Child’s Play Season Finale

There were laughs, there was bloodshed, there was an animated crass little doll AND his gross offspring. This season was a rollercoaster of the highest of cinematic highs and the lowest of lows, both of which involved Jennifer Tilly. Read our blog for episode extras, including photos of the Not Quite Dead girls’ very own voodoo dolls!

Vodou Factoids

Use these links as a springboard to learn more about the rich, storied history of Haitian Vodou.

  • Learn more about the Haitian Revolution.
  • As it turns out, Damballa would have hated Chucky.
  • Apparently it’s only a measly $10k for a spiritual marriage ceremony these days.
  • The right reason for using a violent voodoo doll is for aggression therapy. Who knew?

Voodoo Dolls

We followed the more traditional model of voodoo dolls used for healing and positivity, rather than the more sadistic, American horror-movie fashion most often portrayed. Megan crafted a Cate doll with heart pins, and Cate sewed a Megan doll with heart and star pins.

Movie Rankings

Megan’s Rankings

  1. Child’s Play (1988)
  2. Bride of Chucky
  3. Child’s Play 2
  4. Child’s Play 3
  5. Curse of Chucky
  6. Child’s Play (2019)
  7. Cult of Chucky
  8. Seed of Chucky

Cate’s Rankings

  1. Bride of Chucky
  2. Child’s Play (1988)
  3. Child’s Play (2019)
  4. Child’s Play 2 
  5. Curse of Chucky
  6. Cult of Chucky 
  7. Child’s Play 3 
  8. Seed of Chucky

Edited by Megan Prior-Pfeifer and Cate Smith. Music by Zach Pfeifer.

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