She turns to see Chucky on the shelf behind her. She notices something on his face and begins to peel strips of latex, revealing scars underneath. She puts her finger to his mouth to remove another strip, finally causing Chucky to come to life and bite her.
Curse of Chucky, also known as Child’s Play 6: Curse of Chucky, is a 2013 American horror film and the sixth installment in the Child’s Play series.
Tiffany sews Chucky back together and uses the book Voodoo for Dummies to revive him; When he gets up, she says she’s been looking for him for ten years. This means that the events of Bride and CP3 happened back-to-back and both films took place in 1998.
Over the course of eight films, Chucky has undergone several physical changes and transformations. The doll has been burned, melted, rebuilt, and duplicated, and its altered appearance has been caused by everything from body repairs to soul transplants.
Andy turns out to have Chucky’s head, which is still conscious and deformed after being repeatedly tortured by Andy in retaliation for his crimes.
With the new information that Chucky’s long-awaited backstory offers for Charles Lee Ray, coupled with the doll’s eventual durability, Chucky is officially a 64-year-old soul hiding behind an eternally youthful visage as of 2021.
Claw-Chucky explains that he has learned a new voodoo spell that allows him to split his soul into multiple bodies. Chucky explains that he successfully possessed Alice and went on a killing spree inside Alice’s body. But one of Alice’s victims fought back and killed her, forcing him back into the doll bodies.
Jake is a fourteen year old artist living with his alcoholic father in Hackensack, New Jersey. One day, while shopping at a flea market, Jake comes across a Good Guy doll that he buys from Mrs. Jolly to use in his doll parts sculpture.