Everyone’s favorite possessed and homicidal Good Guy doll is coming to Netflix on October 3 (as well as on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD), and to whet your killer appetite for Cult of Chucky, take a stab at these four new clips.
Written and directed by Chucky creator Don Mancini, the seventh installment of the horror movie franchise features the return of Brad Dourif (Child’s Play, Star Trek: Voyager) as the voice of Chucky; daughter Fiona Dourif (Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency) as Curse of Chucky's Nica Pierce; Summer H. Howell (Curse of Chucky) as Alice and Jennifer Tilly (Bride of Chucky, Seed of Chucky, Curse of Chucky) as Chucky’s doll-bride, Tiffany.
Also back is Chucky’s now-adult nemesis from the first two Child’s Play, Andy Barclay (Alex Vincent).
Cult of Chucky finds Nica confined for the past four years to an insane asylum following the events of Curse of Chucky and convinced she’s the one who murdered her family and NOT Chucky. When her psychiatrist decides to bring in a Good Guy doll as a therapeutic tool (Worst. Idea. Ever.), all hell breaks loose when a “string of grisly deaths begins to plague the asylum.”
But hey, the good news is that Nica may not be so crazy after all. While Andy Barclay hurries to Nica’s help he’ll have to get past Chucky’s missus Tiffany (who’ll still do anything for Chucky) to save Nica.
In the first clip, Chucky bites a patient (of course, they all believe she’s the one who bit herself) while the second one shows Nica getting shock-treatment. The third sneak peek sees Nica and her doctor, who plans to drug and hypnotize her while the final clip sets up the return of Alex Vincent, who popped up in the post-credits scene of 2013's Curse of Chucky.
Chek out the new clips, and let us know if you plan on catching Cult of Chucky.