Cult of Chucky

Trivia: There's a rather odd joke in which Chucky comments that he can't believe the television show "Hannibal" was cancelled. While it might seem strange for Chucky to say this, this is actually a bit of an inside joke, as writer/director Don Mancini wrote and produced several episodes of the show "Hannibal."

Trivia: During Nica's dream-sequence, at one point we see two brief glimpses of Chucky in extreme close-up screaming, with half of his face missing. This is actually cleverly-reused stock-footage from the end of "Child's Play 3" when Chucky is killed.

Trivia: Spoilers. The idea of there being multiple Chuckies is something series creator Don Mancini has been trying to get into one of the movies since at least "Child's Play 3", four films prior.

Trivia: Chucky states that he got the spell to control multiple hosts at the same time on "" This is a callback to a joke from "Bride of Chucky", in which a book called "Voodoo for Dummies" was used to bring Chucky back to life.

Trivia: In the unrated version, be sure to sit through the credits. There's an extra scene at the end with a surprise cameo from a character last seen back in "Child's Play 2 " (Note: This scene does not appear in the R-rated cut, only the unrated).

Trivia: The film, set in a mental asylum, contains several brief allusions to the film "Once Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest", including a comment from Chucky himself about it being like a "cuckoo's nest." Chucky voice actor Brad Dourif co-starred in the film "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" as the tragic character Billy.

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