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Official Trailer for Cult Of Chucky Wants to Play

"I was six, my babysitter was murdered." The Good Guys doll with a mean streak returns to stalk the halls of a psychiatric hospital in the official trailer for Don Mancini's Cult of Chucky, featuring a few familiar faces from the franchise.

Universal Pictures Home Entertainment will release Cult of Chucky on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD on October 3rd:

Press Release: Universal City, California, June 29, 2017 – Fans of the world’s most demonic doll are in for another blood-spattered treat as Chucky continues his reign of terror behind the locked doors of an insane asylum in Cult of Chucky, coming to Blu-ray™, DVD, Digital and On Demand on October 3, 2017, from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. The most terrifying unrated chapter yet of the Child’s Play saga reunites franchise creators Don Mancini and David Kirschner with the iconic cast in a twisted tale of terror that will outstrip audiences’ wildest expectations.
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Watch the Announcement Trailer for New Child’S Play Movie Cult Of Chucky

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The world's deadliest Good Guys doll will return in Cult of Chucky, the seventh movie in the Child's Play series. Directed by Don Mancini and featuring the return of franchise stars Fiona Dourif, Alex Vincent, Jennifer Tilly, and Brad Dourif, Cult of Chucky begins production on January 9th and is teased in official plot details and a new teaser trailer that you can watch right now.

Cult of Chucky is slated for a fall 2017 release on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. Below, we have the official press release with full details and the new teaser trailer.

Press Release: Universal City, Calif., Jan. 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Cult of Chucky, an all-new spellbinding chapter of the Child's Play thriller franchise, begins principal photography in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, on January 9, 2017. The seventh film in the blockbuster series will be released in a bone-chilling Unrated Version on Blu-ray
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Brittney-Jade Colangelo’s Five Totally Unnecessary Horror Sequels

It has been said that there’s never too much of a good thing, but I think this rule doesn’t apply for films. Sequels are supposed to exist to further an already existing storyline, but I think a lot of people in the movie making industry have forgotten that rule in place of trying to milk a cash cow dry. Is it necessary for there to have been 12 sequels to the original The Land Before Time? No, but as long as your children like talking cartoon dinosaurs to teach them about friendship and mortality, you can bet your ass those films are going to continue selling like hotcakes.

Sometimes, we get lucky, and unnecessary remakes like Aliens show up and actually contribute to the success of the original. However, for every successful sequel, there’s guaranteed to be about 10 direct-to-dvd nightmares that make us want to cleanse our memories
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'General Hospital' Star John Ingle Dies

'General Hospital' Star John Ingle Dies
TV star John Ingle -- who was best known for portraying family patriarch Edward Quartermaine on General Hospital for two decades -- lost his battle with cancer on Sunday. He was 84. 

The actor's family confirmed Ingle's death Monday in a Facebook posting. "Father, Husband, Grandan, Great Grandan, Brother, Uncle, Friend, Teacher, Inspirer, Mentor: May You Soar with the Angels. You will forever hold a special place in the deepest corners of our hearts," the message read.

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The executive producer of General Hospital, Frank Valentini, tweeted his reaction. "With great sadness, I share the news of John Ingle's passing. We love him and will miss him. John will always be a part of the #Gh family."

Although well-known for his work on General Hospital -- which he continued until recently -- Ingle also starred on the soap drama Days of Our Lives from 2004-2006. He also appeared in countless other TV
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Kenneth Mars obituary

American actor known for his comic roles in the films of Mel Brooks

Kenneth Mars, who has died aged 75 from pancreatic cancer, was cherished by audiences for his unhinged comic performances in two of the writer-director Mel Brooks's finest and funniest movies, The Producers (1968) and Young Frankenstein (1974). Along with performers including Gene Wilder, Madeline Kahn and Cloris Leachman, he created some of the most sublimely silly moments in Us film comedy.

For all that, he longed for his acting range to be recognised. Asked in 2001 what he would change about the perception of himself, he replied: "That I am only a comedic actor – I would like to be considered for more dramatic roles." Small wonder, then, that he cited as his favourite among his own work the little-seen 1971 drama Desperate Characters, in which he appeared opposite Shirley MacLaine and gave what the critic Roger Ebert called "a deeply felt,
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Kenneth Mars obituary

American actor known for his comic roles in the films of Mel Brooks

Kenneth Mars, who has died aged 75 from pancreatic cancer, was cherished by audiences for his unhinged comic performances in two of the writer-director Mel Brooks's finest and funniest movies, The Producers (1968) and Young Frankenstein (1974). Along with performers including Gene Wilder, Madeline Kahn and Cloris Leachman, he created some of the most sublimely silly moments in Us film comedy.

For all that, he longed for his acting range to be recognised. Asked in 2001 what he would change about the perception of himself, he replied: "That I am only a comedic actor – I would like to be considered for more dramatic roles." Small wonder, then, that he cited as his favourite among his own work the little-seen 1971 drama Desperate Characters, in which he appeared opposite Shirley MacLaine and gave what the critic Roger Ebert called "a deeply felt,
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Character Actor Kenneth Mars Dead At 75

One of the greatest character actors, Kenneth Mars, has sadly passed away according to the Associated Press.

Kenneth Mars, a Mel Brooks collaborator who played a Hitler-worshipping playwright in “The Producers” and an earnest police inspector with a malfunctioning artificial arm in “Young Frankenstein,” has died. He was 75. In a statement Monday, Mars family said the actor died Saturday of pancreatic cancer at his home in Grenada Hills.

In Brooks’ 1968 romp “The Producers,” Mars co-starred as Franz Liebkind, a Nazi enthusiast whose play, “Springtime for Hitler,” is the basis for a scheme by two conniving showmen (Zero Mostel and Gene Wilder) to bilk investors by putting on a surefire Broadway flop.

Brooks cast Mars again in 1974′s “Young Frankenstein” as the constable poking around the castle grounds on the trail of mad scientist Wilder’s monster.

In both films, the Chicago-born Mars demonstrated his talent for vocal farce, lending over-the-top German accents to the characters.
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