Chucky Brings 'Child's Play' To MTV's Killer Halloween

How does this tiny terror rank among classic horror-movie murderers like Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees? Vote in our poll!

How do we love horror-movie villains? Let us count the ways via MTV's Killer Halloween, an in-depth competition in which we ask you, the best and brightest fans, to determine who is the best and scariest movie murderer.

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So far, we've provided the vital stats of big, bad men Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees and Leatherface. Now, it's time to move on to a smaller, but equally vicious, killer: Chucky from "Child's Play."

Charles Lee "Chucky" Ray

Occupation: Serial killer, voodoo practitioner, plastic doll

Weapons: Whatever he has at his disposal, voodoo knife

Archenemy: Grownups, fire, people who won't let him take over their bodies

Profile: Chucky's story has all the fixings for horror-film flights of fancy. He, Charles Lee Ray, is a serial killer and voodoo practitioner who manages to transfer his soul into a "Good Guy" doll after he is fatally shot by a police detective. Chucky ends up in the hands of Andy Barclay, who very soon regrets the day his mother brought home the redheaded, freckled doll, as the pint-sized terror resumes his murderous ways.

As is custom for horror-movie antagonists, Chucky manages to survive all the attempts at ending his "life" — including being set on fire and shot — in order to terrorize more victims in "Child's Play 2," "Child's Play 3," "Bride of Chucky" and "Seed of Chucky."

Once again, we turn to horror movie expert Brian Collins, the dedicated man behind Horror Movie a Day, to explain Chucky's long-lasting appeal.

"Chucky is awesome because in addition to going after Andy or whoever in order to get a human body, he tends to kill a lot of jerks: mean teachers, sadistic Army barbers, even Britney Spears. So, there's a little more variety to his victims than the usual anonymous knife fodder in the "Friday the 13th" or "Nightmare on Elm Street" movies," he explained. "Plus, he swore a lot. Swearing toys are always funny."

Check out everything we've got on "Child's Play."

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