It's Alive

It's Alive

Heavily pregnant Lenore Davis tells her husband, Frank, that she is in labor. They leave their eleven year-old son Chris with their friend Charley and they head to the Community Hospital. Lenore feels that something is wrong and delivers a monster that kills the team in the delivery room and escapes through a skylight. Lieutenant Perkins comes to the hospital to investigate the murder and the press divulges the identity of the parents. Frank discovers a dark secret about Lenore and the baby.

The Davies expect a baby, which turns out to be a monster with a nasty habit of killing when it's scared. And it's easily scared. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


It's Alive torrent reviews

Brian H (kr) wrote: Good movie........not real happy with the way it ended but other then that it was a exciting scary movie that kept me interested from start to finish

Frankie (ca) wrote: This flick was beyond B movie I thought the acting was bad, the directing was bad I hope they broke even on this one, holy smokes!

Jon C (nl) wrote: wow, I couldn't be more disappointed and bored I don't mind the songs but they don't appeal that much enthusiasm plus what up with all these supporting characters if all of their arcs are never fully presented? we hardly get any real resolution with them I hated Vlad so much there should have been more Anna Kendrick in this movie sorry but I like High School Musical better

JuanPablo B (mx) wrote: Done in a museum, shows the struggles of an entered apprentice as he dives in between the different and heavy presences of some very interesting characters.

Dillon K (nl) wrote: An entertaining mix of high-school nostalgia with self-aware action based, resulting a fun rewind into the nineties.

Rodney E (ca) wrote: Bob Roberts is a movie that I maybe wanted to see but never really did because maybe I just wasn't interested. Politics bore me to death and a movie about a folk singing politician with a satirical bent doesn't seem like a decent romp. Maybe a tad too long to a point where it almost loses its welcome, Bob Roberts still has some humorous moments. I wouldn't really recommend it highly but would say that it is pretty good in a Christopher Guest kind of mockumentary way.

Paul D (au) wrote: Labouring cold-war drama portraying decent points of view on both sides of the political divide. The crux of the story is brutal, especially being based on the life of a Polish priest, however the choice of Christopher Lambert to portray him is questionable.

Dave L (gb) wrote: This is an unflinching look and an ultra realistic take on poverty in the african-american community. There are images that are very moving and one can see why this is popular with some critics. I found it difficult to wade through this film because of the lack of plot and narrative structure. Charles Burnett's film seems very episodic and shows different portraits of impoverished people who work very hard and are stuck where they are. Children, of course, play happily in the streets perhaps unaware of the extreme chances of them moving beyond poverty. This is definitely worth a view.

Brandon S (fr) wrote: Recently I got this movie as one of twenty in "Undead:The Vampire Collection." From the back of the box "An archeologist visits a remote island to bury his late father and, despite the warnings from the local people, opens the tomb of the vampire queen, buried over 700 years ago." That pretty much sums it up, just add the typical "devil's cult" to the island. I dont know why I like this movie so much but I do.One reason I like the film is the acting of Mark Damon. His character Peter seems real, and intriguing, and pitiful. Also Patty Shepard is a hottie without trying to be one. She plays Peter's sister Mary. I liked Teresa Gimpera as Hannah the vampire. She is a silent, haunting, and lovely "vampire queen." I like the movie's atmosphere. The blind salior deserves mention because he hams it up so well. He is the gnarled, old, local, yokel character so common in horror movies. He is the stoic variety of this character, and lays it on so thick one reviewer said of his performance "its not just a ham, its a whole butt roast!"The movie does have its problems though. The editor made the interesting decision of showing us at the very beginning that Peter is a bad guy. After that the movies plays out as if the audience doesnt know Peter is bad, until near the end when Mary uncovers his secrets. If I were the director/editor I would have kept the truth about Peter secret from the audience until Mary finds him out. The film had two directors. I wonder if perhaps the directors and the editor had different ideas of how to tell the story.The son, Chris, has to travel to this remote island (culturally remote anyways) because his father's body is trapped under a massive sarcophagus that fell on him. The only way to remove the body is to lift the three or four ton sarcophagus, but to do that some machinery will have to be build there in the underground tomb. As is shown in the beginning of the movie, the archeologist wasnt accidentally crushed, his body was placed underneath then the legs of the sarcophagus were broken. Here is a plot point that doesnt ring true. Why would a marble sarcophagus that weights tons be standing on four legs? Ive never seen a sarcophagus standing on legs, but I cant say there has never been one either. This is critical to the plot though, and off hand I cant think of a better way to get the archeologist under there. The idea itself is good for a horror movie: a son having to toil for hours in a tomb, working beside the rotting corpse of his father. Though after the father is crushed his body isnt shown again.Another incongruency happens after Mary is nearly kidnapped by a wild man. After he grabs her Chris catches up to them by the beach and fights him till he runs away crying, crying because Mary screams when she sees his disfigured face; yeah Im not making that up. Then Chris and Mary build a fire and get to know each other better. They end up falling asleep and sleep the entire night there near the beach. Ok...if you were just attacked by some wild man would you spend the night outdoors sleeping at the last place you last saw him? On top of that, by this point the two know a vicious dog and/or vampire is roaming the island. It makes no sense at all, its just a romantic evening spent by a campfire near a beach. Speaking of the wild man, he is another problem. He looks like a cross between a caveman and a pirate, and he is my least favorite part of the movie.There are two more things about the movie that seem wrong, but they might be considered a bit of a spoiler so skip the rest of this paragraph if you dont want to know. First, while Chris is working alone in the tomb he starts to come under the spell of Hannah. He removes the wolf bane from her sarcophagus, freeing her to leave. She leaves but she does not prey on Chris. Why not? She already had him under her hypnotic control, she had him alone in the tomb, he was the first person she had an opportunity to feed on in 700 years, but she didnt touch him. It only makes sense that he would have been her first human victim. If I had been the writer I would have had some other character, a native islander, go down into the tomb and become her first victim. Second, while Chris is looking for Mary he spots the wild man standing on a ledge above him, ready to leap. Chris hurls a wooden stake which pierces deep into the man killing him. Ok, regardless of what vampire movies might lead us to think, the human chest is a tough thing, not easily broken open by a fat stake. You would have to be the Hulk to throw a wooden stake at an upward angle and pierce the rib cage of a man standing some feet above you.Btw apparently this film exists in colour but my copy is B&W. Id like to see the colour version. Also I should warn that the movie doesnt have a whole lot of vampire action and it takes awhile before Hannah fully rises from the grave.

Tessa R (nl) wrote: slow burned right into my feelios