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Chucky is back! Curse of Chucky returned to the style of psychological horror in the first film whilst continuing the chronology of the franchise. In this installment, Chucky was delivered to a dysfunctional family and began to wreck havoc for his 25 year grudge. I enjoyed the Curse of Chucky, I loved how the actors from the previous films all returned or at least made a cameo. The idea of having a paraplegic heroine was rather fun, it actually was quite painful to watch as our heroine had to fight to survive despite the pain. Such a shame that it was directed to video because it had such a great premise. Fans of Child's play would not be disappointed.
The father of Scary Movie. Student body was a little gem that I actually enjoyed. I loved the little gags that makes you giggle. The acting was relatively rubbish, but Melbert was simply outstanding in his role. This film is really underrated, I thought it was very clever with lots of movie parodies and pop culture references. The elements in the film were later copied by the more popular slasher- Scream.
Enjoyable at times but overall felt short. Looney Tunes: Back in Action relied on pop culture reference, one liners and slapstick to appeal to the audience. The CGIs were terrible and the acting by Fraser felt wooden and forced. Good for children but adults may find this being dull.
A little bit too long and slow paced than my liking. Trauma contains a lot of influence from the American culture but didn't have a good execution. I cringed during the elevator decapitation scene, Dario should have never attempted with CGI. Otherwise Asia Argento's performance was superb in this film.