Child's Play director Lars Klevberg explains why he wanted to explore new versions of both Chucky and Andy in his remake of the 1988 slasher film.
The Child's Play remake doesn't truly follow the franchise tradition by allowing another hero besides Andy to step up against the killer doll.
Child's Play director Lars Klevberg had some unique legal issues to work around when it came to the doll's spate of murders in the slasher remake.
Child's Play may be about Chucky being a 21st century killer but it still has some major plot holes that kill the film's internal logic.
Child's Play director Lars Klevberg explains how he tried to juggle the goofier, gory moments of the horror remake with sincere character drama.
The current upgrade to Chucky in the Child's Play reboot turns out to be both the best and the worst thing the franchise could have done to the doll.
Child's Play makes a specific reference to the second Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Directors Lars Klevberg explains why.
Child's Play reboot filmmaker Lars Klevberg reveals what direction he would like to take a potential sequel.
The Child's Play reboot levels up Chucky, the Buddi toy, by giving the new killer doll his cutest, and deadliest, weapon ever.
Critics haven't always been kind to the Child's Play franchise, so let's take a look at how it has fared throughout the years.
Chucky carves out a solid Freshness Score on Rotten Tomatoes, and it's actually getting better as more reviews roll in.
Child's Play makes some radical changes to Chucky by bringing him into the 21st century and dealing with themes of technology.
While it may not be particularly groundbreaking, the Child's Play remake is a well-made and loving throwback to a bygone era of horror.
Both Child's Play and Halloween have been rebooted, but where does that leave terrors like Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees?
The latest Child's Play poster finds Chucky murdering one more beloved Toy Story character, rendering them... extinct.