- Actores: Odette Yustman, Jane Alexander, Meagan Good, Gary Oldman, Cam Gigandet
- Directores: David S. Goyer
- Formato: Adulto
- Audio: Italiano (Dolby Digital 5.1), Inglés (Dolby Digital 5.1), Castellano (Dolby Digital 5.1)
- Subtítulos: Castellano, Inglés, Italiano, Croata, Griego, Hebreo, Portugués, Eslavo
- Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
- Relación de aspecto: Desconocido
- Número de discos: 1
- Calificación española (ICAA): No recomendada para menores de 18 años
- Estudio: Paramount
- Duración: 85 minutos
- Valoración media de los clientes: 2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ver todas las opiniones (2 opiniones de clientes)
- ASIN: B0053CAJS8
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº14.691 en Películas y TV (Ver el Top 100 en Películas y TV)
La semilla del mal (The unborn) [DVD]
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Casey Beldon (Odette Yustman) odia a su madre por haberla abandonado de niña. Pero de una serie de acontecimientos inexplicables, Casey empieza a vislumbrar por qué se fue. Perseguida de noche por sueños horribles, y de día por fantasmas torturados, no le queda más remedio que recurrir al rabino Sendak (Gary Oldman) para encontrar una solución. Con la ayuda de Sendak, su mejor amiga Romy (Meagan Good) y su novio Mark (Cam Gigandet), Casey consigue descubrir que la maldición familiar remonta a la Alemania nazi: se trata de una criatura capaz de introducirse en cualquier ser, y que se hace más fuerte con cada posesión. La maldición sigue su curso. Si Casey quiere sobrevivir, deberá cerrar una puerta abierta por un nonato más allá de nuestro mundo.
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UPDATE: My daughter watched it with a couple of friends one night, and they asked her to turn it off so they could watch it during the daytime…they said it was too scary to watch at night!!!
Her friends are no help. Her dimwitted boyfriend Mark (Cam Gigandet; Twilight, Priest) would rather lay around in his tightie whities and express deep philosophical insights about how vast the universe is (hey, he may be pretty but he's no Himbo!) than offer any support to her. Her BFF Romy (Meagan Good; Saw 5, Eve's Bayou), who is suppose to be some sort of supernatural expert, is ready to have her commited. And her father is conviently out of town an no one has bothered to call him to let him know that his princess is in a desperate battle for her life and soul against a very powerful dybic (or a Hebrew demon).
But luckily for Casey she has her Grandma Sophia (Jane Alexander) on her side. Oh, wait, Grandma Sophia has been disposed of permanently by some double and triple jointed old guy in the home who can contort his body at wild angles and walk like a spider. So that leaves Rabi Sendak (Gary Oldman; Bram Stoker's Dracula, Romeo Is Bleeding) to connect with his inner Merrin and wage war against the dybic before it achieves it's ultimate goal of destroying Casey and being born into our world.
While it does sport so very impressive and, at times, very frightening visuals, it just can't erase the simple truth that this movie is boring. It's just one cliche scene after the other. So much do that it took me three sittings just to get through it. Yes I admit the upside down headed dog was impressive...the first one or two times. By the sixth and seventh sighting, I was ready to throw Cerberus a rawhide bone just to give it something more interesting to do besides snarl. The cast (aside from Gigandet who couldn't act his way convincingly through a Christmas play) does their best to lead us through this mess but even they appear to not fully know where the story is going. In one scene, after witnessing the death and reanimated possession of one of their friends, Casey, Mark, and Rabi Sendak appear in the very next scene at an all night diner acting as if nothing out of the ordinary had just happened. I, for one, would be freaking out and high tailing it to the first synagogue I found. Scenes like this play out all through the movie. The little boy tells Casey that "Jumby wants to be born now.". A few minutes later, Mr. Casey's Dad tells her that she had a twin who died in utero and that his nickname was, wait for it, Jumby (dun dun DUNNN! Quite a twist, huh? Betcha you didn't see this little tidbit of info coming!).
While they had a chance to pull off a fairly good idea, the execution of it is poor. The whole Jewish folklore surrounding the dybic demon sounds incredibly interesting and scary, in the end the producers opt for cheap thrills and jump scares. If Jumby really wants to born now, surely he would've picked a better script to be born through instead of this one. I'm giving it two stars for a few reasons: One for the visuals and for introducing us to the Dybic and a Jewish exorcism and Two just for the fact that Odette Annable looks really hot in her underwear that she models a lot through this movie.