#SLASHERWEEK :: CHILD'S PLAY

Our second installment in #SLASHERWEEK is the 1988 classic Child's Play, directed by Tom Holland. The film begins with Charles Lee Ray, a serial killer on the run, getting shot by police in a toy shop and, through some voodoo ritual,  ends up transferring his soul into a "Good Guy" doll in order to survive. The doll is now known as Chucky, who, over the span of five movies, kills a ton of people and ends up in wacky situations and gets and wife (played by Jennifer TIlly) and has a kid and all sorts of other crazy stuff. While the original was straight up horror, the sequels become more and more outlandish and are definitely more comedic. I honestly would suggest one of them to play the drinking game too since they are so wacky.

DID YOU KNOW?

  • The original plot idea for "Child's Play" was to feature the "Good Guy" dolls incredibly life like, with their own blood and latex skin. It was a blood pact in this story that brought Chucky to life, as  Andy cut his own hand and mixed his blood with Chucky's. 

  • In the opening scene of "Bride of Chucky", Jason's mask, Freddy's glove, Leatherface's chainsaw, and Michael Myer's mask are all visible.

Remember to check out our post for the #SLASHERDRINKINGGAME , a base set of rules that apply to all Slasher films featured. 

Bonus Rules:

1.  Everytime Chucky has a bad mouth.

2. Anytime the Chucky doll  is obviously a stunt double.