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Sex & Nudity


Two women have an affair. They make out, but are interrupted.

Jill gets undressed for video call with Barbie. Just bra and panties. No nudity. We later see her on the floor with her panties going up her bottom.

Violence & Gore


Not as gory as many other Chucky films, but slightly sadistic and very vicious, more so than other films in the series.

Murders and attacks with an knife or axe, resulting in fingers cut (onscreen), a jaw severed (onscreen), and eyeball cut out (offscreen, eyeball seen), a slit throat (onscreen, bloody), and knife wounds (gory). Only one very gory axe/knife killing, but lots of blood.

A person crashes a car and their head falls off their body with blood. Very gory.

A person is electrocuted. Some charred flesh seen. This is seen a few times.

A person is suffocated with a plastic bag. We do not see this happen, only the aftermath.

An attack on a pregnant woman results in a disabled child. Very disturbing and upsetting, but offscreen nonetheless.



14 F-words and some other profane words.


Drinking of wine at a dinner party.


This is by far the darkest of all the Child's Play films to this date.

The kills are very graphic and scary, and Chucky is very evil with no tone of comedy from the previous two entries.

The film has a very dark, gothic tone.

Total Content Advisory: 27/50- Not as explicitly gory as some of the other Chucky films, but very scary and vicious. 14+

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Rated R for bloody horror violence, and for language

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