Directed by Ted Post
A social worker tries to rescue an adult baby from his very creepy family in this essential ‘70s cult classic. Ann is determined to help “Baby”, who she suspects is being kept in his infantilized state by mean mommy Ruth Roman. But the more Ann tries to play miracle worker, the more she puts herself in grave danger. Mommy likes things just as they are! One of the weirdest horror films to come out of the 1970’s (and that’s saying a lot), THE BABY is the kind of twisted delight you flip out over – and then spend the rest of your life showing to friends.
A social worker tries to rescue an adult baby from his very creepy family.
Cast: Anjanette Comer, Ruth Roman, Marianna Hill
This movie is an absolute must-see but the most insane thing is that it somehow, SOMEHOW has a PG rating. The movie with an adult baby diaper change, electroprod torture and physical abuse is PG.
Just go ahead and put it on already, it sounds weird but do it.
A Classic and the ending is a jawdropper
Fantastic movie, ending was a fun surprise though maybe predictable
This film was made when interest in the Gothic genre was resurging. That interest in psychosexual family drama, coupled with the 70's new ability to actually, explicitly SHOW said psychosexual family drama, led to, well, 70's horror. And 'Baby.' That tells you everything you need to know about whether or not you're interested. In my opinion, 'Baby' is everything you could want out of that genre. You'll never forget it!