Of course not. The internet’s histrionics about this harmless children’s product don’t really factor into the day-to-day labor that goes into making it.
Strangely enough if you watch “Cult of Chucky” you’ll discover that a LOT of really weird thought had been going into the franchise.
I think the filmmakers are overestimating how interesting they think this concept is.
Do you often find yourself asking people to do very basic things for you that you could easily do yourself?
What is it?
Because it would be more interesting than the boring alternative?
“Im exhausted of this and not going to engage in it, but here’s two paragraphs anyways!”
I’d be shocked if they touched on it at all. That’s the interesting story that will probably a decade before it comes out.
I find it pulls me out of it entirely in the same way as a fourth-wall break. I don’t typically watch entertainment to see a reflection of my life, it can be really jarring. The “illusion” falls apart.
What made me cringe was that this was predominantly filmed not just outside of the building I live in, but also in front of the building I work in, and a diner I eat at 3 or 4 times a week. Much like X-Files, Travellers, and countless shows and movies, the immersion breaks as soon as I see all of these damn things…
What are you filling up with exactly? Diarrhea?
No because she is a strong, independent woman and that would be incredibly disrespectful and misogynistic.
Dourif is still voicing Chucky in the existing franchise that is still continuing.
Start a protest, Disney and the internet love those.
By your logic the stormtroopers are also tiny little people as well.
“How much of my painfully dull life can I avoid with this escapist fantasy one? And how will that affect my other fantasies?”
But... but... “nightmare fuel”, and like... hyperbole...
There is so much ignorance in this article that it almost reads like satire.
Do you own stock in Valve?