Written and directed by Don Mancini. Starring Jennifer Tilly, Brad Dourif, Billy Boyd, John Waters, Redman and Hannah Spearritt.
Plot: an innocent Glen (Boyd), resurrects his dead parents, Chuck (Dourif) and Tiffany (Tilly) to get to know them better and is sad to discover they are murderers.
So, Chucky and Tiffany had a son. But he ended up born and raised in England and is now a dummy that is treated very harshly. He thinks he’s Japanese because of a tattoo on his wrist, but then he sees Chucky and Tiffany dolls on TV, decides that they’re his parents and he runs away to Hollywood to find them.
Don’t know how Glen gets to Hollywood or why he has the amulet, but he does, and he resurrects Chucky and Tiffany. Alive again, they take up murdering right away. And Glen is devastated. He didn’t think he had murderous parents. Plus, there’s the added craziness of how Chucky wants him to be Glen, a man’s man and Tiffany wants him to be Glenda, her little girl.
It’s sad. It’s so sad. If you can get through this movie multiple times, more power to you, but we cannot. There were boob shots and the direction was fine, but the story was dribble. Can’t do it. Just say no.
Our score: 10.