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Top Customer Reviews
A doctor and his wife are trying to have a baby. One night they are interrupted by a bright light and they discover that two hours have gone by. The husband is bothered by this but really freaks out when a bright light flashed in his eyes causes him to space out for a few minutes. His wife is now pregnant.
Hypnosis and seeing a TV spot about alien abduction gets him thinking.
The film progresses nicely as the doctor becomes more and more convinced that there is something wrong with the baby his wife is carrying. One of the great things about this film is that you are kept guessing as to whether he is crazy or not.
This is much more of a psychological thriller than a gore fest, so those looking for the gore may be disappointed (there is a little), but those looking for a film with actual creepiness will find a tasty treat with this one.
One other note, you might notice that the husband is almost always on screen (he does an excellent job).
Serious flaws in this movie: dream sequences are meshed with actual scenes in such a way that you don't know which is which. Watching this movie is like being only semi-conscious... not a pleasant experience. Also confusing is the gratuitous gore. For instance, in one scene, Jillian is found by her husband, cowering in the closet with blood all over her and on the walls. Considering she's pregnant, and bleeding during pregnancy is a major red-flag, why is she next seen talking to a psychologist instead of sent to a hospital? And why doesn't anyone seem evenly remotely concerned about the blood (was that only a dream too?). The look on Arnold's face when he finds her is strange-- he looks only mildly upset, not horrified.
This movie is really sick.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
One night, Dr. Craig Burton (Arnold Vosloo- THE MUMMY, THE MUMMY RETURNS) has a strange experience. While making love to his wife Sherry (Jillian McWhirter- THE DENTIST 2,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein
Did somebody REALLY sat this was better than Re-Animator? Wow.. A good alien movie with a good leading role. Communion with Christopher Walken.Published 3 months ago by John B. Walker
Classic 90's sci-fi horror directed by Brian Yuzna who gave us classic horrors like re-animator 2, beyond re-animator and return of the living dead 3, Progeny is a great movie with... Read morePublished 19 months ago by S. Drury
This movie was creepy in its own way. It was a nasty, creepy, especially when the alien is raping the doctor's wife. Oops, spoiler.
Arnold Vosloo did a good job acting... Read more
A doctor becomes suspcious that his pregnant wife isn't carrying his baby but was knocked up by an alien instead. Surprisingly good for a movie with nobody you ever heard of in it.Published on August 17, 2007 by Mr. Right
What the hell is wrong with all you people! this was the biggest waste of tape i have ever seen. not only did they cheat us out of plot, they cheated us on gore. Read morePublished on June 17, 2004
If I could give this film 6 stars, I would. This movie is OUTSTANDING!!! It's from the same guy who directed Re-Animator, Brian Yuzna. Read morePublished on June 13, 2003
I have to say that I am a latecomer to Vosloo. I recently(YES I KNOW) saw The Mummy and The Mummy Returns on tv and was struck by the Character who played Imhotep. Read morePublished on January 27, 2002 by Miss DTP
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