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12/ 12/ 12 2012 TV-MA CC

2.0 out of 5 stars (21) IMDb 1.7/10

When baby Sebastian is born on 12/12/12 everyone around him starts to die. Soon, his mother realizes that her son is the spawn of Hell.

Starring:
Sara Malakul Lane, Jesus Guevara
Runtime:
1 hour, 26 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Horror
Director Jared Cohn
Starring Sara Malakul Lane, Jesus Guevara
Supporting actors Steve Hanks, Carl Donelson, Laura Alexandra Ramos, Samantha Stewart, Rachel Alig, Erin O'Brien, Katy-Ann Thompson, Gregory Niebel, Patrick Stover, Shakira Ja'nai Paye, Shauna Chin, Jourdan Lee, Jon Kondelik, Jared Cohn, Jos Deacon, Demetrius Stear, Samuel Fisher, Daniel Anderson
Studio Lantern Lane Entertainment LTD.
MPAA rating TV-MA
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Format: Blu-ray
The year 2012 sure is getting a raw deal when it comes to being associated with catastrophic events. First, we're speeding towards the end of the Mayan calendar which supposedly signifies the coming of the apocalypse. Now the Asylum marks the actual beginning of the end as "12/12/12."

Armageddon might occur on December 21st, but the official kick-off begins on the 12th when the son of the Devil is born. At least that's what this over-the-top and completely disgusting low -budget mix of "It's Alive," "Grace," and "Rosemary's Baby" wants us to believe.

Baby Sebastian's birth on December 12, 2012 is marked with tragedy from the moment he arrives in the delivery room. The doctors delivering the baby are brutally and inexplicably murdered. After taking the newborn home, it becomes evident to mother Veronica that something is very wrong with her child. Death seems to surround him wherever he is. She soon realizes Sebastian is the child of Satan and will fully embrace his evil calling on December 21st.

As a movie, I have to say that "12/12/12" isn't all that badly paced or put together. There are still the amateurish camera angles and bad acting we're all used to with the Asylum's movies. What ruins this is its mission to push the envelope of tastelessness as far as they can and get away with it. I'm all about giving the audience something shocking they can drop their jaws at, but they go way too far in my opinion.

Let me give you just a few examples of sections of the film where I was looking away and closing my eyes in abhorrence. They show the demonic child coming out of the woman's private parts. You want to talk about causing someone to never want to undergo natural childbirth. Now add a highly inappropriate incestuous situation between the mother and child.
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Format: DVD
This is one of the worse films made by Asylum. I am a lover of their bad films and this one tickled my funny bone.

The DVD cover similar to "Rosemary's Baby" leaves no mystery as to the identity of the baby. The film opens with a Mayan calendar, some Bible verses, and words spoken about pharaohs just to cover all the bases. Our "Damien" or Sebastian in this case is born C-section, the kind of C-section where they use no anesthetic and the mother (Sara Malakul Lane) cries in pain.

Our infant, which looks like an ugly prop from a David Lynch film, was apparently inspired by the bunny in "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" as he can fly around and grab people by the jugular with his long razor sharp teeth. In spite of the kid having teeth and clearing out the birthing room in a deadly fashion, mom ignores it all and opts to breast feed...ouch!

12/12/12 is something that is used by a doomsday cult, most likely because my nephew born on 6/6/66 is boring and sells insurance.

The detective (Steve Hanks) has a fondness for lollipops...Oh where did the writers come up with that?!

This is a low budget film that goes absolutely no where. The plot doesn't flow well and is haphazard. The dialouge and acting was bad, but if you are going to use bad actors, rule of thumb is to use pretty D-cup women so us guys won't care...thanks Asylum.

This is a great film for bad Asylum film lovers as the budget and special effects are worse than usual.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, rape, nudity (Sara Malakul Lane, Bonnie Grinberg) 4-5 stars for Asylum fans, 1 star for non-fans.
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By David West on December 29, 2013
Format: DVD
My heart sank when I saw the "Asylum" logo popping up. These are the people that make the sort of stuff that ends up on the idiotically-named SyFy Channel - Siamese sharks, that sort of thing. In fact, from the montage of clips, I saw only one that I'd seen that was worth anything at all. Don't be gulled, it was worth very little.
Anyway, woman gives birth to Devil Baby which promptly kills the two attending doctors and spends the movie trotting around LA or somewhere looking for it. It's a pretty deserted LA or somewhere, something we should note well. Baby winds up in the hands of a guy with tattoos on his face and that's about it.
The body count rises in direct proportion to the temptation to turn this mess off. Rotten script, peppered with such profundities as "You effing bitch" (wow...) helps to anchor this awful film to the bedrock of mindlessness whence it sprang. Terrible acting and lame direction make sure that it sinks.
The baby itself is an absolute horror. It's a plastic thing with no moving parts and it grows horns at the end. It goes for the jugular which means that its intended victims have to writhe and make some sort of effort to make it look like they are trying to pull the damn' thing off. Good luck with that.
By the way, right at the end, the mother's t shirt is torn, exposing her boobs. When the film FINALLY grinds to a halt, it is in one piece. While we're on the subject, note the hideous boob job scars on the sacrificial victim at the start. UGH.
If you watch the "Extras," it's apparent that no-one involved in this has the slightest degree of self-consciousness. I can't say it's a pity because whether this had been played for laughs or not, everything about this reeks of childish amateurishness. Enough said.
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