Happy Halloween! Wir setzen uns wieder mit dem Filmmuseum und Julian Stockinger von der Nachtblende zusammen für ein Halloweem Special zu “Chucky: Die Mörderpuppe”.
Schlagwort: Child’s Play
Rechtzeitig zum Start des jährlichen SLASH Filmfestivals gibt es einen Podcast über Queer-Horror, Bullying und Killerpuppen.
The setup for Child’s Play is quite simple: two criminals are chased by the police and one of the two makes a run for it – leaving his partner Charles “Chucky” Lee Ray (Brad Dourif) behind. Charles then breaks into a toy shop to escape the detective Mike (Chris Sarandon) who has mortally wounded Chucky. So far so good, nothing out of the usual here… that is until Charles uses Voodoo magic to teleport his soul into a Good Guys doll.
We then go through the motions with Karen Barclay (Catherine Hicks) and her son Andy (Alex Vincent) who would like nothing more than to get a Good Guys doll for his sixth birthday. And if you can put two and two together the rest of the plot is not quite hard to guess.
For the complete retrospective click here. For Child’s Play (1988) drected by Tom Holland more after the jump.
In 1988 Child’s Play started a franchise about a doll who was possessed by the murderous soul of Charles “Chucky” Lee Ray (Brad Dourif). 25 years later the fifth sequel of the franchise arrives and this is a welcome excuse for me to do a complete retrospective of the Child’s Play – franchise, a string of stories that have accompanied me through a large chunk of my life and have been very personal experiences: