It’s nearly time for Halloween celebrations, and you might be thinking: how can I watch my favorite scary movies this October? You're in luck: you can kick off the spooky season with AMC FearFest, the annual scary movie spectacular available on-air, online, on the AMC apps, and on AMC+, extending all through October. AMC is hosting a streaming library of 91 horror movies (see the full list here), including a number of legendary horror movie franchises, like the iconic Child’s Play movies, starring the depraved and terrifying doll, Chucky.
This year, AMC is hosting four films from the Child’s Play franchise: Bride of Chucky (1998), Seed of Chucky (2004), Curse of Chucky (2013), and Cult of Chucky (2017). The black comedy slasher franchise follows psychopathic serial killer, Charles Lee Ray, aka “Chucky,” who escapes death by transferring his soul into a child’s doll. But Chucky’s killing spree doesn’t end once he becomes barely two feet high. Chucky’s bloodlust animates the doll through various heinous murders no one can believe.
The Chucky movies are available to watch with a cable login on amc.com and the AMC apps through October 31st. Stream them on your TV with the AMC app on Apple TV, Roku, Xbox One, or Fire TV. You can also take Chucky with you on your phone --if you dare -- by downloading the AMC mobile app on iOS, Android, Windows, and Fire Tablets. AMC Premiere subscribers can stream the movies in their uncut, theatrical versions as well. Comcast Xfinity, DISH, and Sling TV customers can watch the Child’s Play movies on AMC+, the network’s new premium subscription bundle.
Want even more horror movies? See the full streaming library for AMC FearFest here on amc.com, the AMC apps, and AMC+. Check out the full on-air schedule here.
Explore the legacy of horror movies in Eli Roth’s History of Horror. The latest full episodes are available to watch on the AMC apps for mobile and devices, and AMC+. Eli Roth chats here with AMC.com in this Q&A about what fans can expect from the latest season, the scariest movie he’s recently seen, who he would interview for the show if he had a time machine, and more.
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