What was the name of following Horror Short Film from 70's (I believe)?
This short film involves a mother, whom everyone believes is crazy. She insists that her newborn is trying to kill her, because it didn't want to leave the womb. It tries driving her crazy, and toasting her with a faulty electric blanket. Her doctor comes over to sedate her, and realizes (too late) that she isn't crazy.
- MystMoonstruckLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
The Ray Bradbury Theater (Eighties TV anthology series)
"The Small Assassin" (episode)
starring Cyril Cusack, Leigh Lawson, Susan Wooldridge
Alice delivers an unwanted child, and Doctor Jeffers is apprehensive with the situation. He has a private conversation with her husband, David, but he says that Alice will get used to the baby. When the family moves to their manor, Alice is frightened, telling them that the baby wants to kill her. She swears that she is not being paranoid and asks David to protect her. Furthermore, she says that the baby never cries in his presence, and David says that babies do not do things like that. When Doctor Jeffers pays a visit to the family, he is met with a dreadful surprise.
Here's Part 1 on YouTube:
This story seems to have had a strong influence on the TV movie "Hush Little Baby" (2007), which you might find interesting.Source(s): http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0683230/
- batraLv 43 years ago
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