An American village is visited by some unknown life form which leaves the women of the village pregnant. Nine months later, the babies are born, and they all look normal, but it doesn't take the "parents" long to realize that the kids are not human or humane.Written by
Actor and Carpenter regular Peter Jason was in charge of helping the child actors get into character and behave as a unit. See more »
During the graveyard scene between David and Alan, it is clear (because of changes in the amount of light, and the angle of sun in the background, as well as cloud cover) that this particular scene was shot over a period of several hours or possibly days. See more »
Dr. Susan Verner:
Come back to the project, Alan. It's not just a matter of protecting your daughter anymore, as you can see it goes... far beyond that.
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I ve seen all john carpenter's movies and "V.O.T.D" is one of his best COINS (imho) and i really liked it, the story of course is a remake of the same title(1960),and based (lightly) on true events before i review :i have to say that i dont like people remaking movies,most of them are trash,however, this one is definitly exceptional and J.C did a great job remaking/directing this movie the camera work is perfectly executed(shooted) on the other-side of the coin the cast were at their best(C.REEVE,M.hamell....) the death scenes were awesome but needed more which i have no obejections the kids were really cool,and believable in their face expressions
ALL IN ALL :this movie is a real shiny coin in carpenter's collection if you are a big fan of his collection,dont miss it for other genre fans:its an entertaining flick
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