Critic Consensus: Though not entirely effective as a conventional horror flick, Grace is still a graphic, disturbing, and artful exploration of twisted maternal instinct.
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Critic Reviews for Grace
It's a horrifying meditation on the unbreakable union of mother and child.
Keeps you on the edge of your seat, or perhaps the edge of fleeing the theater.
It is a true original, and unlike all those remakes and retreads this is one movie that truly knows what scares you.
Paul Solet's gyno-horror flick is certainly twisted but only slightly unnerving; the movie is about as gripping as one might expect given that its infant monster is both mute and cradle-bound.
Creepy, yes, but what's the point of all of this bratty, poignance-free bloodletting?
Audience Reviews for Grace
Even if it does manage to be efficient sometimes, this overly twisted horror movie is unfortunately mostly unscary, which is not a problem per se, but it tries too hard to be much more graphic and sickening than genuinely unsettling.
This movie is sick as hell. Very disturbing. I saw this because of the poster. It seemed like "It's a good movie that will make you jump in every moment". But sadly it bored me to death (I'm still alive...muhahaha). Anyway, it looked like a low-budget movie. Every time I expected to see the baby with horrifying feature, instead, I saw a regular baby who looked like "Give me a toy, I want to play now!". The story was good but they couldn't make it useful. But I must confess the ending is good. It sounded like "there's going to be a part - 2, people". Another thing that caught my attention, why would anyone want to deliver their child in a bath tub? (or what do you call that?) Don't have any idea but that was weird. I think they did explained why but my ear was also bored to take it anymore. And fyi, that baby looked totally fake. Anyone can figure that (even the dog in your house).
Disturbing. Not so much for the scariness, but for the plot itself. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.