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It Lives Again (1978)

"The 'It's Alive' Baby is back... Only now there are three of them."

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US: 31 December 1978
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Directed by: Larry Cohen
Writing Credits: Larry Cohen
Main Cast: Frederic Forrest Kathleen Lloyd John P. Ryan John Marley Andrew Duggan
Runtime: 91m

Plot Summary:

The story opens as another expectant couple, Eugene and Jody Scott (Frederic Forrest and Kathleen Lloyd), are paid a surprise visit by a stranger who turns out to be Frank Davies (John P. Ryan), the father of the original monster baby from the previous film. Davies warns the couple that their unborn child may be similarly at risk, and thereby in mortal danger from a nationwide task force dedicated to destroying the monster infants. Despite their initial apprehension, the Scotts eventually place a tenuous trust in the stranger, who explains that the children are not subhuman animals, but may actually represent the next step in human evolution -- a view shared by members of an underground organization devoted to the protection and study of the children. Davies secretes Eugene and Jody in this group's hideout so that they can attend to the birth of the child in safety. Discovering that their newborn is indeed one of the same mutants, the Scotts undergo a traumatic test of familial integrity, much like that of the Davies family in the previous film.

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