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The actress who plays Nica, Fiona Dourif is the real life daughter of Brad Dourif, who provides the voice of Chucky.
The knife Charles Lee Ray uses during the flashback sequence is the same knife Chucky uses throughout the first Child's Play movie.
According to Brad Dourif, he had to wear a wig and massive amounts of make up to make him look like he did in the original Child's Play (1988) movie. Lighting was also a huge factor.
Brad Dourif (the voice of Chucky) recorded all of his lines in less than a day.
This film was shot in 30 days.
First film in the series to be a direct-to-video-release.
First film in the series to have Charles Lee Ray in it since the original Child's Play (1988) movie.
The longest time in the series before Brad Dourif (As Chucky) speaks his first lines (44 minutes)
With a runtime of 97 minutes, it is the longest film in the series.
Don Mancini described this film as his first real horror film as a director, since Seed of Chucky (2004) was more of a comedy in his eyes.
First film in the series to be shot digitally, and not on film.
The makers had a practical joke at a bus stop to promote the film. A billboard of the movie's poster would light up and an actor dressed as Chucky would suddenly bust through the billboard and scare whoever was nearby.
This is the first time since Child's Play 3 to show Chucky communicating with a child.
At points during filming, Chucky's face had to be covered with tape because it legitimately scared the actress who played Alice.
Only four of the eight of Chucky's staple scars are unearthed in the attic scene that existed from Bride of Chucky. There are three more on his head and one on his right hand.
The scene where Chucky locks Alice in the closet and uses the F word, Alice tells Chucky to stop cursing, which his similar to Child's Play 3 where after his attempt to possess Tyler fails Chucky says The S word and Tyler tells him to stop swearing.
The film makes references to each of the previous movies, including Tiffany, Jennifer Tilly, the military academy, the Kincaids and the Barclays.
The first time Chucky tries to possess a female.
This film answers some questions about the background of Charles Lee Ray.
Nica's older sister Barb's full name is revealed to be Barbie, (like another famous doll) when Nica is calling to her from the bottom of the stairs.
The elevator in the house is similar to the one in the apartment complex in the original Childs Play. Homage to first film.
When Nica and Jiil are discussing where the doll came from. Jill says that she doesn't care if Chucky came from the Manson family, According to Don Mancicni Chucky's full name Charles Lee Ray came from three real life killers, Charles Manson, Lee Harvey Oswald, and James Earl Ray,
The scene where Alice catches a glimpse of Chucky running is similar to the original Child's Play where Maggie sees the same thing.
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Amelia Jackson-Gray and Jacinta Yelland auditioned for the role of Nica.
When production was first announced, Scott Patterson was strongly rumored to have a role in this film, but nothing ever surfaced.
The scene where Barbie scolds Alice for swearing is similar to the original film where Karen confronts Andy after thinking he was saying something terrible about Maggie Peterson's death.
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when Barb is putting Alice to bed it is similar to the original film when Karen is putting Andy to bed.
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This marks the first time that a child does not realize that Chucky is evil.
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Spoilers 

The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

During the scene after the credits in Andy's apartment, a photo of Kyle, the woman who helps defeat Chucky from Childs Play 2, can be seen next to a certificate from the military school Andy attended in Childs Play 3 and next to that is the original photo of Andy and his mother from the first movie.
This marks the return of original protaganist Andy Barclay. Alex Vincent played Andy in Child's Play and Child's Play 2. He was featured in archive footage in Child's Play 3 as a child, but portrayed as a teenager in that film by Justin Whalin. Andy is referenced in the beginning of Bride of Chucky in a newspaper article and referenced in commentary by Chucky in Seed of Chucky.
Though not seen, Andy's mother is mentioned by Andy and it is assumed she is either married or in a relationship with Mike Norris, who is also mentioned. It is also implied that Karen got cleared between the second film and this one.
For the final scene between Chucky and Alice, Summer H. Howell was so scared of the scarred Chucky puppet, that the one without the scars had to be used. The scars were later digitally added.
The original Rated version of the film (which also serves as the TV edition) marks the only time in the entire series that Chucky is alive at the end of the movie. In all previous films Chucky was always dispatched by his adversaries in the finale. However the Unrated Cut includes an extra scene after the credits. In the post-credits scene (which is set 6 months after the canonical ending) the events are retconned and the tradition is maintained.
This movie has several moments that pay homage to the original Child's Play film one being that when Nica cuts his head off Chucky's body reassembles himself and he begins to attack again. Also the final scenes with Chucky and Alice, the scene with the police officer and Tiffany, etc.
When Jill is being electrocuted, the burning that takes place on her face is around her right eye- mirroring the damage Chucky had shown around his in the previous two films; then later in this film, when it's discovered that this "new & clean" Chucky doll has used prosthetics to cover the damage he's incurred over the film series.

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