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Still traumatised by the loss of her husband, well-meaning social worker Ann Gentry (Anjanette Comer, The Loved One) throws herself into her latest assignment: the case of "Baby", a 21-year-old man with the mind of an infant - who crawls, cries and has yet to make it out of nappies. But Baby's family - the tyrannical "Mama" Wadsworth (Ruth Roman, Strangers on a Train) and her two demented daughters - aren't the only ones with a warped conception of familial relations, and the full horror only begins when Ann sets her sights on liberating the drooling man-child... and in so doing unleashes the wrath of the Wadsworth women.
45 years after its original release, this film remains one of the most bizarre horror movies ever committed to celluloid. Directed by Ted Post (Beneath the Planet of the Apes, Magnum Force) and co-starring Marianna Hill (Blood Beach, Messiah of Evil), The Baby is a twisted, psychedelic nightmare of suburban depravity.
Run Time: 84 mins
Number of Discs: 1
Year of Production: 1973
Director: Ted Post
Actors: Anjanette Comer, Ruth Roman, Marianna Hill
Down Will Come Baby - a new retrospective with film professor Rebekah McKendry
Tales from the Crib - archival audio Interview with director Ted Post
Baby Talk - archival audio Interview with Star David Mooney
Brand new audio commentary by Travis Crawford