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Acting all obtuse and cackling at inappropriate times doesn't necessarily evoke malevolent intent.
She then nonchalantly hands the mewling kittie over to a gray rotting hand that emerges from the other side of the grave marker.
The low-budget constraints do show at times, but there is a great electronic score, good gore and some fun camp acting.
One of those movies you saw a kid and just never forgot. I revisited this 28 years later and still found it oddly charming. Buy it before it disappears!Published on June 17, 2012 by Gordon C. Tait
The Child is an inventive, fun monster movie that seems meant to be seen late-night on TV by kids. There's a naive, dated quality to this gruesome pic that is actually quite... Read morePublished on May 27, 2009 by A. Salas
Mmk, gonna be upfront and honest here. The acting is really piss poor and the blood looks like hooker red nailpolish. In other words, it's a deffie B movie. Read morePublished on April 1, 2009 by MiS
The Child (Robert Voskanian, 1977)
While IMDB does not list this as a made-for-TV movie, I find it hard to believe that anyone ever took this monstrosity seriously... Read more
I purchased this DVD in order to obtain a relatively clean and sharp copy of I Eat Your Skin. Now, Something Weird has been completely honest in listing this as an "extra" rather... Read morePublished on February 6, 2004 by General Ursus