Win An Officially Licensed Chucky Doll from Trick or Treat Studios Signed by Tom Holland!

Gemr seems to have caught the Child’s Play bug big time, as the latest episode of their docuseries Collection Complete offers viewers a chance to win their very own Chucky Doll from Trick or Treat Studios, valued at over $500 and signed by none other than Child’s Play director Tom Holland!

An in-depth look into the lives of artists and the collections that fuel their work, the focus of Collection Complete’s latest installment revolves around the lasting impact of horror cinema on returning guest and Los Angeles-based filmmaker and collector Sean Clark. Initially introduced to the genre as a preschooler(!) via the films The Exorcist and The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (among others), Clark pulls the curtain back on a few more items in his jaw-dropping collection of screen-used horror items inspired by it, one of which is a Good Guy doll from 2017’s Cult of Chucky.

You can watch the episode embedded at the top of the article!

The series’ seventeenth installment (future episodes are set to showcase other items in Clark’s assemblage, including a screen-used Hellraiser box and The Resonator prop from 1986’s From Beyond), Collection Complete has in the past ventured into the personal collections of filmmakers Mike Mendez of Tales of Halloween fame and designer, artist and pinup Micheline Pitt, among others.

So, how can you acquire that Trick or Treat Studios Good Guys doll? Those who create a free account at Gemr’s horror club HERE will have a chance, and we’re honestly hard-pressed to think of any horror collectible cooler than a TOTS’s Chucky doll signed by Tom Holland himself (well, maybe a screen-used one, but now we’re just being greedy!).

Subscribe to Collection Complete’s Youtube channel HERE to see previous episodes, and for more on Collection Complete, ‘like’ them on Facebook HERE and follow them on Instagram at CollectionComplete and on Twitter at @CollectionComp.



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