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Gavin Klein 6 years ago
Creepy idea with a few scares. Near the end things started lacking though
Fernando Olivas 7 years ago
Do not be fooled by the poster.
Kakra 7 years ago
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River Tam over 5 years ago
The Unborn is a 2009 American supernatural horror-thriller film written and directed by David S. Goyer. The film stars Odette Yustman as a young woman who is tormented by a ghost (a dybbuk) and seeks help from a rabbi (Gary Oldman). The dybbuk seeks to use her death as a gateway to physical existence. The film is produced by Michael Bay and Platinum Dunes. It was released in American theaters on January 9, 2009, by Rogue Pictures. Casey Beldon has nightmarish hallucinations of strange-looking dogs and an evil child with bright blue eyes. While babysitting Matty, her neighbor's son, she finds him showing his infant sibling its reflection in a mirror. Matty attacks Casey with the mirror and tells her, "Jumby wants to be born now." Casey's friend Romy tells her of a superstition that newborns should not see their reflections for at least a year because otherwise they will die soon. Casey's eyes begin to change color; a doctor asks if she is a twin, and explains the change as tetragametic...
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