Dead Babies are Out for Revenge in the Thai Horror Outing 2002 Unborn Children


If you want to see some truly shocking and depraved horror movies, turn to Thailand. The vast majority of their horror output deals with one controversial subject or another, which, in my opinion, is precisely what horror should do. And while plot details surrounding the upcoming genre effort “2002 Unborn Children” are sketchy at best, it’s not too hard to figure out that there are a lot of dead babies looking for a little revenge. Once you’ve seen the fan-subbed teasers and have gazed longingly at the embedded poster, a very disturbing story begins to take shape. I’m definitely intrigued.

“2002 Unborn Children” opens in Thailand this March. Once again, special thanks to Film Smash for providing the details about this dark and dreary flick.

The Unborn Child (2011) Movie Poster

Author: Todd Rigney

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  • Brent

    Sweet baby jesus this has the potential to be incredible. I like how the trash bag twitches at the end of the first clip. Baby Vengeance!

  • Juggernaut

    OOOH Scary! I cna’t believe “They are real exist!” ROTFL!!!!!

  • Nix

    This is actually based on a true story. It was all over the Thai news last year and was a major national tragedy. Apparently the babies were all aborted babies.

  • Arthur

    Thailand has jumped into the Asian horror big time. “Shutter” put them on the map. With hits like “Alone”, “The Sisters”, “4bia”, “Phobia 2″, “Coming Soon”, “Ghost Of Mae Nak” and many, many more, Thailand is here to stay with its Asian horror films. This new film seems very promising.