It's been eight years since the events in the second film, we now see that Andy is a teenager who has been enrolled in a military school. Play Pals Toy Company decides to re-release its Good Guys line, feeling that after all this time, the bad publicity has died down. As they re-used old materials, the spirit of Charles Lee Ray once again comes to life. In his search for Andy, Chucky falls into the hands of a younger boy, and he realizes that it may be easier to transfer his soul into this unsuspecting child. Andy is the only one who knows what Chucky is up to, and it's now up to him to put a stop to it. Written by
John Ritter was originally supposed to appear as a security guard at the Good Guy Doll Factory in a sequence where some kids sneak into the factory and discuss the Chucky myth. Ritter later appeared in Bride of Chucky (1998) in a supporting role. See more »
(at around 20 mins) When Andy removes the white rag used to gag Whitehurst, it is still wrapped around his neck, but in the next shot, it is lying on the floor. When Whitehurst stands up, it is back around his neck. See more »
In 1991 I was an unfortunate attendee of a crap military school, the now defunct Kemper Military School, in Boonville, Missouri. Somehow I managed to have good enough grades to be included in the extras cast, and I am prominently visible in 3 scenes.
Wow, did this movie suck, buy what else did you expect? It was, to say the least, a bizarre experience. To have all of these L.A. types dropped into the middle of B.F.E.
We had quite a few laughs at their expense, for some reason a large number of the crew bought fur caps (why?!?!) in Columbia and wore them during the filming, which was in the winter. We identified them as such, "Brown Fox Man", "Field Mouse Man", "Roadkill Beaver Man", etc. Considering the absolute hell-hole conditions we had endured at this school, this all came as some desperately needed comic relief.
The best part, the catering. I had lost roughly 15 lbs during the school year, and when they let the extras eat with the crew, we were overjoyed, I mean I can still taste the steak kabobs!
I haven't really been in touch with anyone from the school since I left after that one horrible year, which makes viewing the movie now all the more surreal, like a bad dream from a previous life. Not that I've seen it recently, I wouldn't spend my money on this piece of s#*t.
One note, I met the author, a Mr. Mancini, and I have to say he was a cool dude. Cheers all, but if any of you out there reading this were students there with me, go to hell.
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