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Jordan Ladd Needs To Get A Handle On Her Baby

If you don’t remember Jordan Ladd from Cabin Fever, well, you’re probably not alone.  It took me a couple minutes before I got my “oh, yeah!” moment on that one.  So it struck me as a bit of a surprised to find out that she was going to be showing up in a new horror movie to be released sometime next year, at last report.

And frankly, it’s going to be a doozy.  Entitled Grace, and set to come out next year, Ladd plays Madeline Matheson, a woman eight months pregnant with every intention of delivering her unborn child naturally.  The child in question, the titular Grace, is killed while in utero after an accident, and Madeline, the grieving mother, makes the decision to carry the corpse to full term.  Only a couple weeks later, Madeline delivers…and the child has mysteriously returned to life.  And the baby…is HUNGRY.

You can just about imagine for what, too.

The question at this point is one of execution—zombie baby?  Demon baby?  I don’t know, but it’s probably going to be one wild night with the baby.

By The Grace of Jordan Ladd

 

Paul Solet’s Grace, o my readership, is poised to be an amazing concentration of terror hottie joy intermingled with a rare and unique plotline, and definitely positions it as one to add to your already full-to-bursting list of movies to watch in the coming months.

When you get a look at the cast list, with names like Jordan Ladd, Samantha Ferris, and Gabrielle Rose, you know there will be plenty of terror hotties to go around.

This leaves us with the plot, which I’ve already gone on record as calling “rare and unique”, and with good reason.  Basically, Grace is all about a woman who’s eight months pregnant and determined to deliver her unborn child in a thoroughly natural fashion.  This is where the reference to “Grace” comes in as it’s also the name of the child-to-be. A heartbreaking accident at the eighth month of pregnancy leaves the unborn Grace dead in her mother’s womb, but in a position explainable only by mother love or possibly raging insanity, the mother insists on carrying the baby to term.

And when the baby is born alive and well…that’s when all hell breaks loose.

Not bad, eh?  I know I’m looking forward to it!