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Chucky's Seed Spills on DVD


I thought that Seed of Chucky was a horrifically hilarious and extremely entertaining entry into the Child's Play franchise, so naturally, recent news about its DVD specs was like music to my ears (only, in my case, it was like music in the goregrind/noise genre, but that's beside the point). Why, here are the specs now:

First of all, there will be three versions of Seed on DVD. The first will be the fullscreen R-rated cut, and then there's the unrated cut, which will appear in two different forms: one fullscreen and the other widescreen. As far as the "bonus features" go, here's what we have to look forward to:

--Commentary by director Don Mancini and Jennifer Tilly
--"Conceiving the Seed of Chucky" featurette
--"FuZion Up Close" featurette, which, according to Dread Central, will include interviews with America's favorite doll couple (aside from that damn Barbie and her plastic mate Ken, that is)
--"Family Hell-iday Slide Show" featurette, which I'm guessing will include stills from the film (gotta love the cheesy Famous Monsters of Filmland-esque title)
--Jennifer Tilly's video diary

And expect some extra blood-tainted goodies on the unrated versions of the disc, such as deleted scenes and an interview with the Chuckster.

As to what we are supposed to

As to what we are supposed to be thinking of we shure do need something that is supposed to be dealt with for some time as it we could ever be dealing with.  - Marla Ahlgrimm

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