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Quickie: Seed of Chucky (2004)

Seed of Chucky kicks off its first piece of imagery with a gill of semen drizzling down an imaginary screen as its opening credits roll, ultimately communicating to the audience the ill-conceived tone it’s going for. I honestly don’t know what to follow up with…after…saying…that…

Newcomer to the director’s chair but longtime writer of the Child’s Play franchise Don Mancini, opens the flick up with an admirable, quick, two to three-minute dream sequence that is suitably conducted. In fact, I’d say it’s about the only admirable property packed in this monstrosity. Seed of Chucky is a dismally plagiarized version of Wes Craven’s New Nightmare that’s prime reason for existing is to annoy its fans to a fusing slurry. “S###” would be a marvelous word to sum up this…s###!

I’ve just come back from witnessing dolls piss their pants, masturbate to porno mags, call recovery hotlines, flash their genitals, impregnate humans with their sperm, question their sexuality, perform karate, and help deliver a baby. WHAT IN THE F### HAS THIS WORLD COME TO? THIS MOVIE THINKS ITS SOOOOOO F###ING META BUT IT’S REALLY JUST A CULTURAL EPIDEMIC! F###, F###, F### THIS S###! 

So yes, it’s as bad as people say it is. Don’t watch it. 

Verdict: F

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“Seed of Chucky” is now available to rent and buy on YouTube, Amazon Prime, iTunes, Google Play, Vudu, and Starz.

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