November 28, 2017

The kids just can’t get enough of Chucky!

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After what I imagine is dozens of foster homes, poor Andy is now 16 and in military school. It’s rather disappointing that the film spends more time showing Andy being bullied by his commanding officer than by Chucky. We want Chucky, not Full Metal Jacket!

I was so sad that they replaced the original Andy (Alex Vincent) with a teenage Andy (Justin Whalin). I can’t watch Whalin in anything without thinking of his Serial Mom role as Scotty the Wanker…

It says a lot about my son that he was way more scared of the Military School Barber, than any scene with Chucky. He’s very protective of his glorious locks. Now I know what to threaten him with…

WHY THE FUCK IS THERE A CARNIVAL IN THE MIDDLE OF A FOREST? Please someone explain this to me, because I do not understand. The cadets are camping out for a paintball war-game and all of a sudden, they’re getting chased by Chucky in a haunted house. Cheesy horror movies don’t have to make complete sense…but a little sense would be nice?

Easily the most boring Chucky film to date. Yawn.

Year – 1991
Rating – R
Runtime – 90 minutes
Genre – Killer Dolls
Director(s) – Jack Bender
Writer(s) – Don Mancini
Actor(s) – Justin Whalin, Perrey Reeves, Jeremy Sylvers, Travis Fine, Brad Dourif
BOB Rating – One BOB
Favorite Quote – "Yeah... Just think, Chucky's gonna be a bro." - Chucky (Brad Dourif)