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Plot: In a desolate community full of drug-addled Marines and rumors of kidnapping, a wild-eyed stoner named Lou wakes up after a wild night of partying with symptoms of a strange illness and ... Runtime: 94 mins Release Date: 02 Sep 2016
This movie will stick with you for days.It is an eclectic film that can't be forced into one genre because it really takes on so many themes in 95 minutes. Strong performances from all the actors in the film, especially Natasha Lyonne's portrayal of Lou as she keeps you engaged and attached to a character who is not your typical protagonist. Another great strength of Antibirth is the visuals. Danny Perez is able to combine such raw and real imagery with bigger than life themes.I really enjoyed this film and I really can say I have never seen anything like this before. You know <more>
you're curious. So go ahead. Watch the film. Buckle up.
This caters to a particular audience and I am in that audience (by Nconiendo)
This is an artsy horror film that embraces raw American lower class, gritty characters, drugs and neon clothing. So this isn't for everyone and certainly caters to a particular audience. That being said I can recommend this movie if you are a big fan of either Chloe Sevigny or Natasha Lyone because their real life friendship is apparent in this film, especially a stoned dance scene in a trailer. They just had fun making this and embracing the dark, quirky elements, and that made it so enjoyable. If you liked the movies #Horror, Tales of Halloween, Honeybee, Bubba Ho-Tep, ABC's of <more>
Death, BeatleJuice, An American Werewolf in London or Tucker and Dale vs. Evil.... Then it's a pretty good chance you will get a kick out of Anti-Birth.
If you like horror, this film is exceptional. (by banglainey)
As a horror buff, I will usually watch anything, even grainy B-roll films or the kind of movies where the soundtrack is delayed by about 3 seconds or the music is really loud and the audio really quiet, or terrible acting or terrible special effects.This movie had none of that. It was really well done, and felt like a mainstream film. It's got the acting and high quality, but most importantly it's an interesting story that really makes you want to keep watching! I mean, don't get me wrong- we are talking about a protagonist with some very undesirable traits- but there's still <more>
something about it regardless of the undesirable content that you just don't want to look away from! And the lead character, some of her best roles are playing the smartass druggie but- she does it so well, this is really her best role! Was she typecast? Probably, but it paid off. She does great.I love the pace at which the story unfolds, telling a little at a time and leading up to a satisfyingly humorous and also appropriate ending that really ties it all together.Despite the racy content and the often deprecating humor, this movie had more to offer than most mainstream films nowadays! It's just too bad that not that many people will have a chance to find this diamond in the rough.
---- Spoilers, you have been warned ----Well. Where do I start?My boyfriend is off in France for two weeks and I was looking for ways to entertain myself, keep in mind I am a huge fan of Natasha Lyonne, I knew about this film from day one of its announcement, but got sick of my Twitter and took a break, got disconnected and WELL to my surprise, managed to stumble across this long awaited film by pure accident and had no second thoughts about watching it.Now, from the first second of watching the film, I knew it was going to be crazy, yes there was a party but then Lou was sitting in <more>
someone's house asking a vet about her chances of pregnancy? Okay. From that moment on, I knew this movie was right for me! Featuring a paranoid old lady and a paranoid young one , sexual references without actual sex and immense drug use and references, yes this film is right up my alley! I chuckled at the while cream can part near the start of the film.The film basically features Lou making bad choices party wise and becoming insanely paranoid about her potential unplanned pregnancy. On top of that, drug use is destroying her, physically and mentally.9/10 cause I feel the film was a little too unrealistic and out there for my liking, but wins at the same time because it was unpredictable. The effects where Lou turns into the monster were fantastic, definitely deserves applause.Okay like I said, I'm no expert with reviewing, but I hope that was okay! Can't wait to see Natasha, Chloe and the whole menagerie featured in more films like this someday!
This was a fantastic horror made especially good by Natasha Lyonne's great acting. I loved how Natasha made her character so realistic and likable. Chloe Sevigny also contributed great acting and you can tell the two of them have really good chemistry on set. The movie was well directed and had an interesting story line which led up to a shocking and unexpected ending.
Anti (by emontana-93401)
Well What Can I Say, It's An Independent Cult Movie.Unusual And So Wrong In Many Ways. My Kind Of Movie, Quirky Works For Me.
Was not prepared for that... (by rileymrodgers)
I was very skeptical of whether I would enjoy this film or not. I'm not much of a horror film fan. But I loved this film! It felt like some of it could have been based off of trauma which made it very relatable at points. The comparison's between the innocence and the trauma was good. Particularly noticeable in a scene at the Fun Zone where Lorna is talking about violence and fear while there is clips of a children's birthday party and laughter and cake. The dialogue was amazing, and I particularly loved the use of swear words by Lou. Overall I was highly surprised by how much I <more>
enjoyed and loved the film - it being a horror. It's even made it into my favourite films list.
Grotesque body horror set in a downtrodden America (by drownnnsoda)
"Antibirth" follows Lou, a hedonistic party-girl who lives hard in a desolate and depressed Michigan town. After blacking out at a party one night, she begins exhibiting bizarre pregnancy-like symptoms. Her friend Sadie believes she's simply pregnant, but Lou insists she has not had sex in a year. Meanwhile, an eccentric stranger arrives in the town, and the sinister nature of the local goings-on becomes increasingly apparent.Drawing on David Cronenberg and post-millennial conspiratoria, "Antibirth" is a unique genre offering that is in some ways truly original. The <more>
film begins as a straightforward tale of drug-use gone wrong, but as "it" grows within Lou, the narrative grows into something quite different. While the film does feel formless at times, meandering through the indolent lives of the characters, there is an immediacy and palpability to the rural ennui that has turned the small town into a drug-addled wasteland.Even when the film seems to plod, there are plenty of aesthetic features that make it an interesting viewing experience. Hallucinogenic sequences and hyperreal sci-fi blends with a nostalgic eighties sensibility, which lends the film a very distinct feel and atmosphere. Real-life pals Natasha Lyonne and Chloë Sevigny lead the film, and both do great jobs at playing lost thirty-somethings in a hopeless environment something of a return to Sevigny's role as a lost young woman in an economically-depressed Nebraska in "Boys Don't Cry" at the beginning of her career . Lyonne is snappy and likable, while Sevigny plays her aloof barfly friend. Meg Tilly has a great part as an eccentric clairvoyant. The final ten minutes of the film are where it really starts to gain some steam—as I said, it does meander in the middle—but the finale is giddily gruesome and catches the audience off guard. Overall, "Antibirth" is a solid effort that is helped greatly by talented actors and a remarkably well-realized aesthetic and attention to atmosphere. Even when the script is dragging its feet, the fronts on which the film excels are enough to keep it afloat. Fans of sci-fi and body horror will especially have fun with this weird and outrageous offering. 8/10.
Imagine Gummo written by David Cronenberg and directed by John Waters, and the result is Antibirth: a simultaneously interesting and repellent experience which combines black humor, social commentary and grotesque scenes which might be metaphors of something more complex, or simply tasteless grovels designed to defy the audience's sensibility. It will definitely not be everyone's cup of tea, but I personally liked Antibirth pretty much mainly due to its portrait of a sub-culture generally ignored by cinema, in which drugs and alcohol aren't "vices" which should be <more>
battled, but a natural part of daily life in order to forget the raw reality of a bad economy, wrong personal decisions and simple bad luck to find a worthy place in modern society. Described in broad terms, the screenplay of Antibirth might seem like a depressing tale about an abuse victim ignored by society and exploited by small-time criminals; but director and screenwriter Danny Pérez didn't seek the audience's compassion, but the expansion of our minds with surrealistic nightmares, government conspiracies and a clear message of distrust against the public institutions who attempt to limit the liberties of individuals... even if those liberties lead to their destruction. So, if you find the idea of watching decrepit but endearing characters facing insane but with a twisted dreamlike logic situations into a colorful rural environment, I can recommend Antibirth as an interesting antidote against the general stagnation of independent horror and the pretension of dishonest and artificial art-house cinema.