In 2009, young Glendale couple Kyle and Rachel Massy agree to document their first pregnancy for a TV reality show. But the production is halted after a series of unexplained events start plaguing the couple, causing Rachel to believe that she is possessed by a demon called Alastor, who wants to be reborn through her child. Told through the show’s un-aired footage and interviews from friends, family and production members, Delivery provides a first-hand account of the Massy’s tragic story. But did something really haunt poor Rachel?
Everything from Rosemary’s Baby to The Amityville Horror and Paranormal Diaries is riffed in this doomed pregnancy horror that uses video diaries and footage from an aired TV reality show to tell its creepy tale of demonic possession. But its short on scares and offers nothing here that we haven’t seen countless times before. If you want to see a film with the same premise, but done with a little more panache (and I’m not talking about Devil’s Due here), have a look at the disturbing Lovely Molly.
Delivery is available on DVD in the UK through Metrodome