Child's Play 6 Curse of Chucky has been announced

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  1. Demoni

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    Pretty straight and lame plot IMO... but then again, what is the slasher that has a great plot!

    But I would prefer a more campy approach, more like Bride!
     
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    No, please no more camp
     
  3. fceurich39

    fceurich39 Well-Known Member

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    probably will be out on dvd and blu-ray halloween 2013 i bet
     
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    You know this thread is for the 6th Chucky film and the not the remake, right?

    FYI, that trailer is fake cuz I remember seeing that before and it was confirmed.
     
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    yes this is for curse of chucky coming out on dvd/blu-ray october 2013 the sixth film and chucky i heard reprised by brad dourif doin the famous voice but chucky himself is supposed to look very different here is the imdb linkhttp://www.imdb.com/title/tt2230358/?ref_=sr_1
     
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    the face looks right, but why does he have long emo hair?
     
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    He always had longish hair, could be the lighting in this pic too that makes it look a tad longer than it should - but I always remember him having longish hair.
     
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    i suppose you're right. maybe it just looks way too coiffed. Like he just went to a salon or something.
     
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    Nice to get a taste of what he looks like but I'm hanging out to see a shot of him in the actual film. He'll look different again once he is moving and talking and who knows, they might make him look more human as they go along like the original.
     
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    hopefully a trailer should be coming out anytime!!!!
     
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    Workshed a.k.a. Villyan Shit

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    Ha ha, we are discussing Chucky's hair. We must be at the 6th installment if that's what we have left.
     
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    ThisEvilBastard Banned Mofo

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    As a horror fan I feel truly insluted that we ever consider The Chucky & Leperchaun film's to be apart of the Horror genre.
    I really dislike all of those film's they need to be treated like "fan inslluting intelligenece" garbage.

    A true horror fan would treat those like 9/11 to the horror genra
     
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    chrismac87 Zombie Eater

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    "Fan insulting intelligence garbage"?

    I had to assume you were going for "insulting" in your previous post because I've never heard of "insllutting" before, but I digress.

    Out of all the franchises, low budget schlock fests, and what not throughout the years that the horror genre has produced - you feel the CHILD'S PLAY and LEPRECHAUN films are the ones to revel at? This is a joke right?

    I mean I'll admit, the LEPRECHAUN films are not gold by any stretch - but they're fun, and entertaining for the most part which is pretty much all anyone ever should have expected from them going in.

    As far as the CHILD'S PLAY franchise goes, shit parts 2, 3, BRIDE and SEED OF CHUCKY are also nothing to go crazy over in my book; again fun and entertaining will sell these, but the first film is unarguably a cult classic film if not a classic film for its influence and unquestionable nightmares/fear it induced on a majority of its viewers.

    The first film I always felt had been underrated due to it's being lumped in with the later sequels given it was a really solid horror flick that even hardened critics such as Roger Ebert enjoyed when it was released. The idea of a child's play thing becoming a vicious killer, a boy with a strange fascination with a doll that claims it to really be alive, that first half of the film that leaves the viewer themselves even questioning the legitimacy of Andy's story, etc. There's so much more to that film than just a killer doll running amok and even to this day it is a very effective horror film.

    I wouldn't however going around calling those who enjoy those films not "true horror fans", because let's face it, there's no rule book or guidelines that any true horror fan needs to follow. Anyone who is a true horror fan to me is someone who enjoys films in the genre, discusses them, buys the many releases, collects memorabilia, and so on. A true horror fan doesn't tell others they're not true horror fans because they like this or that - again, let's face it, there's worse out there than the CHILD'S PLAY or LEPRECHAUN films that horror fans all over the world love and revel in.

    Each person has their own tastes and while you evidently don't like the CHILD'S PLAY or LEPRECHAUN films - you shouldn't insult or demean those that do. As horror fans, we are considered outcasts enough, we don't need to internalize that anymore than it already is.
     
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    I mean no dis-resecpet those Horror fan's I'm just supporting the notion of puting thesse film's in the same line as Those Spoof Movie's like Date Movie & Disater Movie instead of including them in the best genera of all time
     
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    Well man, that is disrespectful, again - they have a fan base that's dedicated, loves and enjoys them. If you don't like them that's one thing, everyone's entitled to their opinion, but questioning the legitimacy of their worth in the genre or the fans who enjoy them - that's not an assessment you can really make.

    Considering you own the first film as well, according to your Film Aficionado link, I think its safe to say you enjoy it enough to own it which leaves me to wonder why you said what you said in the first place? Especially in a thread where a majority of the people in it like the first film and presumably the others in the franchise.

    I also want to point out that I believe any of the CHILD'S PLAY/LEPRECHAUN films had FAR more effort put into them than any of the "spoof" films that have come out in recent years. Those films all just borrowed ideas from other films and ran with them, none of them came up with original concepts or storylines whereas every film in the CHILD'S PLAY and LEPRECHAUN series did. Sure they might have borrowed a plot point or two - but they still came up with their own ideas/concepts, especially the first in either franchise.

    Again, don't judge what others like or appoint yourself as jury/executioner to decide what belongs in the horror genre and what doesn't. No offense, but you or even myself isn't qualified to make any kind of assessment in that regard - unless its blatant like let's say someone tries to call YOU'VE GOT MAIL a horror film. Then we can work with that, but films that are made as horror, have horror elements to them that are taken seriously and are not spoofed in my opinion belong in the genre even if no one likes them.
     
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    You have no concept of scale.
     

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