Who Can Kill A Child? – Movie Review: Killer Kid Movie

Who Can Kill A Child? – Movie Review: Killer Kid Movie
I’m never having kids! In today’s movie review we take a look at the creepy kid movie Who Can Kill A Child. A young couple on vacation arrives on an abandoned spanish island. They soon discover that the village children have gone insane and murdered all the adults. Justin gives his movie review.

Starring: Lewis Fiander, Prunella Ransome and Antonio Iranzo

Directed By: Narciso Ibanez Serrador.

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Frankie Stein says:

My favorite killer kid films are this one, The Children, All the Kind Strangers, Bloody Birthday and my favorite, Devil Times Five/People Toys. That movie was a lot of fun and made even better by the creepy performance by the girl playing “Sister Hannah”.

Monkey Spit says:

hey Justin, Ive sent to you via facebook a couple of recommendations of books and dvds that are great for grindhouse research, one of which is the book “Nightmare USA: the untold story of the exploitation independants” by Stephen Thrower. If its grindhouse you want this is the holy grail of info. Just remember to lift with your knees if you get a copy. Like i said the infos on your FB if you wanna check it out, i sent a pic of the book with the message

Phill O.Stein says:

The opening credits put me off originally as I first saw it shortly after the birth of my child and didn’t want to see real dead kids! But I returned to it later and it is a great film, I found the bit where a girl whispers to the baby bump and apparently affect the baby a bit cheesy, but over all it is great, another good one is Caution Children at Play from Troma (I believe) the film is slow in places but had an amazing finale

bluntzillavideo says:

Looks like a cool flick, Ill be on the lookout

tank butt says:

Watching your stuff is like watching old school youtube.

Deathtone says:

Bloody Birthday is a good killer kids movie. Great review by the way. I’ll have to check it out.

Andy Worden says:

“…your special someone and some birth control”. Sounds legitimate. Lovely review and I’ve yet to see this. Sounds pretty iconic.

Werny says:

*reads title*
Ooooooooooooooohhhhh, this is gonna be fun.

Jānis se prononce Yanis says:

I remember this spanish horror film, it’s a very good film. The ending is great, the scene when the child touch the belly of the pregnant woman is creepy. And the last scene when the guy is killed by the police officer because they believe he was a criminal is very sad

Wim Van der Straeten says:

I know it’s an obvious choice, but the young Damien Thorne in “The Omen” is my favorite “evil kid”. Harvey Stephens, the actor who portrayed him, was really convincing. The same thing can’t be said about the actor who portrayed him in the remake.

swapo swapo says:

Bad seed and village of dammed are my favourite but this movie looks much more horrifying

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