Watch: Cult of Chucky 2017 123movies, Full Movie Online – After accused of murdering her family, Nica is taken to an asylum and thinks that she’s the cause of the deaths of her family. However, when grisly deaths start to occur, she then realizes that Chucky, her illusion might not be make believe. She also finds out that the doll is slowly starting to possess anyone or anything to join a huge cult to kill off Chucky’s victims, but things don’t go to well in the asylum, including for Chucky’s long lost friend, Andy, who tries to stop the cult from getting bigger while also trying to get past Chucky’s wife, “Tiffany.”.
Plot: Confined to an asylum for the criminally insane, Nica Pierce is convinced that she, not Chucky, murdered her entire family. But when the psychiatrist introduces a new therapeutic “Good Guy” doll with a familiar face, a string of new, grisly deaths leads Nica to wonder if she isn’t crazy after all.
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Literally one of the worst films I’ve ever seen. I saw Child’s Play 1 and 2 years ago and enjoyed them but skipped over the later movies. Watched this as I saw it had a great review somewhere online in those ‘overlooked horror movie’ lists. But wow. This was awful. I was angry with myself for watching until the end. Total garbage.
Kind of shits the bed in terms of the _Child’s Play_ mythos, and looks as cheap as it is, but it’s always a good time watching Chucky do his thing.
_Final rating:★★ – Had some things that appeal to me, but a poor finished product._
Too Many Chuckies
Perhaps I just was in an exceptionally optimistic and generous mood when I watched it, but I quite liked the previous installment “Curse of Chucky”. Especially after the dreadfully awful “Seed of Chucky” in 2004, “Curse of Chucky” felt like a far more mature and good old- fashioned horrific revival of the franchise with the emphasis on suspense and plot rather than on stupid slapstick one-liners. Unfortunately it was a lucky shot, as this direct sequel is once again a largely ludicrous and inept hash. The slayings are still joyously blood-soaked and the mysteriously captivating Fiona Dourif (daughter of) returns as leading lady, but the screenplay is pure nonsense and Chucky is again a sneering jester instead of a menacing killer. The story continues quite logically, with Nica Pierce submitted to a heavily guarded mental institution after the bloody events of the previous film. Her psychiatrist, Dr. Foley, arranges for Nica to be transferred to a less strict clinic and participate in group therapy. Andy Barclay, Charles Lee Ray original target victim, is also still around and keeps the heavily mutilated leftovers of the possessed Chucky doll in a safe at his house. Meanwhile, a number of Good Guy dolls are being sent to the clinic and they ALL appear to be possessed with Chucky’s cheerful persona. The explanation for why all the dolls are simultaneously possessed is cheap, imbecilic and downright preposterous. Don Mancini sort of made his life’s work out of the “Child’s Play / Chucky” series. He wrote all films since the 1988 original and took over directing them since 2004. He’ll probably never make anything else, but maybe he should. I think we’ve seen enough Chucky movies by now, even though the gore & splatter always remains worthwhile. The seventh installment contains, for example, an ingenious decapitation and a delightful head-crushing.
‘Cult of Chucky’ FrightFest Premiere Review: A Good Guy Fun Ride!’
Back at the start of July I managed to secure tickets to the opening day of FrightFest 2017. As soon as I heard Cult of Chucky was going to be having its World Premiere there, I jumped at the chance and paid money for a day pass even though this was the only movie on Thursday that I REALLY needed to see. Like hell was I risking the single tickets not being available and me missing the chance to see Chucky back on the big screen.
Like all of the Chucky films, Brad Dourif is an absolute delight as the voice of our favourite killer doll. I really felt that the events that transpired in the movie aided in showing how much passion Mr. Dourif still has for voicing the character and the range he has as a voice actor. I’ll keep my praise in the family and say that I was a huge fan of Fiona Dourif as the returning character Nica, who has some VERY interesting character development throughout the movie whilst coming to terms with her actions in Curse of Chucky and facing Chucky once more.
Unlike most sequels that seem to throw continuity out, this movie does great job at throwing back to the previous entries in the franchise in subtle, yet fun, ways! (there may even be a cameo or two).
One thing I was extremely happy about was the amount of gore and practical effects used in the movie. There is no noticeable CGI Chucky like the one in Curse and it looked like the majority of the Chucky doll scenes were done using animatronics and puppetry.
The gore in the movie is on point and not overused to the point of overkill. I mean, don’t get me wrong, there are some pretty brutal kill scenes, but not gallon upon gallon of blood split and spraying all over the place.
Don Mancini was so passionate about the franchise he built when he was doing the Q&A and urged the fans in the room to go out and support this one so that they can continue telling the story we were left with at the end, although I won’t be divulging that information until October.
My main gripe with the movie is that it felt lacking in the plot department. A lot of new concepts were introduced but with little explanation, although Don did say these would be addressed in a future installment if this one performs with the fans.
Fans of Bride and Seed will be happy to know that Chucky is at his witty best, but I know that a lot of fans take issue with the mixture of both humour and horror. Although the effects were great, there were still one or two set pieces that looked a little off but I can appreciate that this is a low budget affair when you compare it to current Hollywood horror movies.
It is a solid entry in a franchise that is already six installments strong and it also manages to breathe new life into what most may think is a tired concept. I firmly believe both fans of the original Child’s Play series and Bride, Seed, and Curse of Chucky will be very happy at what is on display in this installment and will be begging for another one come closing credits.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 31 min (91 min), 1 hr 30 min (90 min) (R-rated)
Genre Horror, Thriller
Director Don Mancini
Writer Don Mancini
Actors Allison Dawn Doiron, Alex Vincent, Brad Dourif
Country Canada, United States
Awards 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1, 16:9 HD
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A