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Chucky: Life Size Vinyl Doll Pre Order £309.99

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Sideshow's new Chucky is from the 'Seed of Chucky' and is modelled in life-size and is true to the real film-used puppet, accurate down to the "Made in Japan" (actual SS2921 is made in China) tag of the original
This is Chucky at his most horrific, scarred and bloody and not at all innocent looking any longer!
Chucky was created using castings made by Alterian Studios for the real Chucky puppet and has been faithfully reproduced in high quality vinyl
The figure is articulated to allow for generous movement in the head and arms and allows standing and sitting positions
Chucky has 'real' hair and is dressed in a perfect reproduction of his movie costume
Life-size Chucky is the perfect menace for home or office
Chucky does not include a knife accessory
Size Approx. 28" (711mm)
Description

Serial killer Charles Lee Ray, the Lakeshore Strangler nicknamed 'Chucky' used voodoo to transfer his soul into a child's doll after being mortally wounded by the Police. Chucky searches for a new human victim to possess but when his attempts repeatedly fail, his rage is too much to contain. Taking advantage of his seemingly harmless doll body, Chucky runs amuck on a murderous rampage killing anyone who crosses his path. Chuckey's diabolical adventures continue in 'Seed of Chucky' and then into 'Bride of Chucky'.
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[Holiday Pirates]#1
is it just me, or does anyone else think this is sick?
#2
I think chucky gave me enough nightmares as a kid, im not about to go out and buy a lifesize version of him!!
#3
Deal of the Day! :-D
#4
Personally I can't see the appeal either, especially for over £300.
#5
Just wonderin'... why do you think it's 'sick', Stacey?
#6
Wouldn't say £309.99 was a good deal for a doll.:w00t:
#7
Great prezzie for the mother in law who thinks she's seen it all :whistling:
#8
Well if I had that kind of money to spunk I would get it. :-D
[Holiday Pirates]#9
AmandaRose
Just wonderin'... why do you think it's 'sick', Stacey?


Well its hardly normal is it? I cant really see the obsession in blood curdling murdering psycho toddlers!!
#10
StaceyAKelly
Well its hardly normal is it? I cant really see the obsession in blood curdling murdering psycho toddlers!!


And then you have a baby which turns into one at bedtime :p
#11
http://www.angrytomatoes.co.uk/acatalog/info_CI_CHUCK1.html
banned#12
StaceyAKelly;1713621
Well its hardly normal is it? I cant really see the obsession in blood curdling murdering psycho toddlers!!


What about Bratz dolls which are basically young girls dressed as hookers?
#13
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/0530570iAE63UC145237X.jpg

Think this one is much more scary (and costs less):p
#14
ooh how creepy wouldn't want one of those sat on end of a bed, my little ones tiny tears doll gives me the creeps and thats nowt compared to chucky:oops:
banned#15
Great! this will go nicely with my full size "ting tong" doll!
#16
I find this Offensive and it makes me feel sick, bad just bad
#17
SHOWMAN36
Great! this will go nicely with my full size "ting tong" doll!


Haven't you sent it back yet "Mr Dudddley" :oops:
banned#18
big-boy;1713760
Haven't you sent it back yet "Mr Dudddley" :oops:


No, she's cooking me chinese as we speak.
#19
My names chucky, wanna play!!!!!!

Voted hot, hot, hot
#20
that is awesome, i totally want one, just wouldn't pay that much for it, voted hot.
#21
Sick! I know it wasn't just to blame, but when ever I see anything to do with this I can't help but think of Jon Thompson and Robert Venables watching it and acting it out!!
#22
SHOWMAN36;1713821
No, she's cooking me chinese as we speak.

Would have thought she'd be better at cooking Thai.
#23
Why would anyone want to spend this much money on something so ridiculous??!
#24
My OH would love this, lol but not for that price
#25
Eww that doll looks more horrific than Chucky - I guess to get the perfect effects on that doll you will have to get a flame thrower and burn it.... then get some tomato ketchup (for the blood effect of course)

I think some barb wire and a needle for the scars and there you go doll ala chucky :P

I also thought about using a shot gun on it as well..... the multiple bullet fractures will make it all that appealing..........

HOLLYWOOD here I come :P
#26
Anyone who thinks Chucky/Childsplay was even partly to blame for what happened to James Bulger is misinformed. Probably by The Sun.

Despite the reactionary banning of the film, it wasn't even Childsplay that was found in, I think it was, Robert Venables home. And let's not forget that atrocities have always occured -sometimes perpetrated by children - throughout history before horror films were touted as an influence or 'to blame'.

Personally, I'd not want the doll because I wasn't a fan of the franchise - the premise was always too comical for me to take seriously. But I don't think it's 'sick' and, infact, it could be argued that adults who enjoy horror films and exploring their 'dark side' (we *all* have one whether you like to admit it or not!) safely are probably healthier than those who choose to try and repress everything for fear of not appearing 'normal'.

OUt of interest, I have two children aged 13 and 10 (my 13 year old was a baby as I read the book on the bulger case written by the main detective on the case and I cried buckets). They've both been exposed to horror with me, and it's been a platform for talking about lots of issues (whether something is real or not, whether something is right or not, etc). As a connected aside, the same applies to 18 rated videogames they play. I suppose the bottom line is there's no replacement for responsible parenting, and the bbfc is in place to protect the vulnerable from exposure to things that maybe disturbing...

I could be considered biased as I work for a horror film festival, but in all honesty the fans that attended the festival each year are some of the most intelligent, tolerant and kind people you could wish to meet.
#27
AmandaRose
Anyone who thinks Chucky/Childsplay was even partly to blame for what happened to James Bulger is misinformed. Probably by The Sun.

Despite the reactionary banning of the film, it wasn't even Childsplay that was found in, I think it was, Robert Venables home. And let's not forget that atrocities have always occured -sometimes perpetrated by children - throughout history before horror films were touted as an influence or 'to blame'.

Personally, I'd not want the doll because I wasn't a fan of the franchise - the premise was always too comical for me to take seriously. But I don't think it's 'sick' and, infact, it could be argued that adults who enjoy horror films and exploring their 'dark side' (we *all* have one whether you like to admit it or not!) safely are probably healthier than those who choose to try and repress everything for fear of not appearing 'normal'.

OUt of interest, I have two children aged 13 and 10 (my 13 year old was a baby as I read the book on the bulger case written by the main detective on the case and I cried buckets). They've both been exposed to horror with me, and it's been a platform for talking about lots of issues (whether something is real or not, whether something is right or not, etc). As a connected aside, the same applies to 18 rated videogames they play. I suppose the bottom line is there's no replacement for responsible parenting, and the bbfc is in place to protect the vulnerable from exposure to things that maybe disturbing...

I could be considered biased as I work for a horror film festival, but in all honesty the fans that attended the festival each year are some of the most intelligent, tolerant and kind people you could wish to meet.


Excellent point - common sense dictates :thumbsup:

This is CLEARLY aimed at adults (£300 price tag), it's no different to those who buy momento's from world disasters, i.e: bomb blasts, plane crashes, berlin wall bits, 911 tower bits etc.
#28
N20Y1D
What about Bratz dolls which are basically young girls dressed as hookers?



Hilarious :giggle:
#29
Dont **** with the chuck
#30
[QUOTE=AmandaRose]Anyone who thinks Chucky/Childsplay was even partly to blame for what happened to James Bulger is misinformed. Probably by The Sun.

No definately not a Sun reader. I researched it as part of my degree. From memory (and correct me if I'm wrong as it was a long time ago) the similarities to what they did to james and what was in the film were uncanny. I believe one of the parents had hired the film a few weeks before. I agree that it's not the films fault and that it is down to irresponsible parenting. Have no problem in horror fims but this one just stirs up those images of what happened.
Also really hate it when ex police officers write about famous cases. I would hope that the parents were supporting him. What happened to confidentiality??
1 Like #31
Stick this in a pushchair, add your average 15 year old mother of two, dump them in a housing benefits queue with a bottle of Lambrini and 20 Dorchester fags and you can create a scene of normality in society today.
banned#32
RetroFuture;1714352
Stick this in a pushchair, add your average 15 year old mother of two, dump them in a housing benefits queue with a bottle of Lambrini and 20 Dorchester fags and you can create a scene of normality in society today.


2 Bottles of Lambrini if you please we are binge drinkers after all!
#33
wookiemummy;1714342
[quote=AmandaRose;1714240]Anyone who thinks Chucky/Childsplay was even partly to blame for what happened to James Bulger is misinformed. Probably by The Sun.

No definately not a Sun reader. I researched it as part of my degree. From memory (and correct me if I'm wrong as it was a long time ago) the similarities to what they did to james and what was in the film were uncanny. I believe one of the parents had hired the film a few weeks before. I agree that it's not the films fault and that it is down to irresponsible parenting. Have no problem in horror fims but this one just stirs up those images of what happened.
Also really hate it when ex police officers write about famous cases. I would hope that the parents were supporting him. What happened to confidentiality??


You're wrong. (Well you said to correct you!)

[FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]The incident that triggered the media witch hunt started when the judge at the trial made an off-the-cuff remark after passing sentence, saying "Whilst there has been no actual evidence of this, I suspect that exposure to violent movies had something to do with your actions". Eager to cash in on the publics shock and disgust at this case, the press had a field day and quickly began hunting round the local video shops to see what films had been rented out by the two boys parents.

[/SIZE][/FONT] [FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]For some reason, the tabloid press started publishing articles about horror films, in particular the film "Child's Play 3" claiming that the stepfather of one of the two boys had rented it just prior to the murder, and quickly began scapegoating this film as being the reason behind their actions.

[/SIZE][/FONT] [FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]However, it was revealed soonafter on the BBC news that neither child had actually seen the film, the police even went public and confirmed this. Merseyside Police Inspector Ray Simpson was even quoted in "The Guardian" newspaper that they had [/SIZE][/FONT][FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]"looked at all the videos in their houses and checked their lists of rentals from the shop. We did not find Child's Play 3, nor did we find anything in the list that could have encouraged them to do what they did. If you are going to link this murder to a film, you might as well link it to The Railway Children".[/SIZE][/FONT]
#34
Voted hot, think it's great. I don't have that money to splash but if I did I'd certainly buy one. I'm not sick I just liked the original trilogy.
#35
It's a good item for a collector or a fan, but £310 is ridiculous for what at the end of the day is a doll.
#36
I've always wanted to get the actual good guy doll and give it to a mate at their kids birthday. Why can't they do one of them.
Plus this deal on play says you are saving £240 on the RRP

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