Happy Halloween! Welcome to HORROR MOVIE PODCAST, where we’re Dead Serious About Horror Movies … and Chucky movies. In Episode 131, we wrap up with Part 4 of our CHILD’S PLAY FRANCHISE REVIEW.
As we’ve done with the Halloween films back in October 2014, the Friday the 13th films back in February of 2015, and the Scream films and the Nightmare on Elm Street films back in the Fall of 2015, we’re giving you in-depth analysis of the entire Chucky franchise, all seven films, concluding with this episode. So, in this show, Jay of the Dead, Dave “Dr.Shock” Becker and Wolfman Josh play with the Curse of Chucky (2013) and Cult of Chucky (2017).
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— Jay of the Dead’s guest appearance on The Resurrection of Zombie 7 to review Night of the Living Dead with Ron Martin and Little Miss Horror Nerd
— Jay’s punishment for sleeping through most of the last four Child’s Play movies… (That’s right. Keep those suggestions comin’!)
[ 0:04:09 ] II. Feature Review: CURSE OF CHUCKY (2013)
Jay of the Dead = cannot rate at this time
Wolfman Josh = 6 ( High-priority Rental / Stream on Netflix )
Dr. Shock = 7 ( High-priority Rental )
[ 0:33:15 ] III. Feature Review: CULT OF CHUCKY (2017)
Jay of the Dead = cannot rate at this time
Wolfman Josh = 6.5 ( High-priority Rental / Stream on Netflix )
Dr. Shock = 6.5 ( High-priority Rental / Stream on Netflix )
[ 0:57:01 ] IV. FRANCHISE OVERVIEW
— 5 Times The Chucky Movies Inspired Horrifically Real Acts Of Murder And Torture
By James Swift for Thought Catalog
V. Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending
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