Six years after the events of 'Bride Of Chucky', Glen, the gender-confused child of Chucky and Tiffany, is desperate to find and get to know his parents and escape his life of embarrassment and abuse serving as a ventriloquist's dummy. After escaping his captor, Glen tracks his evil parents to Hollywood, where they are being used as dummies in one of actress Jennifer Tilly's films. Then Glen, using the Heart of Damballa amulet, manages to resurrect Chucky and Tiffany, who are both shocked at their ability to procreate. Typical of the two, they argue over whether Glen is a boy or a girl, due to his lack of genitals. Chucky decides to raise him as a boy in his own image, but Tiffany decides to label him a girl and bestow the name Glenda upon him. From there, the family dynamics are far from perfect as Chucky and Tiffany go on a spree of murderous mayhem, turning their attention to Jennifer Tilly and director Redman, whom she desperately wants to work with on a new project. However, unbeknownst to Jennifer, she is about to become hostess to this new family in more ways than one...

Matt: Heading into this one, I really wasn't sure what to expect. Given the way Part 4 ended, I assumed we would see something of a continuation of that storyline, but boy was I wrong. A gender confused son? Hollywood? What kind of weed was Don Mancini smoking when he wrote the script on this one? This movie was absolutely horrible in every way, shape, and form, and shouldn't even be categorized as a horror film. The acting was just as atrocious, and not even Brad Dourif as Chucky could save the day. So many scenes were just too absurd to even merit a mention, including an infamous bathroom scene where a photographer gets a snapshot of Chucky in a precarious position. God Bless the little people? I think not. I think even the "little people" were running for the exits on that one. The only good thing to come out of this film (no pun intended) was that it seemed to usher the horror genre out of the comedy/parody phase and into the shock-and-awe, reality phase with films like 'Saw' and 'Hatchet', among others. 1 out of 10, and I struggled to even give it that.

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