Child's Play 3 (1991)
The second sequel picks up where Child's Play 2 leaves off (you have to hand it to the filmmakers for consistency). The Good Guys toy people clean up the mess left in the factory at the end of the last picture, but in doing so, inadvertently drip some of the "dead" Chucky's blood into a vat of plastic used to make more Good Guys dolls. This results in a new killer Chucky. (Why this doesn't create a whole bunch of new Chuckys is anybody's guess.)
Chucky goes on his usual rampage, starting with the murder of the head of the toy company. Then it's off to find Andy...
Andy is now old enough to be played by a teenager (Justin Whalin) — and still disturbed enough to have been shuffled from one foster home to another, until he winds up in a military academy, where he has a rough time adjusting to military culture.
Chucky, of course, tracks Andy to the school — but after running into a cute little innocent called Tyler (Jeremy Sylvers), realizes that he can possess Tyler's body, and doesn't need Andy anymore.
In the midst of a carnival ride (don't ask), Andy arrives to rescue Tyler as Chucky is trying to work that old black magic on the kid. Andy shoots Chucky, but obviously has forgotten everything he witnessed in the first two flicks about the effect of mere bullets on devil-dolls. Chucky rises again, and tries to choke Andy to death. Andy finally shakes free, and Chucky plunges into this gigantic fan-thing, which slices him into itty-bitty bits.
As if that's going to stop Chucky...
Child's Play (1988)
Child's Play 2 (1990)
Bride of Chucky (1998)
Seed of Chucky (2004) We need a spoiler!
Revenge of Chucky (2008) We need a spoiler!
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