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Win Child’s Play on DVD


To celebrate the digital, DVD and Blu-ray ™ release of Child’s Play we are offering you the chance to win a copy on DVD.

Chucky – the classic killer doll and horror icon – gets a 21st century upgrade in this critically acclaimed, razor-sharp horror-comedy. Gruesome, creepy, and with a great cast – including Mark Hamill as the voice of the Buddi doll Chucky – Child’s Play is bloody good fun and charged with electric, retro-cool.

For fans of old school slasher horror, Child’s Play is like a knife plunged straight into the nostalgic pleasure zones. But the all-new Child’s Play is wickedly smart too. Chucky gets an upgrade in every way possible. He’s hardwired with plenty of heart, and he’s fully smart and WiFi-ready, which takes the horror – and hilarity – into new tech-savvy territory.

When it’s funny, it’s very funny, and when it’s gruesome, it’s very, very gruesome. There’s creepy, knife-edge tension as director Lars Klevberg cranks up the scares, and gore- hounds will go crazy for some of the most inventive and gut- churning – not to mention gut spilling – set-pieces in modern horror.

Alan said the film was, “very funny and very gory, and if they give it a chance, fans will really dig the new Child’s Play and have a blast playing with Mark Hamill’s upgraded new Chucky.” You can read his full review here.

Child’s Play will be available on digital from 11th October and on Blu-ray™ /DVD from 21st October.

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Win Child’s Play on DVD

The updated horror stars Aubrey Plaza (Ingrid Goes West, FX’s Legion, Safety Not Guaranteed) as Karen, Emmy and Tony nominee Brian Tyree Henry (FX’s Atlanta, Widows, If Beale Street Could Talk) as Mike and Gabriel Bateman (Lights Out, CBS’s American Gothic) as Andy. Rounding out the cast are Beatrice Kitsos (Fox’s The Exorcist), Ty Consiglio (Wonder) and Carlease Burke (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle). Mark Hamill provides the voice of Chucky

Rising filmmaker Lars Klevberg (Polaroid) directed from Tyler Burton Smith’s (Kung Fury, Quantum Break video game) screenplay based on the original motion picture.

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