Cult of Chucky

Revealing mistake: When Chucky's disembodied head tries to bite Andy in the beginning, watch closely. When the plaque he's mounted too leans forward suddenly as Chucky snaps at Andy, you can see a rod underneath of it, which was used to make it move and lean forward by the puppeteers.

Continuity mistake: When Andy is grappling with the "buzz-cut" Chucky and trying to rip his clothes off, at one point the camera cuts from a medium shot to a closeup as he rips Chucky's overalls down. In the medium shot, Chucky's left arm is reaching for Andy's wrist, but isn't holding it. But in the closeup, suddenly Chucky is grasping Andy's wrist.

TedStixon

Continuity mistake: Dr. Foley burns and melts the Chucky doll on his right hand with a lighter but when it cuts to a wide shot, Chucky's hand is completely fine.

Visible crew/equipment: When the patient throws Chucky into the hole outside, when he rises up, you can see someone's hand give her the doll.

Continuity mistake: When Carlos is killed by the three Chuckies with different weapons simultaneously, the editing gives away that three different prosthetic chest-pieces were used to accomplish the effect - one for each weapon. The blood and wounds on his chest and stomach are inconsistent from shot to shot as we see the different weapons slashing and stabbing him. His body also wriggles about a bit differently from shot to shot.

TedStixon

Chucky: Kyle?
Kyle: Andy sent me. We're gonna have some fun.

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Trivia: During Nica's dream-sequence, at one point we see two brief glimpses of Chucky in extreme close-up screaming, with half of his face missing. This is actually cleverly-reused stock-footage from the end of "Child's Play 3" when Chucky is killed.

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Answer: Chucky states that he found a new voodoo spell in the film that allows him to control multiple hosts at once. It's almost like a copy/paste of his spirit. Andy still has the original Chucky, whereas the rest are duplicates.

Answer: Originally, the serial killer Charles Lee Ray used a voodoo spell to transfer his soul into a "Good Guy" doll in a toy shop, thereby becoming "Chucky" the homicidal doll. Later he acquired a voodoo spell that allowed Chucky to transfer souls multiple times (of course, his ultimate goal has always been to transfer his soul back into a living human body).

Charles Austin Miller

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