A horror film combining ghostly children, Nazi experiments, and the Kabbalah, THE UNBORN also features a strong female heroine and plenty of surprisingly gruesome shocks. Writer-director David S. Goyer (BLADE: TRINITY) has seemingly taken inspiration from classics like ROSEMARYS BABY (1968) and THE EXORCIST (1974), as well as the more recent THE EYE (2002), during the creation of this slick thriller featuring an attractive young cast and some disturbing effects work. College student Casey Beldon (Odette Yustman, CLOVERFIELD) begins having dreams about a spooky little boy with bright blue eyes. She thinks nothing of it as first, but when the image becomes a recurring motif and the boy she babysits for hits her in the face and tells her "Jumby wants to be born now," she begins to get frightened. Starring Gary Oldman, Odette Yustman, James Remar, Jane Alexander, Director David S. Goyer Special Features: Anamorphic Widescreen - 2.40 Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround English, French, Spanish Subtitles: English, SDH, French, Spanish - Unrated, Rated Additional Release Material: Deleted Scenes Runtime: 88 Minutes.