12/12/12 (film)

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Film

12/12/12 (aka Evil Born) is a 2012 American horror film written and directed by Jared Cohn. The movie was released on December 4, 2012 and was filmed in Los Angeles, California.[1][2][3][4]

Plot

The film begins with a baby, Sebastian, being born. After Sebastian viciously murders the doctors who delivered him, his mother (Sara Malakul Lane) realizes that there is something seriously wrong with the child (It is later found out that Sebastian is a child from Satan). Over the course of the movie, Sebastian brutally murders many people and tragedy strikes many others. Mahari (Jesus Guevara) attempts to steal the baby from Sebastian's birth parents many times and eventually does. He steals Sebastian in order to embrace his evil calling. Police officers attempt to kill Mahari but Mahari and his companions use Sebastian to murder them. The movie ends with all the main characters dead, and their deaths were associated in some way to Sebastian and Krenz Harvey.

Cast

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Reception

Template:Expand section Dread Central called it an "Omen-esque horror flick titled after the date on which its hellspawn will be born."[1] Filming the project created controversy in Thailand, Sara Malakul Lane’s, where set photos showing Lane in costume looking as if pregnant were mistakenly thought to be real, for their are cultural taboos there about unwed motherhood.[1]

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