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 The Unborn :: movie review 2009 (Odette Yustman)
The Unborn :: movie review 2009

The Unborn is a different take on the horror films of late, as the story unfolds there is an evil child that’s haunts Casey Beldon's (Odette Yustman) dreams and then comes to life (or un-life) as it might be. The story is starts with the mystery of what happened to Casey’s mother and why her eye is changing color and then unfolds into a modern fast passed horror/thriller with the story driving the action not vise versa. I don’t and won’t give too much away as to the plot, as I don’t like to read reviews were the whole thing is laded out, I’m assuming you might view this film and I won’t ruin it for you.  It has some very creepy music and a good cast, Gary Oldman as Rabbi Joseph Sendak is there to add an air of realism to the ensemble. I started watching this DVD alone at 11 o’clock and by 12, I was a little spooked and  a little bit scared. The use of special effects and some well timed shots and the music make this a good film and the writer/director David S. Goyer , did his job good well. This isn’t a movie for the faint at heart it was spooky and did make me jump a few times. Ok that said, I wish the back story of Casey's family was a little farther up in the story line it would have drawn me in sooner and would have been (in my opinion) a big plus. "Kids are scary" is the theme in a lot of movies, evil kids that haunt the living and pop out of nowhere, well this movie is one of the best I’ve seen at this and really made it seem as if it hadn’t been done before a million times.

The Unborn :: movie review 2009

The overhead camera work and airplane shots were a nice touch , there is a lead to one scene  where there are black trees with white snow, shot from an airplane that make interesting abstract patterns as the move by. The overall feel and the acting was all up to par and the locations and post production and special effects work well. This is a good not great film and I'm going to give it a “see it and or buy it”

The Unborn :: movie review 2009

The Unborn :: movie review 2009


Directed by David S. Goyer
Produced by Michael Bay, Andrew Form, Brad Fuller
Written by David S. Goyer
Starring     Odette Yustman, Gary Oldman, Cam Gigandet, Meagan Good, Jane Alexander, James Remar, Idris Elba, Rhys Coiro, Carla Gugino
Music by     Ramin Djawadi
Cinematography     James Hawkinson
Distributed by     Rogue Picture

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