Child’s Play (2019)

What is Child's Play (2019) about?

Child’s Play (2019) is a horror film that was released in 2019, which was a remake of the of 1988 movie Child’s Play. However, this version does have many differences. Child’s Play (2019) is about a doll that is given to a boy named Andy. This doll can talk, can remember things for you, walk around and do much more. The doll, named Chucky wants to be Andy’s best friend. He will stop at nothing to make sure that Andy and him can be best friends though, meaning that he would even be incredibly violent in order to help him. This goes way too far though, as Chuck is capable of doing anything, no matter how cruel and torturous. Will people really believe that a doll is actually doing all of the cruel things to benefit Andy’s life? These dolls are not built for violence, which makes it all very difficult to believe. Watch the horror film Child’s Play (2019) to find out more! Child’s Play is currently on Netflix, so if you are a member to this service then you can watch it there.

Would horror lovers enjoy this film?

If you have seen the previous Chucky horror films, then you will most likely love this one. It continues with the dark comedy/ light but still freaky and gory vibe that the other films have. Child’s Play is such a great horror that you can just through on, eat some dinner and have a laugh with. As explained in previous reviews for the Chucky films, you can’t take these types of films seriously because they are not serious one bit. They aren’t realistic, they aren’t serious horrors (like hereditary or The Witch) where you can read into every scene and analyse it, but they are ideal for just chilling out and watching something brilliantly entertaining! One thing worth mentioning though, which we didn’t like too much, is that this Chucky film doesn’t follow the story line of the spirit of a serial killer going into the doll, but it seemed more to be a doll that turned bad. Since this Chucky film doesn’t continue from the other ones, then we understand why this isn’t the case, but it was just wasn’t the same without that inner character being there.


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