Written by Luke Barnes
The kids do battle with Chucky, voiced by Brad Dourif, and think that they have killed him how wrong they are.
I enjoyed that this episode brought back not just Tiffany, played by Jennifer Tilly, but also Nica, played by Fiona Dourif. It is nice to see the series tying into the wider Child’s Play universe hopefully we will also get the return of other characters from previous films as well.
I thought Fiona Dourif did a terrific job of playing a possessed Nica, she was both chilling and also endearing when she momentarily broke free. I am interested to see where the series is going to take her and see how she will become a bigger part of the narrative- I have high hopes.
I thought that this felt like a very middle of the road sort of episode, it was nice to see the kids get there moment of victory even if we all knew that it was never going to last as there is always another doll body for Chucky. However, it was nicer still when all hell broke loose during the assembly and everyone learnt things were far from over.
Overall, a strong episode with a lot to love for fans of the franchise, maybe a little slow in parts but great for the most part.
Brining back Nica and Tiffany
The wider Child’s Play universe
A little slow in parts, the parent’s storylines are just not interesting
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