The filmmakers of the upcoming horror indie movie ‘After Birth’ have been advised against sharing any graphic images of the baby featured in the film. The ban comes after the pictures have been described as shocking, offense and borderline obscene. In response to the censorship of the photos, DangerBitch Films director Tara Robinson, who helmed ‘After Birth,’ said “I’m just looking forward to when people actually get to see it! This is a twisted movie, but that’s what makes it fun.”
One of the producers of ‘After Birth,’ Leesa Rowland, added that even though “we’re anxious to show off what we’re doing, I can understand that some people will find these images extremely disturbing. People who want to see them will go see the film.”
Rowland and Robinson happily hired Special FX artist Mark Villalobos to work on the baby and the other creatures for ‘After Birth,’ which is set to be released in May 2013. The two women are happy Villalobos, who has worked on creatures for ‘The Devil’s Rejects,’ created the main attraction for their film.
“We are pulling out all the stops! For horror fans, it’s not going to disappoint,” Villaloboss aid of ‘After Birth.’ “We’re bringing one hell of a beast,” he added.
‘After Birth,’ which stars Nicola Fiore, tells the gritty story of a young homeless woman who gives birth to a flesh-eating demonic baby that she must battle for her own survival. The movie starts production in early November, and principal photography is set to film in Los Angeles and surrounding areas.
Written by: Karen Benardello
‘After Birth’ star Nicola Fiore