Believing, she has been in an asylum for the criminally insane, that she is not mentally well, Nica (played by Fiona Dourif) wrongly believes that she has killed the other members of her family. As part of her therapy, the psychiatrist treating her decides to introduce a new twist to their group therapy. It is a “Good Goy” doll.
Shortly after the new therapy begins several murders occur. Nica begins to question whether she is the one who is insane. Aware of what is going on, Andy (played by Alex Vincent) tries to come to Nica aid. This will not be easy as Chucky’s bride Tiffany (played by Jennifer Tilly) will do anything to protect and help her beloved doll.
Like all the other Chucky films possessing a rather open mind in order to enjoy in even the slightest way the watching of this film is a requisite. Even with this in hand there will be plenty of WTF moments. Moments which are ridiculous and really don’t make any sense whatsoever.
There are several throwbacks to previous Chucky films which longtime fans will enjoy. Plus there is the usual attempts at humour interspersed between the blood and gore. There is some new stuff going on here which bring the series into a slightly new direction. This is required in any film series which hopes to last. A breath of fresh air is needed or even the most loyal of fans will grow weary.
Fans of this horror film series will probably continue to be fans. For as far as Chucky films go this is a decent one.
- Deleted Scenes with Optional Commentary by Director/Writer/Executive Producer Don Mancini
- Inside the Insanity of Cult of Chucky
- Good Guy Gone Bad: The Incarnations of Chucky
- The Dollhouse
- Feature Commentary with Director/Writer/Executive Producer Don Mancini and Head Puppeteer/Associate Producer Tony Gardner
- Digital Copy