Seed of Chucky
Seed of Chucky is a 2004 American comedy slasher film, the fifth installment of the Child’s Play series, and sequel to 1998’s Bride of Chucky as well as the first film to be distributed by another company since Child’s Play. The film was written and directed by Don Mancini, who created the series and has written all of the films. With this entry, Mancini made his directorial debut. The film is set six years after Child’s Play 3 and Bride of Chucky and follows a young doll named Glen, the son of Chucky and Tiffany, resurrecting his parents, causing chaos.
The film, shot in Romania, continues the series’ evolution from the pure horror genre of the first movie to a hybrid horror-comedy. It was the last Child’s Play film to be released in theaters, with all future installments to be released direct to DVD. The film was followed by another sequel, Curse of Chucky, released on home video and Netflix in 2013.
Gentle Glen (Billy Boyd) is a ventriloquist’s dummy, the offspring of evil doll Chucky (Brad Dourif) and his doll bride (Jennifer Tilly), both of whom are now deceased. When the orphaned Glen hears that a film is being made about his parents, he goes to Hollywood and resurrects them in an attempt to get to know them better. He is horrified when Chucky and his lover embark on a new killing spree, and Chucky is equally horrified that his son has no taste for evil. It was translated by Vj Ice P.