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Plot: Lenore Davis and her husband Frank are about to have their second child. As she gives birth, the newborn baby vanishes and leaves behind five dead bodies. It’s up to the police and Frank to figure out where their mutated child has gone.
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Attack of the killer baby!!!
Yes, this movie features a baby of a different kind…the kind that crawls and kills!!! Yes, a killer baby that for some reason me and my family watched quite a few times when I was a kid. Somewhat creepy and somewhat cheesy at the same time as parts of it are easily made fun of. The movie has a couple of kills in it, but it really is not all that gory compared to an Italian horror movie. The story is okay and it does not try to explain things to much, unlike the later “It’s Alive” movies would do. The movie ends in a rather different fashion too as it is somewhat surprising what the man does at the end. Still, the thought of a killer baby is kind of creepy and kind of funny and that is why this movie somewhat works. More gore and such would have made it better and more sewer scenes too, for some reason I find the sewer to be a very good horror backdrop that is used somewhat in movies, but not not enough for my tastes. All in all though this movie is not boring and somewhat fun to watch and in some parts make fun of.
Hope She Doesn’t Plan to Breast Feed
There are some interesting and even somewhat ambitious (for its genre) ideas buried in the screenplay for “It’s Alive,” a mutant killer baby movie from 1974, but everything about the film is so poorly executed that the ideas don’t get a chance to go anywhere.
Those ideas include the anxiety and loss of control that come with having a newborn baby; the disappointment parents can feel when their children don’t live up to their own preconceived expectations; the rift that children can create between husbands and wives; and the general responsibility husbands and fathers feel to “fix” whatever is wrong with their families. The film reminded me a tiny bit of David Lynch’s “Eraserhead”: in both, a literal monster exists as a stand in for all of the psychological angst that comes with bringing a child into the world. But “It’s Alive” is very poorly directed, so it’s not at all scary, and, though it elicits a chuckle once in a while for how stupid it is, it’s not really bad enough to land into “so bad it’s good” territory either. Mostly, the audience spends its time trying to get a glimpse of this killer baby, which it never really sees in any detail (probably a wise decision on the part of the filmmakers).
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 31 min (91 min)
Genre Horror, Sci-Fi
Director Larry Cohen
Writer Larry Cohen
Actors John P. Ryan, Sharon Farrell, Andrew Duggan
Country United States
Awards 1 win & 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Panavision Panaflex
Laboratory Technicolor, Hollywood (CA), USA
Film Length 2,540 m (Italy)
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm