Watch: Seed of Chucky 2004 123movies, Full Movie Online – The killer doll is back. Glen, the orphan doll offspring of the irrepressible devilish-doll-come-to-life Chucky and his equally twisted bride Tiffany. When production starts on a movie detailing the urban legend of his parents’ lethal exploits, Glen heads for Hollywood where he brings his bloodthirsty parents back from the dead. Although Glen – or is it Glenda? – is immediately accepted, the family dynamics are far from perfect. Chucky and Tiffany go Hollywood and get rolling on a new spree of murderous mayhem, much to gentle Glen’s dismay. Chucky can’t believe that his son doesn’t want to walk in his murdering footsteps, while star-struck Tiffany can’t believe that the movie will star her favorite actress, Jennifer Tilly, who soon becomes an unwitting hostess to this new family in more ways than one..
Plot: 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!
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A couple of the _Child’s Play_ movies delve into the comedy genre, but _Seed of Chucky_ is the only one that leans into it fully. It’s not a funny horror film, it’s a comedy with some blood in it. Where the past two movies dip their toe into comedy, _Seed of Chucky_ **is** a comedy, and that complete dedication to a genre pays off. It’s not great, but it works.
_Final rating:★★★ – I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go._
Chucky has gone to seed!
It would be pure folly to have expected Seed of Chucky to be a brilliant entry in the Chucky franchise, the big-wigs pulling the financial strings behind the scenes clearly had no idea what had made the series popular in horror circles in the first place.
Bride of Chucky (part 4 for anyone counting) was bold and it worked, it managed to be that rare old thing of a horror film able to marry up horror and comedy for good entertainment purpose. Unfortunately everything about Seed of Chucky is lazy and weak. There is no story of substance here, it is neither funny or scary, the parody and self awareness the makers go for runs out of steam after 15 minutes! When the writers are reduced to a masturbation sequence to get their meta kicks then you know there’s problems. 3/10, and that is purely for Jennifer Tilly and her delightful way of not taking herself seriously.
Deliverance of evil
Having been on a roll watching and reviewing gradually over time films belonging in horror film franchises, the Chucky/’Child’s Play’ films were the most recent to get this treatment. Part of my want to see them was my fascination to see if killer doll Chucky deserved his horror icon status. My conclusion seeing the films is that he does deserve it and a hugely entertaining and creepy character, that is quite a bit better than the films.
The Chucky/’Child’s Play’ films are a mixed bag. The best of the series is still the first film followed quite closely by ‘Bride of Chucky’, enjoyed both immensely while acknowledging their imperfections. Did sort of like the second too while being mixed to indifferent on the third (which gets a lot of dislike but for me it wasn’t that bad). ‘Seed of Chucky’ is a step or two down from ‘Bride of Chucky’ and my feelings are the same as those for ‘Child’s Play 3′, thinking it was not that bad but didn’t do an awful lot for me at the end of the day. Whether it’s the worst of the series is debatable, have heard from friends that the films that followed are worse, having said that it is not hard to see why it is one of the lower rated films of the series here and why many dislike it. This is disappointing as this did have potential to be one of the best Chucky/’Child’s Play’ films if it was as good as ‘Bride of Chucky’, considering that Chucky and Tiffany return and there is again emphasis on comedy.
Lets start with the good things. ‘Seed of Chucky’ looks great. It is filmed with a lot of atmosphere, has a suitably eerie look and the special effects are nothing short of terrific. The music score is one of the best of the series, its hauntingly ominous sounds not easy to forget in the long run. Tiffany steals the show here pretty much, being both amusing and creepy, and Jennifer Tilly does have a ball playing her, wisely not taking it too seriously. Brad Dourif is still deliciously malevolent as Chucky, though he should have had more to do.
While not near as fresh or witty as the humour in ‘Bride of Chucky’, there are some darkly funny parts and lines. The parodies and in-jokes need familiarity in order to get them, being familiar with a vast majority of them this was not a problem for me, but some do work. The memorable being a quite hilarious cameo from John Waters. Another scene stealer was Glen/Glenda, hilariously played by Billy Boyd.
‘Seed of Chucky’ however has a number of serious problems. The story is both daft and lacking oomph, also suffering from trying to cram in too much and struggling to balance it all and properly exploring it. Meaning it all feels muddled and over-stuffed with the Glen/Glenda being particularly over-complicated. With the funny moments, there are moments but it’s not consistent. Other parts feel very limp and stale.
Found that the supporting cast on the most part were very bland, with one of the biggest faults of the film being the utterly wretched performance from Redman, out of place and annoying. ‘Seed of Chucky’ is severely lacking in the horror elements, where there is pretty much no atmosphere or mood. It is more reliant on gore rather than suspense or creepiness, and it is a big problem as it is overused to the point of abuse and too much of it is rather gratuitously tasteless. The kills are neither creative, palm-sweating or nail-biting, instead being predictable, sometimes silly and the overuse and gratuity of the gore hampers them. Don Mancini’s directorial ineperience is all over.
Altogether, a lot of serious faults here but there are things that prevent it from being a complete waste of time. 5/10 Bethany Cox
A worthy entry in the Child’s Play series
A 5th entry in the Child’s Play series was much expected after the ending of the 4th (“Bride of Chucky”). Chucky returns at his baddest (voiced again by the terrific Brad Dourif), and the fantastic Tiffany is back too (voiced by the lovely Jennifer Tilly). Obviously, going by the title of this movie, Chucky’s “seed” is here also his son/daughter Glen/Glenda. When I learned that this was going to be another horror film which had a horror film within it I was somewhat hesitant, but the film-within-a-film played only a minor part. The puppets were all great, Tiffany in particular, and they certainly made up for the lack of many human characters. Jennifer Tilly is brilliant, playing herself this time (she played the human Tiffany in the 4th). She looks fantastic too. Hannah from S Club does good as Jennifer’s personal assistant, Redman is also great, and the guy who plays Jennifer’s driver is a bit of a hottie. A lot more comedy has made its way into this film (as opposed to others in the series), which is not a bad thing. Keep watch for plenty of Hollywood in-jokes and other movie references also.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 27 min (87 min), 1 hr 28 min (88 min) (unrated), 1 hr 10 min (70 min) (television) (heavily cut) (India)
Genre Comedy, Horror, Thriller
Director Don Mancini
Writer Don Mancini
Actors Jennifer Tilly, Brad Dourif, John Waters
Country United States, United Kingdom, Romania
Awards 1 win & 6 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix DTS, Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Moviecam Compact, Moviecam SL
Laboratory DeLuxe, London, UK
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak)
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm (Fuji Eterna-CP 3513DI)