Fans of the horror movie Child’s Play can take their love for the most scary doll alive a step further this Halloween by carving a pumpkin using a Chucky stencil.
The movie Child’s Play was released in 1988, and is about a boy who receives a doll who comes alive in an evil manner after a serial killer uses voodoo. The horror movie was directed by Tom Holland and written by Don Mancini, John Lafia, and Tom Holland. The doll was voiced by actor Brad Dourif.
Horror Movie Pumpkin Carving Patterns: Child’s Play
The pumpkin carving pattern website Zombie Pumpkins has one printable stencil of the character Chucky from Child’s Play. It is an evil looking portrait image of the doll.
In order for you to be able to print out the Chucky stencil, you have to purchase download credits from the website. The minimum purchase is $2 for two credits.
This Child’s Play stencil is located in the movie monsters pumpkin pattern section of the Zombie website.
Horror Movie Pumpkin Carving Patterns: Seed of Chucky
Zombie Pumpkins has another great stencil from the 2004 horror movie Seed of Chucky. It is also a portrait image and actually might be more recognizable than the image from Child’s Play.
This movie was number five in the series. It was directed and written by Don Mancini. Actor Brad Dourif still voiced the doll in this installment also.
The stencil is also located in the movie monsters pumpkin pattern section of the website. You must purchase credits before you are able to print it out.
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