Kid's Chucky Halloween Costume
This officially licensed Kids Chucky Halloween costume is for the first time available in a toddler size!
Perfect for Halloween, costume parties, or dress up around the house it’s sure to bring laughs from the grownups and provide hours of fun for children. Give your child the freedom to run wild with their imagination and sport this fun, thrilling and fade-resistant costume!
- 100% polyester
- Romper has metal snaps at center back
- All-over Faux Real printed graphics
- Officially licensed
- Romper (Design Size is 9′ x 13″)
Type of Material:
Our Chucky Halloween costume is made from stretchy, durable material that snaps down the back of the costume for easy on and off.
This Chucky Toddler Halloween costume is also comfortable enough for everyday wear!
Child’s Play is an American horror franchise that comprises of eight slasher films created by Don Mancini. The films mainly focus on Chucky, a notorious serial killer who frequently escapes death by performing a voodoo ritual to transfer his soul into a “Good Guys” doll.
Child’s Play (1988)
Child’s Play is the first and only in the series to be distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists (until Seed of Chucky which is distributed by Rogue) before the franchise was sold by Universal Pictures. The film is directed by Tom Holland, written by Holland, John Lafia, and Don Mancini, and starring Catherine Hicks, Chris Sarandon, Alex Vincent, and Brad Dourif.
The film was released on November 9, 1988. Set in 1988, a serial killer and voodoo practitioner named Charles Lee “Chucky” Ray is mortally wounded and transfers his soul via a voodoo ritual into a child-sized “Good Guys” doll. The doll is found by a homeless peddler and sold to Karen Barclay, who gives it to her son Andy as a birthday gift.
As time goes on Chucky has to get his soul out of the doll before it turns human and the transfer becomes permanent, and thus has to possess the first person he told his secret to—Andy. Desperate to leave his doll body, Chucky terrorizes the Barclays in order to restore his soul.
Child’s Play 2 (1990)
Child’s Play 2 is the second film in the series and the first film distributed by Universal Pictures. The film is directed by John Lafia and written by Mancini. Vincent and Dourif reprise their roles as Andy Barclay and the voice of Chucky respectively. The film was released on November 9, 1990.
The movie takes place in 1990, two years after the events of the first film. While Andy is living in foster care, the doll’s manufacturer has taken a positive corporate stance and remade it to prove there is nothing wrong with the Good Guys brand.
After a freak electrical malfunction brings Chucky back to life in a new Good Guys doll, he continues to follow Andy in order to transfer his soul from his doll body before it will once again become his permanent form.
Child’s Play 3 (1991)
Child’s Play 3, also known as Child’s Play 3: Look Who’s Stalking!, is the third film in the series, and the last film to be titled as Child’s Play, before the title changed as Chucky. The film is directed by Jack Bender, written by Mancini, and had Dourif reprise once again his role as Chucky, while Alex Vincent was replaced as Andy Barclay by Justin Whalin as an older version of Andy and a supporting cast of Perrey Reeves and Jeremy Sylvers.
The film was released on August 20, 1991. Set in 1998, eight years after the events of the second film, the Good Guys factory has re-opened after the negative publicity, and as Chucky’s remains are removed, some blood from his destroyed human-doll body drips into a vat of melted plastic used to re-mould the Good Guys line.
Chucky returns in a new body, going on a hunt for the now 16-year-old Andy Barclay, who has left to attend a military academy after the results of the first two films. While attempting to reach Andy, Chucky finds a new boy, Ronald Tyler, who he shares his “secret” with. With a new “Good Guys” doll body brings the possibility of possessing a new human body, and Chucky attempts to restore his soul to human form through Tyler as Andy attempts to stop the killer Good Guys doll once and for all.
Bride of Chucky (1998)
The film picks up a month after the events of Child’s Play 3. Unlike the first three films, this film focuses entirely on Chucky and Tiffany. Charles Lee Ray’s former girlfriend and his accomplice, Tiffany, acquires Chucky’s remains, stitches them together and via a voodoo ritual revives Charles Lee Ray, albeit in a much different form.
Chucky kills Tiffany, transferring her soul into a bride doll, and the two maniacs force a young couple, Jesse and Jade (Nick Stabile and Katherine Heigl), to bring them to Ray’s grave, where Chucky plans to use a voodoo amulet to finally get a new body. In the end, the Tiffany doll gives birth to a new form of life (Glen/Glenda) as it flies out of a now dead Tiffany and attacks a detective. No one knows whether the detective is dead or alive as the screen cuts to black and closing credits roll.
Seed of Chucky (2004)
Seed of Chucky is the fifth installment, and the first film other than the original Child’s Play not to be distributed by Universal Pictures. Chucky and Tiffany’s child Glen finds his parents six years later, in 2004, and brings them back to life, but is horrified by their murders.
Chucky and Tiffany force a pregnancy on actress Jennifer Tilly, which is accelerated by voodoo magic. Glen suffers a split personality disorder, having both a male and female soul in his/her body, and dismembers his father. Tiffany uses the ritual to take over Tilly’s body and as Tilly bears twins, Glen’s dual personality now has a body each of its own. In an epilogue set five years later, in 2009, one of Chucky’s severed arms is mailed to the home of his family, where it attacks the now-human Glen.
Curse of Chucky (2013)
Curse of Chucky is the first direct-to-video film in the series and the sixth installment. In 2013, nine years after the events of the fifth film and four years after its epilogue, Chucky is delivered to the family home of Nica and Sarah Pierce, where Chucky terrorizes and kills the family one by one.
Chucky is driven by revenge, as Sarah was the one who called the police on him while he was still human, leading to his original death in the first film by detective Mike Norris and responsible for Nica’s disability. Nica survives, but is institutionalized, and blamed for the murders.
Chucky is collected by Tiffany, who delivers him to Alice. Chucky successfully transfers his soul into Alice’s body which will be explained in Cult of Chucky; as he does the soul ritual the camera moves to reveal Alice’s grandmother emerging from the basement, with a plastic bag around her head, slowly dying.
Six months later, Chucky is mailed to his next victim, who just so happens to be none other than his longtime original nemesis from the original first three films, Andy Barclay, who points a shotgun at Chucky and shoots him through the head.
Cult of Chucky (2017)
The second direct-to-video film and seventh installment in the franchise, it is set in 2017, four years after Curse of Chucky. Chucky returns to terrorize Nica at the mental institution where she is admitted.
Chucky goes on yet another murderous rampage, killing disbelieving employees and tenants at the institution with various dramatic tricks. When a now vigilante Andy Barclay figures out Chucky’s plan, he breaks into the institution in an attempt to disarm his newly created voodoo plot. But in the end, Nica ends up being possessed by Chucky, which causes her to gain the ability to walk and leaves with Tiffany.
Child’s Play (2019)
The 2019 version of the film is a remake of the 1988 film, putting a modern spin on the origin story of Chucky. Rather than a Good Guys doll taking on the soul of a dead serial killer, this Chucky is a piece of rogue AI (a “Buddi” doll with the ability to control all the technology in a house remotely via the cloud) who becomes self-aware and violent after a disgruntled sweatshop employee disables all of his safety features as an act of spite.
Andy Barclay is now portrayed as a 13-year old boy living with his mother Karen in a new apartment building in Chicago, who, while less enthusiastic about the toy than in the original, finds use in him as a tool to scare his mother’s detestable boyfriend, if nothing else.
While using the Buddi Chucky having fun with his new friends Falyn and Pugg, it attaches itself to Andy at the hip, and with his violence inhibitors turned off, begins to kill those Andy dislikes (starting with the family cat, Mickey Rooney, who hurt Andy by scratching him).
Once the doll murders his mother’s boyfriend and delivers his skinned face to Andy’s room, he realizes it is evil and has to be destroyed – but Buddi proves much easier to find than to lose. With no one believing his story about the doll turning evil, Andy has to take on Chucky himself and stop his murderous rampage in its tracks.
Charles Lee “Chucky” Ray is a fictional character and the main antagonist of the Child’s Play slasher film franchise. Chucky is portrayed as a notorious serial killer whose spirit inhabits a “Good Guys” doll and continuously tries to transfer his soul from the doll to a human body.
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