Determined to "rescue" his pregnant daughter from an abortion clinic, a religious fanatic and his sons plan a violent firearm assault just as the doctors suspect her pregnancy might not be of this world.
Pro-Life, directed by John Carpenter, written by Drew McWeeny & Scott Swan, tells the story of a young girl trapped inside a clinic, who discovers the only thing more dangerous than her pursuers is the demonic secret that she carries within her. Ron Perlman, Mark Feuerstein, Emannuelle Vaugiere and Caitlin Wachs star. Written by
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When the demon breaks through the door, he breaks most of it away and starts to walk through. In the next shot, he breaks it again, identically to the first time, and then just stands there. See more »
59/100. The main thing about this film that really bothered me through most of it was when the phone lines were cut. Okay, this is made in 2006, so you are telling me none of the dozen or so people in the building didn't have a cell phone to call the police? That old cutting the phone lines routine doesn't work anymore. It worked fine and added suspense to movies from other decades, but not today. As a story it was interesting, a sort of twist on Rosemary's Baby. It can be very unpleasant at times, and if you can get past the plot holes, it's pretty good. The acting is fine, good special effects for the most part. It certainly has it's creepy moments.
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