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It's Alive / It's Alive 2: It Lives Again / It's Alive 3: Island of the Alive (Triple Feature)


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  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: November 7, 2006
  • Run Time: 277 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000HT38B2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,456 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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It's Alive 1/It's Alive 2/It's Alive 3 (DVD) (3FE) (Multi-Title)

Customer Reviews

Great classic movies!
jarrod
The trailers are really interesting and creepy, and the commentary is pretty interesting to listen to.
Monty Moonlight
It's the perfect movie to watch on a Friday or Saturday night, especially the 1st one.
Valerie P. Turner

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Joseph P. Menta, Jr. VINE VOICE on December 20, 2006
Format: DVD
What a great deal for serious film fans who also have a taste for the good old "popcorn" genres, too, as this DVD covers both areas. In the former category, the "It's Alive" films boast the final and still great work of famed film composer Bernard Herrmann. You can literally feel his moody, apocalyptic main "It's Alive" theme pull these films up from their B-movie origins into the realm of true quality fare.

And in the "popcorn" category, the quality isn't all that bad, either, even if you don't consider the great musical scores. Taken together, the three movies on this disc feel like one of those big Stephen King end-of-the-world epics he's so good at writing. Like King's work in this area, here you get the big mysterious disaster (in this case, weird mutant babies being born all over the place) and the well-organized government response to the disaster. And again, like all those 800-page King epics, it's all quite well developed here: after being caught initially unaware by the new "creepy babies" dilemma, the government soon conspires with the medical profession to identify "non-normal" pregancies, so that contigents of cops are there in the delivery room, guns drawn, waiting to "take out" the little sharp-toothed tykes when they, uh... burst forth. But then there's a rival group of doctors who think the babies have a right to be born and they try to get to the mothers first. It's all quite interesting, and not at all like the "dumb but fun" movies I was expecting.

Each movie runs about an hour and a half, feature some pretty good actors (Michael Moriarity and Karen Black among them), and the widescreen prints used here are bright and clear, with a minimum of imperfections. A commentary track by director Larry Cohen graces each movie, too.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By K. Carlucci on November 14, 2006
Format: DVD
Alright people, this is the way DVD's should be. My thanks goes to Warner Bros. for releasing these three classic horror films for such a nice price! You get 2 discs, the first being It's Alive icluding a commentary and trailers for all three films. The second disc has It Lives Again with commentary and trailer on side A and It's Alive III-Island of the Alive with commentary and trailer on side B. I gave this collection 3 stars because although these are horror classics from the 70's and 80's they tend to move kind of slow with part 3 being the fastest. If you are looking for descent suspense and a few jump out surprises then you will enjoy these films. I believe part 2 should have received a PG rating as well. Part 3 is the goriest out of this trilogy. I'm just curious as to why my VHS tape of It's Alive has an R rating and now that this film is out on DVD it comes with a PG. Anyway, if you enjoy classic horror of the 70's and 80's this is one trilogy to add to your collection.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Leslie Karen Rigsbey on December 10, 2012
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
If you're here, then it's pointless to cover well-treaded ground again...

A wonderful 3-DVD set that has more killer demonic babies than you could ever wish for. Larry Cohen is a talent, but he's had mishaps over the years (it was his fault for discovering Bruce Willis, as Cohen candidly admits in one of these wonderful audio commentary tracks), and I still can't believe "they" produced his nothing of a script entitled "Phone Booth." Be assured, the original "It's Alive" story is no treasure, but there's 70s nostalgia value for old movie buffs (like myself). Good for laughs if you need to eat up that bag of elderly popcorn. The picture and sound quality are great, and you can't beat it if you can get it for under $10.00.
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Frank Davis is extremely excited about having his second child, but when his wife is giving birth, things take a tragic turn. The baby turns out to be a bloodthirsty monstrosity, and immediately after birth, it begins a killing spree. Almost instantly, word is out about the Davis baby, and the distraught parents are forced to deal with a myriad of emotions and issues as the police hunt down their murdering monster-baby.

Boy, do I remember this film from the late night TV airings as a kid. After the 10 o' clock news on Friday nights in my area, CBS would rotate airing films like "Cat People", "An American Werewolf In London", "Q - The Winged Serpent", "Alligator", that movie about KISS at the amusement park, and episodes of "Kolchak - the Night Stalker", among other stuff, including this movie, "It's Alive". What a treat to see it again (I'd like to refresh my memory on some of those other weird flicks too, ha). Of course, I was more easily freaked out as a kid, and these days I don't find much horror in such films, but I still find them highly entertaining. The "It's Alive" trilogy doesn't fail there, starting with the first and best. Boasting the talents of creature-man Rick Baker composer Bernard Hermann, and written, produced, and directed by Larry Cohen, this 1980 creature feature stays interesting throughout with its bizarre and disturbing premise and great performances.

The sequel, "It Lives Again", is the weakest in the line-up for me. However, it's still pretty cool. I didn't love the annoyingly loud lead-character, the father of the second film's main monster-baby (of 3 that feature), but story-wise, it starts out very strong.
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