Rating: 6.5 stars
Seen 1 time
Seen on: 08/13/2019
Chucky hooks up with another murderous doll, the bridal gown-clad Tiffany, for a Route 66 murder spree with their unwitting hosts.
Rated R | Length 89 minutes
Sandi Stahlbrand | Roger McKeen | Ben Bass | Emily Weedon | Park Bench | Vince Corazza | Janet Kidder | James Gallanders | Michael Louis Johnson | Lawrence Dane | Gordon Michael Woolvett | Kathy Najimy | Alexis Arquette | Nick Stabile | John Ritter | Ed Gale | Katherine Heigl | Jennifer Tilly | Brad Dourif
Now entering the unknown territory of unseen Chucky movies. Will I be able to tolerate them?!
Welp this is way better than it has any right to be. It’s actually funny and does some neat stuff w/the concept. Tilly is great and her and Chucky make a fun couple. Still not entirely sold on the bit but I would much prefer to see this at a local horror marathon than see CP1 or CP2 again. So damn tired of getting those two films over and over.
I also like Heigl here and it gives me great delight knowing she did this flick to earn her stripes. Still not sure what she did to get a negative rap now but I don’t care. She’s was 19 when this was made and she’s cool in the role. Did not like see John Ritter as the asshole bad guy police chief. He doesn’t do “bad” very well. Could’ve made him a sympathetic nice dad and still had him killed by Chucky.
This installment gives me hope for the remaining two I need to watch in this Blu set.
So Janet Kidder was driving me nuts in this movie bc she looks like someone else that I could not place for the life of me. FINALLY I have figured it out. She’s a dead ringer for Rose Byrne as Rose appeared in Attack of the Clones as Padmé‘s maid. God it was driving me nuts. Now I want to watch both films again to see how close they are in appearance. Or maybe I can find some screen shots.