The trailer for SYFY/USA’s ‘Chucky’ TV series has been released as part of ‘The Legacy of Chucky’ ComicCon@Home featurette. Coming to SYFY this Halloween.
David Kohlsmith will play a very young Charles Lee Ray in the upcoming SYFY and USA’s Chucky series.
Brad Dourif played Charles Lee Ray in the debut film, which opened with the killer being chased down and eventually shot in the middle of a toy store. Using voodoo magic, Ray finds himself trapped in the body of a doll, giving birth to Chucky and several Child’s Play sequels.
The series is set to premiere on SYFY & USA on October 12, 2021.
The first look image and teaser for SYFY/USA’s ‘Chucky’ TV series has been released by Entertainment Weekly.
The cast for SYFY/USA’s Chucky series continues to grow, with SYFY reporting today actress Lexa Doig is the latest to join the franchise.
Doig is playing a character named Bree Webber.
Fiona Dourif will reprise her role of Nica on the upcoming USA and Syfy horror show Chucky, a continuation of the Child’s Play killer doll franchise.
“Chucky gets a lot more takes than anyone else does”
Interview by Jay Kay (Host of Horror Happens radio show).
With the latest incarnation of HORROR CHANNEL’S FRIGHTFEST ready to consume and infect on London August 25th through 29th , the DISCOVERY STAGE will showcase a variety of genre features that continue to rule the film festival circuit! A part of that group of selected films and filmmakers is Kansas City madman Patrick Rea! Known for his short film work around the world including PILLOW FIGHT, A HOWL OF A GOOD TIME, COUNTER PARTS as well as the 2013 thriller NAILBITER; Rea will be presenting his latest feature called ENCLOSURE. This tense and supernatural tale of isolation focuses on a married couple and the choices that they must make as their camping trip falls under siege by a variation of what could be called monsters. We grabbed Rea in between film projects to talk about ENCLOSURE, micro filmmaking, connecting casting and of course playing at FRIGHTFEST!
“I think the ‘container’ horror film really gets my creative juices flowing, because we have to really work hard to keep things interesting for the audience. It’s not easy making a film like this, despite not having many locations. It actually becomes way more challenging to find ways to keep the audience engaged while being in primarily one place.”