Horrifying Femme Fatale – Tiffany
Former lover and accomplice to Charles Lee Ray introduced in Bride of Chucky.
Tiffany acquires Chucky’s remains after bribing and later killing a police officer who removed the dismembered doll from the station’s evidence locker.
Stitching him back together, Tiffany re-enacts the voodoo ritual which instilled Ray’s soul in the doll.
Though her voodoo ritual does not produce any results, Chucky springs up after being discarded and kills Tiffany’s admirer.
Tiffany locks him in a playpen, but he escapes, killing her then performing the voodoo ritual to instill her soul in a doll.
Dying immediately after giving birth, Tiffany alongside Chucky are brought back to life by their son Glen who possesses the voodoo amulet they were pursuing.
Learning that Glen is her son, Tiffany claims that her murderous ways are an addiction and attempts to follow a twelve-step program to stop killing. However, Tiffany is determined to label Glen as a daughter, calling him “Glenda.”
Starstruck Tiffany learns that her favorite actress, Jennifer Tilly, will portray her in the upcoming film (the movie within the movie). Jennifer Tilly becomes an unwilling hostess to the new family of killer dolls in more ways than one.
My mother always said love was supposed set you free. But that’s not true, Chucky. I’ve been a prisoner of my love for you for a very long time. Now it’s payback time. – Bride of Chucky (1998)
Ten years is a long time, Chucky. Besides, I was never actually with him. You know me. I’ll kill anybody, but I’ll only sleep with someone I love. – Bride of Chucky (1998)
For God’s sake Chucky, drag yourself into the 90s. Stabbings went out with Bundy and Dahmer. You look like Martha Stewart with that thing. – Bride of Chucky (1998)
I’m not getting pregnant again, I’ll tell you that much. My mother always said, “Once is a blessing, twice is a curse.” – Seed of Chucky (2004)
Killing is an addiction like any other drug. But we’re parents now. We have to set an example. – Seed of Chucky (2004)
Tiffany is the turning point for the Child’s Play film franchise, bringing more humor to counteract the violent acts of Chucky and herself. She is a lovely murderess turned killer doll, following Chucky through devotion and love until she realizes his end game never included her.
She is a villain out for number one, first for her lover and fellow murderer Chucky and then for herself and her child. In the end, Tiffany achieved what Chucky never did over numerous sequels. She found a body and transferred her soul to the body, starting a new life as more than a mere living doll.
Author’s Note: Thank you to Emily Intravia from The Deadly Doll’s House of Horror Nonsense for suggesting this horrifying femme fatale.