Jennifer Tilly as Tiffany
Brad Dourif as Chucky
Katherine Heigl as Jade
Nick Stabile as Jessie
Alexis Arquette as Damien
Bride of Chucky begins with Chucky’s voodoo – obsessed girlfriend calling a cop and persuading him to bring Chucky’s dismembered parts to her. Seduced by the elusive murderer, the cop drives to a specified rendezvous point chosen by Tiffany, only to have his throat slit. Taking the parts to her trailer van, she is infuriated by the seemingly failed voodo ritual (in which she attempted to transfer Chuckys soul into the doll, which she stapled, screwed and stitched together. She flings the book titled ‘Voodoo 4 Dummies’ across the room exclaiming “Oh what a crock”.
Don’t be so sure!
Chucky becomes alive and, through an unlikely chain of events, Tiffany becomes a doll too.
On their journey to swap souls into real bodies there is a trail of inventive murders and a climatic showdown, and all throughout Chucky supplies the belly laughs – which 99% of the time are all brilliant nuggets of comedy.
This film as a horrorcom, but not your stupid Scary Movie or “Scream If You Know What I Did Last Friday The 13th” feast of slapstick and idiocy.
The end of the film is a blatant opener to the sequel, that was since released. This film is simply brilliant for real Horror Freaks or anybody who simply wants to see a good movie.
Chucky gets Lucky!