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This movie was awful and its badness really wasn't even fun at all.
In conclusion this is an interesting, intriguing, but ultimately failed experiment which marked the end of Fulci's most creative and successful period.
The trademark gore scenes are all but absent, save for one right near the end when a character is attacked by stuffed birds.
Totally confusing nonsense from late Italian goremeister Lucio Fulci, director of the splatterfests ZOMBIE  and GATES OF HELL . Read morePublished 1 month ago by Fred Adelman
Manhattan Baby is a beautiful shot supernatural thriller. I really enjoyed it and was shock that it got so many bad reviews. Read morePublished 7 months ago by D Bourgie
This film fails to live up to the standards of Fulci's great horror work 1979-1982.
It plays like the old master just going through the motions of his greatest hits:... Read more
"Manhattan Baby", despite the inclusion of a very small amount of gore near the end, managed to out-bore even the dull "The Black Cat". Read morePublished on June 4, 2011 by anoymous
"Manhattan Baby" opens with an excellent prologue set in atmospheric ruins of the Egyptian pyramids. Read morePublished on December 26, 2007 by Shaun Anderson
The daughter of a American Egyptologist falls under the influence
of a strange,eye-embossed amulet that can open the gateway into
the netherworld(Hey Lucio! Read more
I thought if I finally watched "Manhattan Baby" on DVD in widescreen rather than the poor full-screen video copies of it that were previously available, I'd be able to re-appraise... Read morePublished on March 29, 2006 by A. Griffiths
Lucio Fulci's "MANHATTAN BABY" is not even close to his best effort,but just like "SWEET HOUSE OF HORROR" it has its tiny moments of Fulci's atmospheric & gorey brilliance. Read morePublished on September 12, 2005 by creatureart