A terrifying triple feature that confirms parenthood is a tough gig! "It's Alive" (1973, 87 minutes) - Cult director Larry Cohen delivers the ultimate parental nightmare. John Ryan and Sharon Farrell find that not only is their newborn a physical monstrosity, it is also capable of catching and killing its own lunch. With Michael Ansara, Andrew Duggan, and Guy Stockwell. This one is creepy. "It Lives Again" (1978, 86 minutes) - What began as a lone little hellion in "It's Alive" grows more numerous when "It Lives Again". Frederic Forrest and Kathleen Lloyd play parents who realize that perhaps the only way to stop the mutants' deadly spree is to become the bait for their own monster/child. In "It's Alive III: Island of the Alive" (1986, 84 minutes), the now global terrors are rounded up and relocated to a far-flung island - but not for long. Michael Moriarty and Karen Black star in a tale of human choices and monstrous consequences.
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