Directed by Bruce McDonald
Teenage Dora must survive a Halloween night from hell when malevolent, pint-sized trick-or-treaters come knocking at her door. She gives them candy but these little hellions want more... much more. You see, they've discovered Dora is pregnant, and they want the life growing in her belly. Alone and under siege, Dora must protect herself and her unborn child as these homicidal pranksters hack, slash and chop their way through walls, doors and passers-by.
On Halloween night, Dora must protect herself and her unborn child as a band of malevolent pint-sized tricksters slash and chop their way through walls, doors and passers-by to get to her.
Cast: Chloe Rose, Robert Patrick, Rossif Sutherland, Rachel Wilson
Super stylized, very unique. Cool imagery, some creepiness.
Wasn't even fun or entertaining. Very difficult to get thru. If I didn't have COVID I would not have made myself suffer through this schlop.
Painful. Acting was dreadful and the storyline was a sponge (full of holes). I love B-Horror movies and this is a Z
The little child demons are a painfully obvious metaphor for her fear of having children, but the film doesn't flesh this out enough to justify a whole movie. This would have been better as a 20 minute short. More of a 2.5 than a 2