This Frankenstein-inspired horror is so graphic it’s sickening Sundance viewers

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Hanging out with this kid will make you sick.

The Sundance Film Festival has always been where the legend of some of the scariest movies began, including The Blair Witch Project and James Wan’s Saw. Well, 2023 seems to be adding a new name to that list: Birth/Rebirth, a Frankenstein-inspired psychological horror film.

The film shows so vividly what it means for a child to be resurrected that many viewers felt nauseous watching it. So much so that first responders were called to the scene to look for dangerous reasons for it. They didn’t find anything, so the reason people get sick is because of the movie and all of its clinical, explicit horror.

Birth/Rebirth tells the story of a morgue technician who successfully resuscitates a little girl’s body, but in order to keep her breathing she must collect biological material from pregnant women. When the girl’s mother, a nurse, discovers her baby is alive, they strike a deal that will force them both down a dark path of no return.

If viewers don’t get nauseous while watching, this Shudder movie has received great reviews from critics, earning a 96% rating Rotten tomatoeswhile calling it a feminist horror masterpiece.

Laura Moss is directing Birth/Rebirth, her film debut, starring Judy Reyes (Scrubs), Marin Ireland (The Umbrella Academy), AJ Lister (A Haunting) and Breeda Wool (National Treasure: Edge of History).

https://twinfinite.net/2023/01/this-frankenstein-inspired-horror-is-so-graphic-its-making-sundance-viewers-sick/ This Frankenstein-inspired horror is so graphic it’s sickening Sundance viewers

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