Thursday, June 03, 2010

The Top Ten Sci-Fi Babies

The Top Ten Sci-Fi Babies: "'Look out, puny world of humans, here I come!' Babies are supposed to be tender, fragile, and altogether lovable, not lethal weapons emerging from the womb ready to threaten mankind. Yet Vincenzo Natali's Splice, which opens tomorrow, features not one but two disquieting birth scenes. The second is more disturbing, as a quickly-developing fetus grabs hold of biochemist Sarah Polley and doesn't want to let go, requiring the intervention of fellow scientist (and love interest) Adrian Brody to come between them."