VIDEO: Five Horror Films With Pregnant Women

Sep 25, 2010 · 246215 views

I went to a baby shower of a good friend the other day and it put me in baby frame of mind. But my mind is twisted- so here are five horror movies featuring pregnant women that I found on Youtube.

You may not be surprised that a couple of them were made right after the landmark Roe v Wade case.

1- Rosemary’s Baby

This is the best film of the bunch- lots of suspense as we see the ever cute Mia Farrow fall victim to the conspiracy of a Satanic cult. I don’t why this film, which was originally in color, is in black and white on Youtube, but it’s still a good watch.

2- The Stranger Within

While technically, not a horror film, this TV movie made right after Roe v. Wade, features Barbara Eden from “I Dream of Jeannie” struggling with a mysterious pregnancy. Drink every time you see a pendulum, a clock, a car pulling in or out of the driveway or Barbra Eden guzzling super hot coffee – pre-Starbucks!

3- It’s Alive

Another movie made right after Roe v. Wade with the tag-line for “There’s only one thing wrong with the Davis baby…. It’s Alive.” Don’t scare the baby in this movie, he’ll kill you.

4- The Brood

Mama gets what mama wants, and this case, it’s murder. Samantha Eggar stars as woman who creates a brood of children that do her bidding after undergoing experimental psychotherapy.

5- Braindead A.K.A. Dead Alive.

Peter Jackson made this film that features a zombie baby. It’s full of dark humor and plenty of gore.

    Comments

  1. Thomas Bottoms says:

    You forgot the French horror movie “Inside.” A pregnant woman is home alone on Christmas Eve when she gets a strange visitor/home intruder: A strange woman who has come to take her unborn baby; and she brought SCISSORS!!!

  2. Andy says:

    Rosemary’s baby is really worth a watch. Great movie! It also portrays the role of women in the 1960s well….controlled by men and the older generation.

  3. Rick Aiello says:

    Rosemary’s Baby was, and still is, one of the creepiest movies I’ve ever seen. And they did that through plot, camera angles, and great acting. It’s a classic!!

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