The Unborn (2009)
Painfully trite horror yarn dealing with nightmare visions and possessing spirits, this time in the form of some Jewish mysticism. If the story is refreshing and interesting in its own right, director David S. Goyer sure isn't able to convey it. He stumbles through every single horror stereotype he can find, and in the process is able to castrate any possible scare the film might have had the potential for. That a film of this calibre is thematically uninteresting isn't news, but that it is filmatically as dull as this is no excuse for the filmmakers. Gary Oldman appears in a role he might as well have phoned in.