Mutant Rugrats Run Amok . . . Film At Eleven!

 Contents Of Post:

  • The Suckling (LBX)
  • It’s Alive Collection (LBX)


The Suckling  
Widescreen 1.85:1 Color (Anamorphic)  /  Production Year: 1990  /  Region 1


He’ll Always Be Mommy’s Little Mutant

Looking for advice about an unexpected pregnancy, an innocent teenage couple wind up in a New York brothel. They accidentally set off a bizarre series of events that they’ll never forget…if they live to tell about it.

Everyone in the brothel is in the wrong place at the wrong time, especially when The Suckling becomes an unwanted customer.

The unconsenting girl is drugged, her baby aborted and the fetus flushed down the toilet. The baby, exposed to toxic waste, regenerates and transforms into a very vengeful mutant. Using its umbilical cord as a deadly tentacle, and its razor-sharp arms as claw-like weapons, the mutant begins to wreak absolute chaos. It transforms the house into a womb-like cocoon, surrounded by an airtight mucus membrane, from which there is no escape.

Features: Theatrical Trailer 


It’s Alive Collection    
Widescreen 1.85:1 Color  /  Region 1

Amazon US
Amazon CA (Original Packaging)
DVD Pacific
DVD Empire

It’s newborn. It’s Alive (Disc 1). And murder is what it knows best! A proud couple’s bundle of joy is really a newborn terror in filmmaker Larry Cohen’s cautionary cult hit that tapped into environmental fears. The horror grows when multiple child monsters rampage in It Lives Again (Disc 2/Side A) – and as two brave parents try to stop them by becoming the bait for their spree. The now global terrors are rounded up and relocated to a far-flung island (but not for long!) in It’s Alive III: Island of the Alive (Disc 2/Side B). Will a parent’s greatest nightmare become the world’s gravest fear? Find out…if you dare.


  • Commentary By Writer/Director Larry Cohen
  • Theatrical Trailers

About Shawn Francis

Movie collector and horror writer.
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