Possessed doll and recurring subject of childhood nightmares, will return to his twisted ways in his latest film Cult of Chucky. Coinciding with Sydney Underground Film Festival, the film's premiere will be screened free of charge, at the stroke of midnight on Saturday, September 16, at Marrickville's The Factory Theatre.
With his grotesque appearance and slightly murderous tendencies, the supernatural serial killer quickly made it into the ranks of Hollywood's most feared film characters, alongside the likes of Freddy Krueger and Leatherface. Chucky's first appearance was in Child's Play nearly 30 years ago, and since then he has been the subject of six sequels. With more inventive killing techniques and an increasing body count, this one's for the horror buffs.
Sydney Underground Film Festival is the city's largest festival celebrating bizarre, audacious and controversial visual works will screen over 100 films, running from September 14 to 17.