Curse of Chucky

Curse of Chucky (2013)

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Plot hole: When Chucky is decapitated, no blood comes out. He still has the scars from Bride/Seed of Chucky so that means he's still in the same doll's body. The longer he remains inside the doll the more human he becomes, so he should definitely bleed by this point in time.

THGhost

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Suggested correction: There's no telling exactly how his Voodoo works.

The writer/director even admitted this scene was a mistake. Prior films showed that once Chucky inhabited the doll for long enough, blood and organs would appear. The director simply chose to ignore this for this one scene, and has admitted it's a mistake.

TedStixon

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Suggested correction: I watched the scene and it's clear Chucky wasn't using a brick on the accelerator to rev the engine. However, Nica is paralyzed and there are devices you can install on a car that allows a paralyzed person to operate the gas and brake from the steering wheel, so Chucky could rev the engine without touching the gas pedal.

Bishop73

Suggested correction: All he would have to do is stand on the gas pedal.

He's standing at the wheel the entire scene. He's not tall enough to be doing that and pressing the gas pedal.

TedStixon

He could have used a brick or something to keep the gas pedal down and then climbed up to the wheel.

Except if you watch the scene, the engine revs up and down, not something putting a brick on the gas pedal would do.

Bishop73

Revealing mistake: When Nica goes to investigate the screams in the first part of the movie, as she opens and closes the door she appears to be moving in a way that implies she is standing and not sitting in her wheelchair, this completely contradicts her being a paraplegic.

THGhost

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Chucky: [to himself] Women. Can't live with them. Period.

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Trivia: The appearance of Charles Lee Ray on-screen during the flashback sequences marks the first time that Brad Dourif had appeared in human form in one of the "Chucky" films since the original. (Although photos of him from the original did subsequently appear in the other sequels, he had not shot any new live-action material in 25 years).

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Question: What was Chucky and Tiffany's childhood like? Because I read that Chucky's back story was that his father was an alcoholic and occasionally beat and raped his mother and would often beat Chucky up, did Tiff have a good childhood?

Answer: The films don't delve into either Chucky or Tiffany's backstory, and the films themselves are the only official canon. So until it is properly addressed in the movies, it's basically up to your imagination.

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