To support "the most screen accurate Child's Play product ever produced," Trick or Treat Studios has launched a Kickstarter campaign for a stunning 1:1 scale Child's Play 2 Chucky doll created from screen-used molds and wearing clothing based on screen-used swatches.

Already surpassing its $100,000 goal on the first day of its launch, Trick or Treat Studios' Kickstarter campaign comes with plenty of stretch goals and additional perks that are sure to please fans of the franchise. If you ever wished that Chucky haunted you instead of Andy, this is the collectible you've been waiting for. To learn more, we have a photo gallery, details, and a video for the Kickstarter campaign:

From Trick or Treat Studios: "The Officially Licensed One-To-One Scale Child’s Play 2 Chucky Doll is the most screen accurate Child’s Play Product ever produced. Every detail of this doll is made from actual screen used molds, including the clothing which was replicated using actual screen used swatches.

The body of the doll has a wire frame surrounded by a soft flexible foam to allow you to pose your doll anyway you’d like.

For $500 the Wanna Play Pledge gets you the Officially Licensed One-to-One Scale Good Guys Chucky Doll and All Unlocked Stretch Goals.

For $700 the Friends to the End Pledge gets you the Officially Licensed One-to-One Scale Good Guys Chucky Doll, All Unlocked Stretch Goals and a Kickstarter Exclusive Certificate signed by the voice of Chucky, Brad Dourif, Trick or Treat Studios VP of Art Direction, Justin Mabry and Trick or Treat Studios President, Chris Zephro. The Friends to the End Pledge is limited to 50, so act fast!

Due to Licensing, this Kickstarter is only available to ship within the United States and Canada.

Cost for Shipping:

USA: $35

CANADA: $80"

Photos from Trick or Treat Studios:


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