– (2017) – Nazis attempt to claim living puppets from a group of psychics. Has good moments regarding horror, but the scenes of drama are as dry as can be. A total bore with violent highlights.
– (2017) – Chucky seeks out the previous film’s survivor in a mental institution, with the ability to replicate himself. Has a cleverness that sets it apart from other entries, and Chucky’s a hoot when he actually appears. The main problem rests with the human characters who are either too bland or fail to do anything progressive. Somewhat fresh for a seventh entry, but the series has gotten stale.
– (2016) – Strange occurrences transpire after a young woman is hired to nanny the doll replica of a deceased child. There are certainly bizarre moments and unpredictable turns, but there’s also a fair share of corniness and ineptitude. Doesn’t make much sense, all told, and holds zero emotional weight.
– (2015) – Evil forces are unleashed upon a dysfunctional family at Christmastime when the last of Santa’s believers stops believing in him. Begins with typically abnormal characters struggling to co-exist, then tosses in horror that makes up rules as it goes along. One moment features killer cookies, then killer attic junk, then killer elves, etc. Has no solid foundation and little cohesion.