For what many fans consider the worst of the franchise, I didn't think it was half bad. Part of that may come from the fact that I always found the Child's Play films more goofy than scary, so the fact that writer/director Don Mancini decided to go full on self-parody doesn't bother me as badly as it did others. The highlights come from the various cameos sprinkled throughout the film, John Waters being my personal favorite. Props definitely have to go out to Jennifer Tilly for being up to self mockery, and she arguably brings out the film's best moments. The new character Glen/Glenda, voiced by Billy Boyd, also bring out the film's more unexpected moments, as the film follows his/her own self discovery with his/her gender identity. It's an unexpected subplot for a slasher flick, but that's part of the film's uniqueness among these self-parody horror films.