Bride of Chucky
Comedy • R • 1998 • 1 hr 29 min
Another chucky movie whit the bride movie is little bit different non-scary but good for kill the time
My favorite.. I love tiffany in this.. chucky and tiffany is my favorite horror couple.
love this film jenifer tilly is amazing one of best in series
Outside of the original this might be the best installment. Introducing Jennifer Tilly and a bride for Chucky was such a breath of fresh air
The best in the series imho, it has so much class, humor.. Its twisted. Great soundtrack too! Loved it.. Its a part of my childhood.
People don't like it , but I still fond it very funny.
This movie is the beginning of the comedic side of The Child's Play franchise, but it's still good.
Basically junk food in movie format. It may not be the best of the series but it sure is a guilty pleasure of mine.
Hilarious film with not much to offer besides its comedy.
Good in its own sick, macabre way. Its horror comedy, heavy metal-loving, "don't care" attitude is irresistable.
An innocent-looking doll is inhabited by the soul of a serial killer who refuses to die.
Chucky is reconstructed by a toy factory to dispel the negative publicity surrounding the doll, and tracks young Andy Barclay to a foster home where the chase begins again.
Eight years after seemingly destroying the killer doll, teen Andy Barclay is placed in a military school, and the spirit of Chucky returns to renew his quest and seek vengeance after being recreated from a mass of melted plastic.
Chucky is reborn when his old flame, Tiffany, rescues his battered doll parts from a police impound.
This time around, Chucky and his homicidal honey, Tiffany, are brought back to life by their orphan offspring, Glen. Then the horror goes Hollywood as Chucky unleashes his own brand of murderous mayhem!
After her mother's mysterious death, Nica begins to suspect that the talking, red-haired doll her visiting niece has been playing with may be the key to the mounting bloodshed and chaos.
Confined to an asylum for the criminally insane for the past four years, Nica is wrongly convinced that she, not Chucky, murdered her entire family... until a string of grisly deaths occur after her psychiatrist introduces a new group therapy tool -- a "Good Guy" doll.