Born (2007)



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A twenty one year old virgin awakens one morning to discover that she has somehow become pregnant with a demon fetus that commands her to kill in order to create a bloody hell on earth. Mary Elizabeth has never been with a man, but now she carries the seed of Satan. Now, as her unborn spawn takes possession of her soul and sends her on a murderous rampage, Mary discovers the dark side of immaculate conception. Joan Severance and Kane Hodder star.

Rating: R
Genre: Horror
Directed By:
Written By: Alex D'Lerma
On DVD: Jun 16, 2009
American World Pictures (AWP) - Official Site



as Mary Elizabeth

as Catherine

as Dr. Sammael

as Asmodeus/Cardinal

as Father Anthony
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Hardly classic cinema it also fails to entertain. For the first hour it was hilarious but then even the poorness descended into mediocrity. Highlight of the film was definitely a poorly animated demon baby closing its mother's stomach like a door after a botched abortion attempt. Not to mention the acid instead of breast milk. An albino caretaker, gun wielding priest and slutty best friend keep the film going even if Alison Brie's poor performance, as she tries to create multiple characters including the voice of her own baby, seriously threaten to undermine what is already a joke of a film.

Luke Baldock

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An entertaining low-budget flick about a very typical pregnancy. I don't understand why this falls into the horror genre, though. As we all know, all babies are demon-spawn and all pregnant women are prone to mood swings during which they frequently tear out the hearts and cut off the heads of family members, draw a pentagram in the attic and attempt to bring demons out of hell. Still, Alison Brie does a good job with her role as a pregnant (and therefore possessed) woman, generating a few genuinely creepy moments. Plenty of possibly unintentionally humorous scenes, too; it's hard to tell whether or not they were meant to be funny, but they are. The fate of Lars is particularly amusing, as is the demonic claw coming out of a bellybutton and the oozy, green, acidic breast milk capable of shattering mirrors. I highly recommend this film for anyone considering having children!

this is one of those really terrible horror films that takes itself oh so serious. throw popcorn at it and laugh you ass off.

richard s

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