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Twisted, demented, very disturbing, you'll love it...
This is one of the most disturbing and demented movies I have ever seen, and that's saying a lot. Jordan Ladd, in her best role to date, imo, plays a pregnant woman, that loses her unborn child in a car accident. BUT, she still wants to carry the dead baby in her womb, until in a gut wrenching scene, she delivers it. It is dead when delivered, but when placed in her arms for a short while, it comes back alive. However, this is the start of a nightmare, that I would not recommend for women period to watch, especially Mothers, because I think it would be almost impossible and unbearable to watch. The baby doesn't have an appetite for milk, it likes blood and only blood, and the Mother (Ladd) is trying to fulfill its needs. Extremely disturbing scenes, and a pretty original horror film, that is not really gory, but pretty bloody. I was actually stunned as I watched it, and to ease the tension a little, it has one of the best killing of a fly scenes I have ever seen in a movie. Great stuff for our demented fans, I highly recommend it to you sickos.
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