls in wheelchairs off stairs. Doll seems like kind of a prick.
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