Film: Curse of Chucky
The sixth film, entitled Curse of Chucky, is a Direct-to-DVD sequel, with Don Mancini having directed it.
This film provides examples of:
- An Axe to Grind: It features axe-murdering.
- Asshole Victim: Barb and Ian who both border on this, especially Barb, as well as Jill and Officer Stanton.
- Bittersweet Ending: At the end Nica is declared criminally insane as no one believed her, Chucky is alive and comes back after Alice to possess her but it doesn't seem to work as six months later Chucky is sent to Andy Barclay by Tiffany, to presumably possess him, only for Andy to blow Chucky's head off with a shotgun.
- Deliberately Monochrome: The Flash Back, with the odd Splash of Color.
- Developing Doomed Characters: It takes a very long time for anything to happen.
- Earn Your Happy Ending: Andy Barclay of all characters as revealed.
- Eye Scream: Barb loses her eye.Chucky: You have your mother's eyes... And they were always too FUCKING CLOSE TOGETHER! (Proceeds to stab her in the eye).
- Final Girl: Nica, who ends up getting locked up for the murders committed by Chucky. However, she still finds satisfaction in surviving Chucky's reign of terror.
- Human Mail: Tiffany mails Chucky to Andy again.
- Imperiled in Pregnancy: A pre-doll transformation Charles Lee Ray is seen stabbing a pregnant woman to cripple her unborn daughter after she rejected his advances.
- Jaw Breaker: Ian dies by getting his jaw hacked off with an axe.
- Oh, Crap: Chucky gets a genuine shit-your-pants one during The Stinger.
- Pre-Mortem One-Liner:Andy: "Play with this."
- The Stinger: There's a post-credits scene in which Chucky is mailed to Andy...only to be greeted with a shotgun pointed at his head when he emerges from his box.
- Wham Shot: Chucky's rubber mask beginning to fall apart, revealing his still patched-up face.
- Villain Decay: Inverted. There's not much humour involving Chucky, the deaths are simplistic, brutal, and pragmatic. Chucky himself is also a lot more angry, violent, and sadistic than he was in any of the past films. While this could be explained out-of-story as attempting to drop some of the humor introduced in the previous entries, it can be explained in-story as Chucky having personal history with the family in question.