Ron Perlman Intro - It's Alive (1974)
Guest host Ron Perlman introduces Its Alive, 1974.
It's Alive (1974) - Give Me One Of The Puppies
Idyllic if foreboding opening (Bernard Hermann music), writer-director-producer Larry Cohen gives us the evening it looks like the babys coming, Sharon Farrell the mom, John Ryan the dad, with a nice Walter Brennan impression, Daniel Holzman the kid, from Its Alive, 1974.
It's Alive (1974) - Just A Very Very Big Baby
All seems well, though mom Lenore (Sharon Farrell) is a little worried, with dad Frank (John Ryan) waiting in a Santa Monica maternity ward, then writer-producer-director Larry Cohen with as dramatic a mood shift as youll see, in the killer-baby horror hit Its Alive, 1974.
It's Alive (1974) - They Say It Has Teeth And Claws
The L-A cops (James Dixon, Michael Ansara) pretty ho-hum about finding another victim of the killer baby, then the mom (Sharon Farrell) with an new iffy nurse (Nancy Burnett), dad (John Ryan) intervening, then a bit of director Larry Cohens subjective killer-camera, in Its Alive, 1974.