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Chucky: The Complete Collection

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Chucky: The Complete Collection

DVD Talk
11 October 2013
  • Excerpt: As genre fans, we've had to endure our own tale of horror throughout the years. We were teased with many of our beloved franchises on Blu-ray, but like any dope smoking teenager that gets laid on film, they inevitably got the axe. Freddy, Jason and Chucky all met an untimely end, and how?
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Chucky: The Complete Collection

Rock! Shock! Pop!
7 October 2013
  • Summary: Some may take issue with Universal not releasing all of the sequels individually but outside of that, there’s not whole lot of room to complain here. All six of the movies in the set look quite nice and there’s a pretty decent array of supplemental material included in the set as well.
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Overall 8
8.0

Chucky: The Complete Collection

High-Def Digest
7 October 2013
  • Conclusion: Twenty-five years later, the 'Child's Play' franchise remains a fun assortment of late-night flicks for an entertaining Saturday night. The original installment to the popular franchise, which also introduced Chucky to the world of horror cinema, was an unexpected surprise to the genre, successful enough to spawn five sequels and turning a maniacal doll possessed by the soul of a demented serial killer into popular horror icon.
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Overall 7
7.0

Chucky: The Complete Collection Blu-ray Review

blu-ray.com
4 October 2013
  • Summary: Director Don Mancini's Child's Play trilogy and subsequent Chucky sequels aren't exactly unique among fan-favorite horror series. The first installment remains unmatched. Reinvention is the franchise's lifeblood. Camp slowly displaces straight scares. The diabolical baddie becomes more central to the story with each passing film. The human element becomes more and more inconsequential.
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