If you have ever wanted to own a Good Guy Doll from the Child’s Play series, now is your chance. It may set you back a pretty penny, but you will be the envy of all your fellow horror freaks.
This is an officially licensed Child’s Play 2 Chucky Doll which creators are calling “the most screen accurate Child’s Play product ever produced.” The Kickstarter campaign has already garnered over $295K of its $1 million goal.
This one-to-one scale doll is intricately detailed because it’s made from molds used for the original Child’s Play 2 screen prop with his clothing replicated using “actual screen used swatches.”
This Chucky (or get two and call one Tommy!) can twist and turn into any pose thanks to flexible foam and a wire frame. This version will not talk.
This whole thing is going too set you back $500. The $700 pledge level has already sold out. More perks get unlocked if the campaign reaches certain monetary goals. Perhaps the best one being the Good Guy box used in the film at the $750K level.
President of Trick or Treat studios, Chris Zephro, explains why he chose to use Kickstarter to fund the project.
“This is a big event,” Zephro says in the campaign video. “No one has ever released a screen used one-to-one scale accurate officially licensed Chucky doll, so we wanted to do something unique and we thought Kickstarter would be a great way to do this.”
Fans have been wanting these life-sized dolls probably since the first film was released in 1988. “Mean mug,” or “Evil Chucky” and “stitch face” versions are also in demand. Fans would also like to see the company release a one-to-one scale Tiffany doll too.
But Trick or Treat has not yet committed to these variations, although they say to stay tuned.
For now, fans will have to save up their allowance to get this one-of-a-kind version, and remember the words of the famous tagline, “Sorry Jack, Chucky’s back!”
For more information on how to get your own Good Guy Doll check out the Kickstarter campaign HERE.