I Don't Want to Be Born

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Time Out says

Sasdy, once thought by many to be the great black hope for British horror films, here turned in - aptly enough - an abortion. Comparing unfavourably with It's Alive (made the previous year), it is both derivative and disastrous in every respect: a poor idea (Joan Collins gives birth to a big baby possessed by a devil whose medium is a dwarf she once spurned), an abominable screenplay by Stanley Price ('I keep getting these awful premonitions'), ludicrous acting (poor Eileen Atkins as an Italian nun), and worst of all, Sasdy's direction. The market for this film must have been planned as the Continent or the States, because almost every foot of film not concerned with the baby is travelogue at its most banal - extraneous shots of Westminster and Oxford Street, plugs for Fortnum & Mason and Holiday Inns. Completing this sorry tale of rip-off is borrowing from The Exorcist, Hilary Mason from Don't Look Now, and any number of details from Amicus, Hammer and Swinging London horrors. Give it a wide berth.
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UK release:

1975

Duration:

94 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Peter Sasdy

Cast:

Caroline Munro, Ralph Bates, Donald Pleasence, Eileen Atkins, Joan Collins, Hilary Mason

Music:

Ron Grainer

Art Director:

Roy Stannard

Editor:

Keith Palmer

Cinematography:

Ken Talbot

Screenwriter:

Stanley Price

Producer:

Norma Corney

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George Claydon&#039;s number one fan

Best film ever. Don't pay attention to the below review, it's amazing! Claydon is the best man to ever grace the plaet. His arse is the most beautiful sight I have ever seen and I heard that if one looks a it for too long you'll go blind. But you won't care beause you will know that your eyes have feasted upon the most majestic visual image in creation.