Thanks to our friends over at Special Ops Media in the States, we've just received our review copy of Seed of Chucky and I can safely say that it doesn't disappoint. I watched it last night, and I'm still chuckling about it.
Until we have time to get a full review up, check out this latest press release...
In this outrageous, unrated and fully extended version of Seed of Chucky, everyone’s favorite killer doll returns – and he’s bringing the entire family! This time around, Chucky (voiced again by Brad Dourif) 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! Featuring Academy Award nominee Jennifer Tilly (as herself and the voice of Tiffany) and hip-hop star Redman, it’s more gore, more gags, and much more Chucky doing his dirtiest deeds yet!
The “unrated and fully extended” version of the DVD features the following bonus features:
CHUCKY’S INSIDER FACTS ON DEMAND – Over 150 trivia facts you never wanted to know about chucky
SLASHED SCENE – Tiffany fights temptation to off actress Debbie Carrington
HEEEEERE’S CHUCKY – A revealing interview with Chucky including early screen tests
FEATURE COMMENTARY – With writer/director Don Mancini and puppet master Tony Gardner
FAMILY HELL-IDAY SLIDE SHOW – The Chucky family hosts the first viewing of their exploits through Paris, New York and Hollywood
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
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 Hollywood stars.
AUDIO COMMENTARY WITH WRITER/DIRECTOR DON MANCINI AND ACTRESS JENNIFER TILLY
31st Mar 05 HGL has his characters simply play with human organs / intestines / eyes in sockets close-up needlessly and for longer than is necessary, if indeed it was necessary at all, which it isn't. Like close-up...