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Seed of Chucky

Rated R for strong horror violence/gore, sexual content and language.

R In Theaters 11/12/2004 , 86min.
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70%
Viewer score based on 10 ratings
46%
Critic score based on 17 reviews

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July 26, 2009
Rean Rossier
I liked this movie it is not really a horror movie well kinda it's more of a comedy some people think it is kind of weird that this movie is just about doll's killing people ******** not the movie is not like a HORROR movie okay it's a COMEDY! some part's in this movie where very fun not a lot of gore but still a great movie some people may not want to see this movie because they hate the plot.
December 13, 2008
mustacheman26
I love the chucky movies and this was a bad chucky movie but a FREAKIN GOOD LMAO, FUNNY, COMEDY MOVIE! Overall it was good comedy movie.
September 29, 2008
SpdrmnFan99
that was nice

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

The New York Times
Most of the humor falls flat. One of the film's little joys is John Waters in a small part as a sleazy photographer who ends up having his face melted off with sulfuric acid. Full Review
Anita Gates
The New York Times
Most of the humor falls flat. One of the film's little joys is John Waters in a small part as a sleazy photographer who ends up having his face melted off with sulfuric acid. Full Review
Carla Meyer
San Francisco Chronicle
Were there an award for most bizarre and dispiriting comedy-horror hybrid featuring killer dolls, the latest installment in the "Child's Play" series would have it locked up. Full Review
Jack Mathews
New York Daily News
Horror fans will be appalled by the frivolity of the beheadings, amputations and blunt-force trauma. But when Tilly, complaining about all the good roles going to Julia Roberts, says she could have played Erin Brockovich and done it without the Wonderbra, you know you're into something almost inspired. Full Review
Joe Leydon
Variety
Simply isn't funny or frightening enough to expand its appeal beyond core fan base. Full Review

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