Chucky: Review 2.07 Goin’ to The Chapel


- Broadcasting date : 17/11/2022
- Dissemination platform: somersault
- episode: 2.07 Goin’ to The Chapel
- Director: John Hyams
- Screenwriter: Nick Zigler & Amanda Blanchard
- Performers: Zackary Arthur, Bjrgvin Arnarson, Alyvia Alyn Lind, Brad Dourif, Jennifer Tilly, Fiona Dourif, Alex Vincent, Christine Elise, Devon Sawa


The seventh episode of the second season of chucky is finally the opportunity for the creator Don Mancini to bring together all the protagonists who have survived his various films and the first season of the adventures of the evil doll.

The screenplay by Nick Zigler and Amanda Blanchard presents the different actors that we have come to appreciate in their respective roles. We thus find the very good Zackary Arthur, Bjrgvin Arnarson, Alyvia Alyn Lind as young people fighting against the doll. Brad Dourif is still great as a Chucky voice actor. Lachlan Watson is flawless in the dual role of the puppet child. Fiona Dourif is superb as a woman sometimes possessed by the killer. And Alex Vincent and Christine Elise reform their duo with ease. Devon Saw is impressive as the pre-responsible for the institution and Rosemary Dunsmore is still as ambiguous as its psychologist.

A strange alliance is made between the various protagonists which will involve them in a curious ceremony. However, nothing is always exactly as we believe and the seeds of a potential season 3, pending the finale of next week, are already planted.

We find with pleasure the decor of the institute where the young people are. This one is absolutely perfect to tell what is happening between his bowels. We also have fun with the references that slip into the narration.

The deaths are particularly spectacular and bloody. The special effects are always very well done and the puppeteers are extremely comfortable with the animation of a Chucky who is still in very good shape.

The adventure contains its share of feelings and allows each of the characters to tell a little more about him. This creates passages that are often touching and sometimes humorous.

We must also trust Don Mancini to reserve a spectacular new twist in a truly intriguing final episode.

The seventh episode of the second season of chucky is very good and gives the opportunity to get even closer to some of the characters. With a story that brings together all its narrative lines, a pleasant realization, impressive special effects and convincing actors, the series is always a real pleasure to follow.

Friendly and fearsome.



An idyllic American town is thrown into chaos after a vintage “Good Guy” doll is discovered at a suburban garage sale. Soon everyone has to deal with a series of murders that begin to expose the town’s hidden secrets. Meanwhile, friends and foes from Chucky’s past return to his world and threaten to expose the truth behind his mysterious origins from a seemingly ordinary kid to the monster we all know…



Chucky: Review 2.07 Goin’ to The Chapel