Set several years after the second film's events (yet only released a year later), teenager Andy (Justin Whalin) has now started military school (it seems to be the thing for young, troubled, disowned or orphaned movie teens - see "The Omen 2"). Although his past has not forgotten him he finds, when Chucky turns up in yet another brand new Good Guys body, thanks again to that pesky manufacturer for continuing to reboot the same disastrous doll over and over again!
However, after engaging his brain this time, it dawns on Chucky that he doesn't have to target only Andy and despite the fact that he's a fully grown man in a doll's body, he seems to have a creepy penchant for child victims, and so instead targets a little kid called Ronald Tyler (Jeremy Sylvers).
A pretty dull film up until the climatic ending, this sequel is really an exercise in bullying in military academies.
A funfair, however, adds a little bit of excitement and a good setting for Chucky's battle against Andy on familiar grounds.
The props & animation are, as usual, excellent. And the acting is all pretty good, but a dull script and schlocky one-liners (even for a Chucky movie) mar the film.
In my opinion, the weaker of the sequels, and yes that does include "Seed of Chucky"...
[Image: Universal Pictures]