Previously not released in Australia
- Audio Commentary with director Tom Holland, moderated by Nathaniel Thompson
- Behind-the-scenes special effects footage
- Vintage featurette
- TV spot
- Audio commentary with Alex Vincent, Catherine Hicks and Chucky designer Kevin Yagher
- Audio commentary with producer David Kirchner and screenwriter Don Mancini
- Scene specific Chucky commentaries:
- Chucky's Thoughts
- The Advantages of Being Chucky
- Chucky on Filmmaking
- Up Close and Personal with Chucky
- Evil Comes in Small Packages
- The Birth of Chucky
- Creating the Horror
- Chucky: Building a Nightmare
- A Monster Convention
- "Introducing Chucky": The Making of Child's Play
- Theatrical Trailer
Child's Play (1988) will be joining our Beyond Genres collection as volume #17. This release comes in O-ring packaging, includes special features, artwork and car air-freshener (pre-order exclusive).
As an Umbrella Entertainment Shop pre-order exclusive, we've included a car air freshener that's cherry scented (limited to 100 units).
Tom Holland (Fright Night) turns up the thrills and chills, introducing one of the most original and terrifying horror creations in history – the pint-sized killer doll CHUCKY! After 6 year-old Andy Barclay’s (Alex Vincent) babysitter is violently pushed out of a window to her death, nobody believes him when he says that his birthday present, an innocent “Good Guy Doll” named Chucky, committed the fateful act.
Infused with the demonic soul of serial killer Charles Lee Ray (Brad Dourif), Chucky establishes himself as a master manipulator, with the ability to get away with more than just murder. An ensuing rampage of gruesome murders leads detective Mike Norris (Chris Sarandon) back to the same suspicious toy, uncovering a legacy of horror and highlighting Chucky’s grand plan to transfer his evil spirit into a living, breathing human being – young Andy!
An ingenious blend of supernatural horror, voodoo and good old-fashioned slasher film, CHILD’S PLAY throws down a killer gauntlet and delivers with a bloody vengeance.
Director: Tom Holland
Cast: Catherine Hicks, Chris Sarandon, Alex Vincent