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Plot: When baby Sebastian is born on 12/12/12 everyone around him starts to die. Soon, his mother realizes that her son is the spawn of Hell.
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Really is it worth a laugh even?
Well for say, many, many mistakes there. Extremely low budget movie about a satanic cult guy that goes around trying to steal a newborn baby that is actually the demon lord. OK,that’s the premise of the movie,now it’s review time …. OMG,it’s too awful for words.Everyone associated w/making this movie needs to have the taste slapped outta their mouths.Seriously,avoid this movie like it’s the plague.Worse than the worst movie.
I looked at the cover and thought it was worth it. Wrong! Never judge a movie by its cover.
The Asylum, has had way better movies, what happened here? It was made way to fast. When I got the movie there was no reviews on it so I was suckered … Avoid!
“12/12/12” is an inappropriate and needless throwback to “It’s Alive,” “Grace,” and “Rosemary’s Baby”
The year 2012 sure is getting a raw deal when it comes to being associated with catastrophic events. First, we’re speeding towards the end of the Mayan calendar which supposedly signifies the coming of the apocalypse. Now the Asylum marks the actual beginning of the end as “12/12/12.”
Armageddon might occur on December 21st, but the official kick-off begins on the 12th when the son of the Devil is born. At least that’s what this over-the-top and completely disgusting low -budget mix of “It’s Alive,” “Grace,” and “Rosemary’s Baby” wants us to believe.
Baby Sebastian’s birth on December 12, 2012 is marked with tragedy from the moment he arrives in the delivery room. The doctors delivering the baby are brutally and inexplicably murdered. After taking the newborn home, it becomes evident to mother Veronica that something is very wrong with her child. Death seems to surround him wherever he is. She soon realizes Sebastian is the child of Satan and will fully embrace his evil calling on December 21st.
As a movie, I have to say that “12/12/12” isn’t all that badly paced or put together. There are still the amateurish camera angles and bad acting we’re all used to with the Asylum’s movies. What ruins this is its mission to push the envelope of tastelessness as far as they can and get away with it. I’m all about giving the audience something shocking they can drop their jaws at, but they go way too far in my opinion.
Let me give you just a few examples of sections of the film where I was looking away and closing my eyes in abhorrence. They show the demonic child coming out of the woman’s private parts. You want to talk about causing someone to never want to undergo natural childbirth. Now add a highly inappropriate incestuous situation between the mother and child. Top it off with a rather graphic rape scene and you get a good idea of the sort of quality you can expect from “12/12/12.”
I love horror movies and enjoy the “Satanic Panic” films of the 1970s and 1980s just as much as the next fan does. I understand why the Asylum felt the need to exploit such foul matter. Many genre fans are always looking for someone to push the visual limits of gore and violence. The Asylum wanted to get those people’s attention. I just think there are certain places you don’t go and many of them were visited in “12/12/12.”
Movies like “12/12/12” make me angry. I enjoyed the idea of the movie going into it. It sounded like a fun little flick that would scare up memories of several other classic films I’ve appreciated. It turned out to be a completely joyless experience I found myself abhorred by. I actually turned it off and then decided to watch the entire thing so I could properly review it and warn potential viewers about it before they see anything they’ll never be able to unsee.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 26 min (86 min)
Director Jared Cohn
Writer Jared Cohn
Actors Sara Malakul Lane, Rubén Guevara, Steve Hanks
Country United States
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A