Seed of Chucky

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Overview

Chucky and Tiffany are back, and this time they've got an extra hand to help out with the murderous mayhem as offspring Glen lends a hand in skewering Hollywood -- quite literally -- in the latest installment of Don Mancini's Child's Play series. In addition to a 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer and a selection of either English (closed-captioned) or French Dolby Digital 5.1 audio as well as English DTS 5.1 audio with optional Spanish and French subtitles, this release also offers a variety of bonus ...
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Overview

Chucky and Tiffany are back, and this time they've got an extra hand to help out with the murderous mayhem as offspring Glen lends a hand in skewering Hollywood -- quite literally -- in the latest installment of Don Mancini's Child's Play series. In addition to a 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer and a selection of either English (closed-captioned) or French Dolby Digital 5.1 audio as well as English DTS 5.1 audio with optional Spanish and French subtitles, this release also offers a variety of bonus materials for the rabid Chucky fan. Follow everyone's favorite psychotic doll in a "Family Hell-iday Slideshow" that must be seen to be believed, and once you've returned safely to the comfort of your couch, take a look behind the scenes at two decades of Chucky movies in the featurette "Conceiving the Seed of Chucky." Fans of sultry Seed of Chucky starlet Jennifer Tilly will no doubt enjoy the inclusion of her video diary as seen on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, and in addition to a written diary, gorehounds can also access "Fuzion Up Close With the Seed of Chucky Stars," in which Chucky and Tiffany speak candidly about life as a Hollywood couple, and a feature commentary track with director Mancini and star Tilly.
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Special Features

Family Hell-iday Slide Show -- Experience the ultimate Chucky vacation through the deadly family photos; "Conceiving the Seed of Chucky" -- A behind-the-scenes look at two decades of Chucky films; Tilly on The Tonight Show -- Jennifer Tilly's video diary from The Tonight Show With Jay Leno; "Fuzion Up Close With the Seed of Chucky Stars" -- The cameras of mun2 go behind-the-scenes for revealing interviews with Chucky and Tiffany, who speak publicly about their lives as a Hollywood couple; Feature commentary with writer/director Don Mancini and actress Jennifer Tilly; And much more
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Jeremy Wheeler
Picking up where Bride of Chucky left off comes Seed of Chucky, an uproarious comic take on the world of celebrity, transgendered confusion, and killer dolls struggling with moral family issues. In short, it's a movie of its time. With inspired nods to Ed Wood and family dramas such as Ordinary People, creator Don Mancini brings yet another new fresh take on the franchise that worked so well when he tackled romantic comedies in the previous film. With many very knowing jabs at Hollywood and the business, Seed does work the pop-culture angle for all it's worth (and then some), though, thankfully, it aligns itself more with the Wes Craven's New Nightmare category than the nonstop type of Shrek mockery. Jennifer Tilly and Redman have a great time poking fun at themselves and the industry, as does John Waters in a juicy sleaze column reporter role that will no doubt usher in some classic hoots and hollers from his fans. The core of the film lies in Chucky and Tiffany, whose technical and vocal performances are, bar none, the best this series has seen. Brad Dourif once again shines in the Chucky role, though newcomer Billy Boyd, as his hideous offspring, isn't too shabby himself (and just wait until you see what androgynous rock star the kid was based on!). Throughout the film, Mancini keeps the trashy laughs coming and the bloody deaths over-the-top, injecting his own stylish touch into a film that many thought would be lacking in his first time behind the camera. Seed of Chucky is wild, weird, and wacky -- three things that not too many fifth films in a horror series can proudly boast.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/7/2005
  • UPC: 025192580123
  • Original Release: 2004
  • Rating:

  • Source: Universal Studios
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:27:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Brad Dourif Voice Only
Jennifer Tilly Voice Only, Herself
Billy Boyd Voice Only
Redman Himself
Hannah Spearritt Joan
John Waters Pete Peters
Keith-Lee Castle Psychs
Steve Lawton Stan
Tony Gardner Tony Gardner
Jason Flemyng Santa
Technical Credits
Don Mancini Director, Executive Producer, Screenwriter
Chris Dickens Editor
Pino Donaggio Score Composer
Anthony George Every Asst. Director
Judy Farr Art Director
Tony Gardner Makeup Special Effects
David Kirschner Producer
Vernon Layton Cinematographer
Guy J. Louthan Executive Producer
Laura Moskowitz Co-producer
Cristian Niculescu Production Designer
Simon Okin Sound/Sound Designer
Oana Paunescu Costumes/Costume Designer
Peter Russell Production Designer
Corey Sienega Producer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Unwanted Present (Main Titles) [3:15]
2. Incessant Nightmares [4:05]
3. Puppet on a String [1:51]
4. Winter Wonderland [5:03]
5. Killer Instincts [2:36]
6. Playing Up [2:11]
7. Dysfunctional Family [6:08]
8. Kissy Face [2:29]
9. Horrific Press [4:02]
10. No More Killing [2:07]
11. Helping Hand [2:30]
12. Dirty Girl [6:09]
13. Say Cheese [5:47]
14. The Last Supper [3:40]
15. Proud Parents [2:16]
16. Lady Killer [5:43]
17. Voodoo Pregnancy [5:41]
18. Untying the Knot [5:18]
19. A New Gift [6:03]
20. Curtain Call/End Titles [3:11]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play
   Scenes
   Killer Bonus Features
      Family Hell-Iday Slideshow
      Audio Commentary With Writer-Director Don Mancini and Actress Jennifer Tilly: On/Off
      Conceiving the Seed of Chucky
      Tilly on the Tonight Show
      Jennifer Tilly's Diary
      Fuzion Up Close Mun2 With the Seed of Chucky Stars
      Cast and Filmmakers
         Jennifer Tilly as Herself/Tiffany (Voice)
         Redman as Himself
         Hannah Spearritt as Joan
         John Waters as Pete Peters
         Billy Boyd as Glen/Glenda (Voice)
         Brad Dourif as Chucky (Voice)
         Written and Directed by Don Mancini
         Produced by David Kirschner
         Produced by Corey Sienega
         Executive Produced by Guy J. Louthan
   Languages
      Spoken Language: English 5.1 Dolby Digital
      Spoken Language: English 5.1 DTS
      Spoken Language: Français 5.1 Dolby Digital
      Audio Commentary With Writer-Director Don Mancini and Actress Jennifer Tilly
      Captioned for the Hearing Impaired: English
      Subtitles: Español
      Subtitles: Français
      Subtitles: None
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A so- so movie from an outstanding past.

    This movie is not great, but it didn't suck. It was, well um, original. It was funny but also disturbing. Only for people who can really take a joke. "like me"

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Seed of Chucky

    This movie sucked so badly. I watched the entire movie and I was like this is so not a scary movie, and I am not going to recomendite to anyone at all because it sucks. So don't waste your time watching it because most of it is just bloody disgusting scenes and shows you gross actions. Look, if you really want to see a scary movie then i am telling you now to please not waste your time and money on this dumb movie. I am never going to watch it again, and I am warning everyone reading this message that you really don't wanna see this movie. Trust me, I know. And I made that mistake of even trying to watch it. So please don't make the same mistake that I made. Just don't watch it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Seed of Chucky

    I saw only the ending and it sucked! I'm even more afaried of how much worse the beginning will be! This movie was so not scary. Trust me. I saw it on the tv and it was so bad I can't describe it at all! Don't waste your presious time on this dumb movie.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    My least favorite of the series!

    The Seed of Chucky was my least favorite of the movie's and this should have been less funny and more scary.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    SHOULDN'T HAVE BEEN MADE

    Being a fan of the first 3 Chucky movie, I decided I would give this movie a chance, even though Bride of Chucky was bad. This movie was very funny and sick! Full of unnecessary things when it comes down to it. I'll just stick with the first 3 Chucky movies to watch.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    It's a Good Thing That I Rented the Movie

    This movie was really weird, sick, stupid, and It has to be the worst Chucky movie I've ever seen. It was a little funny at parts but it was mainly boring. It wasn't scary like the other Chucky movies were. I'm warning you to not rent or buy this movie. You'll be so bored that you'll turn off the movie. Consider yourself warned.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Chucky at it again!

    I really liked this movie, though I felt it could have been a lot better. I've come to accept that the Chucky movies are now completely fallen on the genre of dark-comedy. They are actuallly very good at it! I recommend this movie to those who are general slasher and/or Chucky fans. =)

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