13 Fun Facts about Bride Of Chucky (1998)
Bride of Chucky was released on October 16, 1998. Practical Magic and Beloved were also released on this day.
💀 The Film is directed by Ronny Yu, who also directed the 2003 slasher, Freddy vs. Jason
💀 Unlike the first three films, Bride of Chucky takes a markedly humorous turn towards self-referential parody.
💀It also departs from the Andy Barclay storyline of the first three films, focusing mainly on series villain Chucky, a doll possessed by a serial killer, and his former lover and accomplice Tiffany, whose soul is also transferred into a doll.
💀It is the first movie in the series to not have “Child’s Play” in the title.
💀It grossed 50.7 million USD worldwide on a budget of 25 million USD, and received mixed reviews from critics. It was followed by Seed of Chucky, released in 2004.
💀There are 7 total films in the Child’s Play franchise, as well as comic books, a video game, and tie-in merchandise.
💀According to Jennifer Tilly, the doll sex scene was all improvised.
💀 In the evidence room in the beginning of the movie, there is "The Crate" from the movie Creepshow (1982)
💀 This film marks the first appearence of Chucky's redesign.
💀 Tiffany's car is a 1960 Pontiac.
💀 The Pontiac Transam is one of the most popular model in film, having appeared in over 850 movies.
💀 The transgender pornstar Bailey Jay's stage name was inspired by Robert Bailey.