Fabulously-gorgeous co-ed Casey Beldon (Yustman) begins seeing disturbing images of a frightening young boy. Fearing she may be losing her sanity as her mother had years before, Casey turns to a Holocaust survivor (Alexander), who explains the events through a family connection to medical experiments performed by the Nazis on Casey's unborn twin brother nicknamed Jumby, who died in utero. Unnerving bugs, a freakish dog, scary mirrors, and the fact that Jumby wants to be born signals the need for Rabbi Sendak (Oldman) to perform an exorcism. The whole Nazi tie-in is a stretch and the final scene stalls, but heck, the Jewish exorcism theme is at least somewhat novel.
David S. Goyer's The Unborn is like a bad remake of a good Asian horror movie except there's no source material from which the American version could get be accused of being lost in translation. This one is just lost from inception. Actually, The Unborn practically feels like a remake ...Read More