- Do we all actually remember the premise to Child’s Play? Because it’s weird as hell.
- This kid…obsessed much?
- Of course the doll is called Good Guy.
- That life size doll in the commercial is HORRIFYING.
- There is far too much sugar involved in this breakfast this kid is making.
- This kid, Andy, just reinforces my never wanting children.
- Who puts jeans in a box like that for a kid’s birthday!?
- “I want a Good Guy to go with it” This kid is ungrateful as fuck.
- Totally fine to buy popular children’s toys from a peddler in the alley behind your work.
- …this manager can’t force her to work a shift she’s not scheduled for, though, can he?
- That doll is creepy even if it wasn’t possessed by a murderer.
- This kid needs actual friends, guys.
- I mean, how late is this department store open?
- FUCK NO with that doll movement.
- How was Andy able to walk out of school and get on a goddamn train without anybody saying anything about this small child clearly traveling by himself?
- Don’t worry. I don’t think blowing up an entire house will create a scene…
- Okay, the puppetry is quite good once he uses his real voice.
- You know what could have stopped all of this? Not buying a popular children’s toy from a peddler in the back alley of your work.
- “You can’t hurt me.” But, like, all he has to do is manage to remove your arms and legs. You are, after all, a doll.
- Andy just witnessed somebody being horrifically murdered. That’ll mess him up.
- “Chucky’s dead” Is he really, though? Of course not.
- But….how is he physically able to go on with his head missing, if he’s supposedly turning more human? This makes no goddamn sense.
- Chris Sarandon told you one thing: don’t touch the doll. Asshole.
- He deserves this.
- Again, solid puppetry.
- How does shooting him in the heart stop him and not removing his head? Real question. Would like an answer.
- That 80s freezeframe ending, though.