Friday, April 16, 2010

Evil Tots! Movies with Evil Little Kids in them!


Horror/sci-fi films and thrillers have used a lot of themes and gimmicks through out the years to tell their tales. One of the most popular gimmicks is the one I like to call “the evil little kid” gimmick. This is the one where the film depicts a child, something we commonly associate with goodness, purity and innocence, turning evil somehow. This can be done by demon possession, by turning the child into a murderer, and alien, a zombie or simply turning him into one evil little bastard for no reason whatsoever. I guess if you've been a regular reader of this blog, by now you are used to my monster posts on any given subject, and this is one of them! The following are a series of films that play with these themes in one form or another. Hope you have fun reading through the list and adding some you haven’t seen to your list of must watch’s. Feel free to mention any that I might have left out!

Title: Village of the Damned (1960)

Director: Wolf Rilla

Comments: This movie was so ahead of its time! I’m surprised the dialog is so crisp and direct, so serious for a horror/sci-fi from the 60s. Normally, these kinds of genre films from the 60s can be quite goofy and cheesy, not this one though. The images of the alien kids are striking, and the lines they say, chilling. A very underrated horror/sci-fi. More people should see this one. Don’t underestimate it because it’s from the 60s and black and white, this movie will rock your socks off.

Quote: “You have to be taught to leave us alone”


Title: Children of the Damned (1964)

Director: Anton Leader

Comments: This is the sequel to 1960’s Children of the Damned. On this one, the big change is that the alien children come from all over the world, not just a small town in England. This is a very satisfying sequel with a really excellent climax. I love how ambiguous and mysterious the children remain even after the film is over. They feel like a true threat…yet at the same time, like the are wise in their ways. Highly recommend this sequel.


Title: Village of the Damned (1995)

Director: John Carpenter

Comments: John Carpenter’s take on the 1960 original. It stars Christopher Reeves in his last role before becoming a paraplegic. One of Carpenters best flicks. The children are a bit more evil on this version. The image of their glowing yellow eyes and their white hair will stay in your mind for a while.

Quote: “Why do you speak some thoughts, but not others?”



Title: Salem’s Lot (1979)

Director: Tobe Hooper

Comments: This is one of my childhood favorites. This was one of the first horror films to really scare me and didn’t let me sleep. That image of the vampire kids scratching the windows chilled me to the bone! And this was a t.v. movie! It benefits from having Hoopers direction.

Quote: “Open the window Mark. Please! Let me in! It’s okay I’m your friend. He commands it!”


Title: Orphan (2009)

Director: Jaume Collet Serra

Comments: Yeah, this movie is similar in themes to other evil children movie (most notably, it resembles ‘The Good Son’ a lot. But putting that aside, it’s the way this story is told that makes it special. Its surprisingly good from a visual perspective as well. Solid performance from the girl who plays the titular Orphan. A shocker of an ending!

Quote: “If I find out that you are lying, I will cut your little prick off before you know what its for. Do you understand me?”


Title: The Good Son (1993)

Director: Joseph Ruben

Comments: This was the movie that was supposed to change Mcaulay Culkin’s whole cute kid image that he worked so hard to build with the first two incredibly successful Home Alone movies. Gotta say, it was a shock to see him acting in this movie, where he is all sorts of evil. He infiltrates Elijah Woods family and tries to get them to hate him. This movie plays a lot like the recent Orphan.

Quote: “Once you realize you can do anything, you are free. You can fly. Nobody can touch you…nobody.”


Title: The Shinning (1980)

Director: Stanley Kubrick

Comments: A lot of people feel that the two ghost twins that appear at the end of a hallway in The Shining are far scarier than Jack Nicholson wielding an axe, I don't know if I agree with that, but I do know one thing. These ghost girls freak me out! Toppled with that image that follows of the corridor being flooded with buckets of blood and we got ourselves one freaky sequence. But even though we have these two ghost girls in the film, we also got one good kid, who has the ability to communicate with the dead. 




Title: Beyond the Door (1974)

Director: Ovidio G Assonitis

Comments: This was a cheap Italian The Exorcist rip-off. It has everything you liked from The Exorcist only done in a cheaper less classier way. But don’t underestimate this one, it has its moments. Problem is, you have to wait all all the wait till the end of the movie for it to get good. It does have one good moment in which the toys in the boys room come to life which is excellent. Also, even though this one is a cheap Italian knock off, in my opinion I think it might have influenced films like The Omen (1976) and Poltergeist.


Title: Shock (1977)

Director: Mario Bava and Lamberto Bava

Comment: This Mario Bava film, was co-directed with his son, Lamberto Bava. It was Mario Bava’s last film, so its special in that way. Unfortunately, its missing a lot of the things you might have loved from Bava’s earlier films. Mainly, the colors, and that old school gothic feel that films like Black Sabbath, Black Sunday and Baron Blood thrive in. This one was marketed as a sequel to Beyond the Door. It stars the same child actor who plays the evil kid on Beyond the Door. It has its moments as well, but like Beyond the Door, they are mostly clustered all the way in the ending of the film. It does have some standout nightmare sequences that you might enjoy.

Quote: “Mommy, I must kill you!”


Title: Pet Semetary (1989)

Director: Mary Lambert

Comment: I don’t know how they got the little kid in this film to act as evil as he did, but I have to say that those scenes are quite chilling! Just seeing that little kid chopping off some dudes ankle…jeez! I’ve always thought this movie was really creepy. Some might find the ghost character a little off putting, because he serves as a way to lighten things up a bit, but putting him aside, this movie is one creepy trip!


Title: Joshua (2007)

Director: George Ratliff

Comments: Similar in tone to films like The Good Son and Orphan. On this one, Joshua is the son of a wealthy couple who gets jealous when his mother gives birth to a new baby girl. When he feels neglected, he starts doing all sorts of crazy things to call attention upon himself. It gets creepy, but is very subtle with its horror roots. Those expecting a horror movie might get a bit disappointed. Its more of a psychological film.

Quote: “I’ll give you five dollars if you let me throw a rock at you”


Title: The Exorcist (1973)

Director: William Friedkin

Comments: The classic. I don’t think I need to say much about this one cause you all know how good this one is. Its probably the mother of all these evil little kid movies. I mean, the kid in this movie gets possessed by a bunch of demons! She screws a crucifix and spews yellow pea soup vomit at a priest, cant get worse then that I think.

Quote: “Your mother sucks cocks in hell Karras! You faithless slime!”


Title: The Omen (1976)

Director: Richard Donner

Comments: This one gives us the evil little kid formula in the form of the anti-christ. I find this movie to be extremely effective. Not many people have noticed this, but I think this movie was highly influential on the Final Destination films. It has that whole angle of pictures predicting deaths. And then the grizzly deaths occurring afterwards. Speaking of the deaths, they are extremely effective! This movie has one of the best decapitations ever on any film. The child is creepy as hell, without having much dialog in the film. It was followed by two more sequels, one shows Damian (the antichrist) as a teenager, the other as an adult. The crappy remake sucked ass, don’t bother with it.


Title: Night of the Living Dead (1968)

Director: George Romero

Comment: Romero’s classic has one of the first zombie kids on any movie! I remember showing my mother caught me one time seeing this movie when I was a kid…I was watching it one night, with the lights turned off and the volume low. But, sure enough, she came out of her room and decided to see what I was seeing! Strange how she chose to sit exactly during the moments when the zombie girl attacks her mother! She was extremely offended and turned off the t.v. right away, which of course led me to think one thing: this movie kicked ass!


Title: Children of the Corn (1984)

Director: Fritz Kiresch

Comment: I liked this movie because it comments on the crazy nature of religion. The leader says something and surely enough, there will be followers who do his or her bidding. All in the name of “the lord”. The monster in the end was a really disappointing, I was expecting a really cool monster. Unfortunately, it was incredibly cheap looking and pissed me off. This one was followed by an avalanche of never ending sequels, which continue to this very day! A remake was the most recent one, haven’t bothered watching it. Can anyone out there cue me in on if its good or not?

Quote: “We want to give you peace.”


Title: The Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983)

Director: Joe Dante

Joe Dante’s segment of this anthology film tells the story of a little boy with the powers to make any wish and thought he can think of true. So when his sister pisses him off with insults, he simply disappears her mouths! When his family pisses him off, he vanishes them off to another dimension! And when he gets really pissed off? The Warner Brothers cartoons that he loves to watch come to horrifying life!

Quote: “Its not fair! You are supposed to be happy when your dreams come true!”


Title: Dawn of the Dead (2004)

Director: Zack Snyder

Comments: There is a segment in which a pregnant lady on this film gives birth to a zombie baby. Its pretty effective, and when I saw I thought wow…this movie is so original! I had never seen anything like that on any movie! Then I find out years later that it had already been done in The Living Dead at the Manchester Morgue.


Title: The Addams Family (1991)

Director: Barry Sonnenfield

Comments: I love this movie and its awesome sequel to death. The comedy and the dialog is really hilarious. Wednesday and Pugsley Addams are hilarious with the deadly games they play. When Wednesday asks Pugsley to sit on an electric chair, he asks why and Wednesday answers “so we can play a game”. He asks “what game” and she answers “It’s called: Is there a God?” It is witty dialog like that one that keeps me going back to this well produced and directed film based on Charles Addams wonderfully gothic cartoons. Tim Burton is supposed to start production on a new Addams Family film, and its going to be done in stop motion animation. Let’s hope that production sees the light of day, because I’m really curious to see what Burton can do with The Addams Family franchise in stop motion animation. It should be something special.

Quote: “Nobody gets out of the Bermuda Triangle. Not even for a vacation, everybody knows that.”


Title: The Ring (2002)

Director: Gore Verbinski

Comments: To me this was a great example of how to make a good PG-13 horror film. You don’t need blood and guts to scare people to death, which this movie did; very effectively. I remember seeing it with an audience. The audience reaction in the theater was electrifying. The scene of the ghost emerging from the T.V. set was a movie moment if there ever was any! It was followed by an incredibly disappointing sequel, which curiously enough was directed by the guy who had made “Ringu” the original Japanese film on which this remake is based on!


Title: Wicked Little Things (2006)

Director: J.S. Cardone

Comments: This film is about a family that moves to a lonely cabin in the middle of nowhere Pennsylvania. They are not aware of it, but at night, a group of zombie kids emerges from nearby caves to feed! The images on this film are dark and atmospheric, unfortunately, the storyline feels convoluted at times and disjointed, resolving many plot points in a rush, and leaving other plot points in the air.



Title: The Lord of the Flies (1990)

Director: Harry Hook

Comments: This was one of the first films I saw that truly shocked the hell out of me! I was a kid, and had not seen many dramas or films that didn’t involve monsters or special effects. So when I went to see this one to the theaters, I remember leaving the theater strangely shocked and moved. I felt like I had just taken a cold shower. The movie is about a group of kids that crash land and end up surviving in a desserted island. Soon they divide into two groups. The more moral driven ones, and the more chaotic ones. A violent war for survival ensues. Highly recommend this one if you have never seen it.

Quote: “When you other brats get older, or hungry enough, you can join up too.”


Title: Interview with a Vampire (1994)

Director: Neil Jordan

Comments: This is one of my favorite vampire movies ever. Neil Jordan directs an epic life spanning tale of three vampires surviving in a world that rejects them. Kirsten Dunst steals the show as the little girl that gets turned into a vampire, only to remain a little girl for the rest of eternity! What happens when a little girl grows mentally, but not phiscally? She gets angry that’s what! This movie has some great visual effects! One scene has Kirsten Dunst slitting Tom Cruises throat! It looks so real you cant even tell that it was a puppet made out to look like Cruises character. A testament to the awesome special effects wizardry of Stan Winston.

Quote: “Good night sweet prince, may flights of devils wing you to your rest!”


Title: Halloween (2007)

Director: Rob Zombie

Comment: On this one we see a side of Michael Myers we had never seen before. His childhood. Want to see why Michael Myers was so messed up in the head? See this movie! The first half works as a prequel to the original Halloween, while its second half works as a remake of the original. Michael Myers was turned into a force of nature not to be fucked with on this film. Director Rob Zombie made sure he depicted Myers as a fierce unstoppable killing machine, in contrast to the more quiet and creepy nature of how John Carpenter portrayed him in the original. Not a bad remake in my book. Just different.

Quote: “I like the mask because it hides my face. It hides my ugliness”


Title: Kill Baby Kill (1966)

Director: Mario Bava

Comment: Bava was a master at creepy ghost stories, and this is one of the good ones as far as Im concerned. Atmospheric to the max! Not his best film, but certainly not his worst. This one has many of Bava’s signature visuals, creepy supernatural entities looking through windows, lots of fog and windy nights. And yes, even a witch features into the story. This film was extremely influential on Tim Burton’s Sleepy Hollow, so if anything, see it for the similarities with that film. But you should just watch it because its Mario Bava doing what he does best: gothic horror!


Title: Dead Alive (1992)

Director: Peter Jackson

Comment: The evil kid in this one is a zombie baby, offspring of a zombie priest and a zombie nurse. Yup, you read that right! And if you haven’t seen this gory splatter fest of a zombie film, then do yourself a favor and check it out. It’s a gag a minute blood bath that you wont soon forget. Its equal amounts comedy and horror. Plus you'll get a chance to see just what kind of film Peter Jackson was making before he did all those Lord of the Ring movies.  Highly recommended!



Other films I didnt have time to write about but have Evil Kids in them:

The Children (1980)

The Orphanage (2009)

Its Alive! (1974)

Grace (2009)

The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane (1976)

Who Can Kill a Child?


Night of the Living Dead (1990)

39 comments:

venoms5 said...

Great list! Some additional killer kid movies are

THE OTHER (1972)
THE GODSEND (1980)
DON'T GO TO SLEEP (1982)
BABY BLOOD (1990)
THE UNBORN (1991)
MIKEY (1992)
THE UNBORN 2 (1994)

The Film Connoisseur said...

Damn, I thought I had done a pretty complete list, but I knew I would have forgotten some. Id forgotten about The Unborn movies! I had not heard of the others you mentioned, but Im gonna be doing a search on them, thanks for the suggestions Venoms5!

The Film Connoisseur said...

Damn, I also forgot Rosemary's Baby, which has an evil little kid, though he only appears briefly.

Manuel said...

A strange fact is that Culkin wasnt really cast in The Good Son but, His father demanded the studios to give him the role. Never did like that movie the adults are sooooo stupid they dont even think their child is strange not even the way he talks, no kid talks like that!! Oh yeah Gage was really a highlight in Pet Cemetery ... wished he killed his annoying sister, oh well.

Mr. Fiendish said...

If there is one movie that you forgot about that you shouldn't have, is The Bad Seed, which was the original Evil Kid movie, with the littlest bitch ever Patty McCormick

I'm also surprised you mention the 1990 Lord of the Flies but not the classic 1960 version that was filmed in Puerto Rico.

Other than these two, it was an alright list. I forgive you for excluding Mikey, that movie sucks.

Aaron said...

Awesome list! Gage from PET SEMATARY owns all of those other kids. I'm glad you included JOSHUA because a lot of people overlooked that movie. I was surprised at how good it ended up being and the kid in it was super creepy. And it's weird to see Vera Farmiga in ORPHAN after seeing JOSHUA, too, because she's pretty much playing the same type of character in the same type of movie. The only other two movies I can think of that you missed are THE CHILDREN (2008?) and DEVIL TIMES FIVE (1974). Both of those are worth seeking out!

The Film Connoisseur said...

@Manuel: yeah, that was part of their effort to steer him away from being type cast as the cute little kid all the time.

@Mr.Fiendish: Actually, I didn't forget The Bad Seed, its just that I didn't find the poster when I was doing the post so I just left it out at the last minute. I haven't seen The Bad Seed, but Im gonna put it on my must watch list.

@Aaron: Agree with you on Vera Formiga, she was obviously chosen for Orphan because of her participation in Joshua. Joshua was good, but I thought it was kind of slow, but not bad film. I saw it in a horror film festival here in Puerto Rico, and they kicked off the festival with that movie. Needless to say, audiences weren't blown away, but hey, it was a good creepy movie.

Ill write down those suggestions you gave me, Devil Times Five, cool title.

Shaun Anderson said...

Great post Franco! - and with the additonal films suggested by others this is quite a complete list...The Bad Seed and Devil Times Five are really good examples...unfortunately the latter is quite elusive.

venoms5 said...

Oh no problem. Your list is awesome the way it is. I was just throwing some extra ones out there for the sake of the subject. I forgot about ROSEMARY'S BABY, too! Then there's the sequel, which I never saw. THE BAD SEED was one I couldn't remember. It's from '56 isn't it? DEVIL TIMES FIVE is kind of lousy. Decent exploitation movie, though. Then there's BLOODY BIRTHDAY, too. Hell, there's too many to keep up with! There's also that first and last nasty little segments in FROM A WHISPER TO A SCREAM. One of the best anthologies, imo.

Neil Fulwood said...

Great concept for a post. From the list you'd compiled, I'd have to give highest kudos to Kirsten Dunst in 'Interview with the Vampire'. She's incredibly scary because (a) she's almost illegally cute, like a doll come to life, (b) she channels an almost feral intensity, particularly in the scene where she tastes blood and coldly demands "I want more", and (c) she's completely devoid of conventional morality - like you say, an adult mentality trapped in a prepubescent body.

The Film Connoisseur said...

@Shaun: Damn, if it aint on dvd, its probably gonna be hard to see it, maybe its on YouTube. But I hate watching movies on YouTube, sometimes its the only way to watch on obscure gem.

@Venom5: Rosemary's Baby had a sequel? Damn, I don't think I have ever seen that one. It wasn't Polanski directing was it? I'll do a little research on that, it sounds interesting. But that sequel to Rosemarys Baby is one of those sequels that doesn't get mentioned.

Ive seen that happen with other films like the sequel for The French Connection for example. It has a sequel, yet nobody mentions it because the first is such a classic.

@Neil: Glad you liked the list, and I agree with you on Interview with a Vampire, Kirsten Dunst is awesome on it. That scene where she slices Tom Cruises neck is awesome. One of my favorites.

Ey, heres another I didn't put on my list: The Living Dead at the Manchester Morgue! It has a scene in which the main character goes into a hospital, and all the babies are zombie babies. VEry underrated horror film.

odenat said...

i like your anthologies, i'm quite addicted to your blog :)

Great work

Aaron said...

Another one I just thought of is SPOOKIES. There were a couple of killer kids in that one too, although the movie wasn't necessarily ABOUT them. The movie sucks, though, and I wouldn't recommend it. Just throwing another title out there.

The Film Connoisseur said...

@Odenat: thanks for reading and commenting!

@aaron: Spookies, damn, now theres an old one. I used to watch that one when I was a kid, but I do remember not liking it much.

Carl (ILHM) said...

Excellent selection homeslice, if you havent seen them already you might also consider checking out

THE OFFSPRING
PLAGUE TOWN
THE CHILD
BLOODY BIRTHDAY
CHILDREN AT PLAY

For more kid killing awesome-o-city Great post as usual man

The Film Connoisseur said...

Thanks for the recommendations Carl! Ill keep them in mind! Didn't know there were this many evil little kid movies!

venoms5 said...

The ROSEMARY'S BABY sequel was made for TV I think. I've not seen it.

I just remembered there's an evil vampire kid in VAMP (1986) that does a number on albino villain, Billy Drago.

There's one of the best in the 'It's A Good Life' episode of the TWILIGHT ZONE. The same episode was remade in TWILIGHT ZONE: THE MOVIE from '83.

There's also some mean ass kids in the 'And the Children Shall Lead' third season episode of the original STAR TREK. They're manipulated by an alien, but they do cause some damage.

The Film Connoisseur said...

Hey Venom5, I did a research on that Rosemarys Baby sequel, it was made for t.v, and it was called: WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO ROSEMARY'S BABY.

It follows the adventures of Rosemary's Baby (who was the anti-christ) and a strange cult of witches that want him, I think she tries to rescue her kid from the clutches of the cult...even though he IS the anti-christ.

Hey and yet another film I forgot to mention:

LET THE RIGHT ONE IN - the vampire girl on this film was awesome. Creepy and ominous.

Planet of Terror said...

Incredible post. Joshua is the only one I haven't seen. When done right, the creepy kid genre can be startling. I read through the comments but didn't get a sense. Have you seen the Children (2008)? If not, you need to. I think it ranks right up there with all time creepiest of creepy.

The Film Connoisseur said...

I haven't seen it POT, but Ill make it a point to do so man! I don't know if its in someway connected to that other film with the same title, but Ill find out. Thanks for the comments POT.

nostalgeek said...

Hi there,

I am wondering if someone could help me find a movie I used to watch as a kid (in the mid 80s).

It was with an evil girl and the only scene I remember is of her pushing a woman (her mom?) down the stairs.

I seem to remember the house was sort of country/colonial but I could be wrong.

venoms5 said...

I think you're referring to the 1982 TV horror movie DON'T GO TO SLEEP with Dennis Weaver.

The Film Connoisseur said...

@nostalgeek: Damn, I have no idea, your description is a little vague, you sure you cant remember anything else? Venom 5 could be right though!

Thanks for commenting!

Anonymous said...

nostalgeek - Could the movie be Alice Sweet Alice? (also released as Communion)

I don't remember much about it, but that there was an evil little girl that I seem to remember pushing Brooke Shields down a set of stairs.

Anonymous said...

Loved your list. Thanks! I'm currently working on a Masters focusing on evil child films and have so far found over 250 films - not all horrors of course. Have you ever seen Spielberg's 1972 made-for-tv film "Something Evil"? I highly recommend it. You may have also seen "Home Video" (2008) and a strange Spanish film from the same year called "Stevie" (2008) about a ghost with unfinished business.

The Film Connoisseur said...

Haven't seen any of the ones you've suggested, this sub-genre of horror films is pretty vast! Just this weekend I saw one called The Children (2008) from director Tom Shankland and Ghosthouse Underground. You might want to add it to your list of evil children films, I thought it was pretty decent, for a straight to dvd film.

Also a movie called Vinyan (2008) which I reviewed a while back, that one is an excellent evil little kids film.

boricuamarie85 said...

Really Like you list. Here's a suggestion: The Other (1972. Just saw it on TCM the other day.

The Film Connoisseur said...

I'll make a note of it Marie, thanks!

Anonymous said...

HEY! anyone know the name of a movie similar to joshua.. i think it was made earlier..
i remember waking up as a kid on the couch and it was on tv (late at night/ early morning) a little boy with glasses is jealous of his baby sister and tries harming her... i remember a scene where he takes his glasses off and sees people around him wearing glasses and when they are back on, no one is wearing them... really want to know the movie! it was on tv no later then 2003. sorry not too much known but its been bugging me for years!

Anonymous said...

This list was incredibly helpful! I'm writing a piece for my Children's Literature class regarding how children are depicted in movies. As I thought, evil kids (in movies) are white and pale. The only exception was the kids from "Lord of Flies," still white but at least tan. Does anyone know of a movie where the "evil child" was of some sort of darker ethnic decent?

The Film Connoisseur said...

Anonymous: There is a little kid in Children of the Damned (1964) who is black, in fact, all of the kids from Children of the Damned (the sequel to Village of the Damned) are from different ethnicities and countries, not just white. This is what makes that sequel unique and different from the original, plus it's a damn good sequel, highly recommend it.

Thanks for reading, glad you enjoyed the article!

Liz said...

great list. I have having a hell of a time finding a movie I saw when I was little. Maybe you can help. It's about a little boy who pretty much causes accidents to happen. the one scene I remember the best is him sitting in the car in the garage and the door gets stuck, his father goes to fix it and his tie gets caught on the chain and hangs him. any ideas?

The Film Connoisseur said...

I think you are referring to an episode from Tales from the Crypt, can't quite remember the name...

Anonymous said...

Ahhh still haven't gotten a reply from you!?
It's really bugging me that I can't find this movie... It has a really similar story line to Joshua.... but I saw this movie on tv maybe in 2000? so it was made definately before 2003.... All I remember is a little boy with glasses... he is jealous of the new baby and i think its a girl... he tries to hurt the baby and close to the end i remember he was bandaged around his eyes for some reason.... Please help! Any search I make comes up with Joshua: The Devil's Child but the movie I saw was made earlier!

The Film Connoisseur said...

Anonymous:

I saw a recent one called The Children (2008) from director Tom Shankland, dont know if that could be it.

Or maybe your taking about MIKEY (1992)? Mikey is the one that's most similar to JOSHUA, so I'm thinking that could be it.

Hope this was of help to you!

Anonymous said...

Ah sadly no. Oh god The Children creeped me out when I watched it! I wish I knew more about the movie though! Gosh these childhood memories that bug me! Hopefully I can find it some day hahah

candy said...

its driving me mad trying to think ov a film i watched as a child all i can remember is an evil jealous little girl and shes got a pair ov red shiny shoes which she loves if any one can remember i would b so grateful thanks xx

Anonymous said...

Does anybody know of a movie of a evil baby(or maybe a doll???) where the mom kill its by putting a spray can of some sort into a microwave causing the house to explode? I saw this when I was about 6 or 7 and have no idea what movie it was and I can't seem to find it anywhere!

Anonymous said...

When I was little I saw a movie in Mexican and it had 3 women living in an abandoded orphage. And one lady is blind and the main character is young. At the end both the blind women and main girl go to the basement and they find the dead orphans in tubs of blood. Does anyone know the name!? Please

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