Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Emmanuelle Escourrou, Christian Sinniger, Jean-François Gallotte, Roselyne Geslot, François Frappier
Director: Alain Robak
Genres: Indie & Art House, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Special Interests
It is a voracious parasite from the dawn of creation, surviving centuries in search of the one thing it needs: To be born of a human. But when this cunning creature slithers inside a sexy circus performer (voluptuous Frenc... more »
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James B. (wandersoul73) from TYLER, TX
Reviewed on 9/18/2009...
I've been looking a long time for this gore fest on Dvd. But I'd only known it as The Evil Within, until now!
Not the original, but still an excellent horror film
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This film is much more ferocious in its original form known as Baby Blood. There has been approximately two minutes of gore removed from many scenes. Noteably four scenes of some of the most harrowing and graphic scenes of gore ever put on celluloid.
This film is about a woman who is esentially raped by a demon that crawls out of the center of the earth. The rape is its intrusion into her womb , forcing her to give birth to it and nourish it with blood. If you can stand the exploitive and disgusting content of this film, you are in for a very mind-numbing horror experience you will never forget.
Review pertains to original version of Baby Blood which is only available in french language and no subtitles."
Keep on rockin' me baby!
Cameron | GA | 07/31/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I lived the first fourteen years of my life in Austria and so I was often present within European video stores. I picked this box up with a friend and marveled at the vile cover art(the version that I picked up, depicted the mother holding a monstrous baby drenched in gore) and new that we had found a winner for the night.
Baby Blood, as I knew it, was and still remains, one of the most facinatingly grotesque and visceral movies that I have ever seen. I found the idea to be truely terrifying (aliens meets rosemarys baby).
Finding an uncut version here in the states could prove to be somewhat of a challenge, however if you are a gorehound, I declare this struggle, highly worth your time and effort.
This is not your average splatter flick."
Better Than Average Effort
vincentarlock | Lakeland, Florida United States | 09/01/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This isn't the greatest horror flick I've ever seen but is definitely above average and has a suprisingly good amount of gore. The movie begins by showing you a beast that has been captured in the African jungle. This beast, a jaguar, is particularly fierce...as if something is inside of it and making it so. It arrives at a circus where are leading female character lives with her abusive, circus manager boyfriend. The mere sight of the creature causes the other animals to get ancy and aggressive. Later that night, the manager wakes up, leaves his sleeping girlfriend and wanders about the circus. He finds the animal tamer weeping in front of the jaguar's cage as the beast is splattered about the cage (as if something emerged from within). Something did and it finds its way to the sleeping woman and creeps up into her womb. From this point on the movie follows her and the evil within her, which by the way can communicate with her. It needs blood to grow and drives her to seduce and kill as many people as she can in order to nourish they creature within her womb. The movie culminates with the birth of the creature and from there...things can only get bloodier as the abmonination emerges from its newborn skin and slithers onto a bus full of futbol players. This is a pretty simple plot and it is presented in a very easy to follow fashion. The female lead is attractive in a euro sort of way and the dialogue between her and the creature in her womb pretty much carries the film between the violence. The scenes of gore are suprisingly good, especially a scene towards the end that takes place in a ambulance. It's not the greatest thing to come out in recent years..."