An airplane crashes. One survivor, a young boy, leaves the plane alive. A
news reporter and her photographer husband adopt him. Bad move. Turns out he is
the spawn of Satan, and kills his first adoptive parents before he leaves the
hospital. The second victim is grandpa. With grandpa out of the way, Lucy Fir is
hired as a nanny, and to provide the breast exposure. Things don't go well for
anyone around the boy.
This is theoretically a spoof of "spawn of Satan" films, and had they made it
clearer in pre-release, or even on the DVD box, that this was a spoof, the film might have been better
received. As it stood, the fans of Asylum Films expected horror, and were not
pleased. On the other hand, even if we assume a spoof, it is of dubious value.
The low IMDb score sums it up quite well. There is nothing wrong with the
photography, but there's no real laughs, the story is a yawner, and it's such a
lackadaisical effort that the director had to run the credits in slow motion to
pad the running time to 80 minutes.
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explanation, because the grading is not linear. For example, by
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C is solid and a C+ is a VERY good movie. There are very few Bs
and As. Based on our descriptive system, this film is a: