Bride of Chucky (1998) Poster


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In the opening scene Michael Myers' and Jason's masks (from the Halloween and Friday the 13th movies), Leatherface's chain saw (from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre movies), and Freddy Kruger's glove (from the Nightmare on Elm Street movies) are visible.
In the opening shot, when the policeman is walking through the evidence locker room, several dolls appear. These resemble, or may actually be, from the movie series Puppet Master. They appear in the first storage case shown, on the left side of the screen.
According to Jennifer Tilly, the doll sex scene was all improvised.
There is a character in the film named Damien Baylock. In The Omen, the satanic child is called Damien, while his evil nanny is called Mrs. Baylock.
Also in the evidence room in the beginning of the movie, there is "The Crate" from the movie "Creepshow"
When Jennifer Tilly is dancing for Chucky, there is a brief appearence of the top of one of her nipples. This is revealed in the DVD commentary by Jennifer herself.
The date on Tiffany's newspaper clippings at the beginning of the movie and the date of death on Charles Lee Ray's tombstone is 9 November 1988, the release date of the first Child's Play movie.
The pet of Tiffany is a tarantula called Charlie. The tarantula belongs to the genus of Avicularia Minatrix.
Julia Stiles got the part of Jade, but later dropped out to play a role in "10 Things I Hate About You"
A certain Bride of Chucky promotional poster is a parody of one of the Scream 2 (1997) posters.


The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

When John Ritter's character is killed, his face looks like Pinhead from Hellraiser (1987). Chucky exclaims "Why Does That Look So Familliar?"
When Chucky decides to kill Chief Kincaid, he first picks up a ball-peen hammer, only to put it down when Tiffany remarks, "Predictable." In the original Child's Play (1988), Chucky kills his first victim by hitting her in the head with a ball-peen hammer and sending her flying out a window.
Body Count: 10.
According to the DVD's director commentary, Chucky was originally supposed to say to Chief Warren (John Ritter), "Sorry, Jack, but three's a crowd," after killing him. This joke refers to the fact that Ritter also starred as "Jack" in the hit TV sitcom Three's Company (1977). But at the last minute, the director deleted that out of the script because he found it too corny.

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