|Murder in the Kindergarten|
Their are several scenes with the little girl topless that I don't think would even be legal if they were filmed today. It's weird, because I don't know if they were INTENDED to be disturbing then, or if that is just a sign of the changing standards of what is considered appropriate between the 1970s and today (probably both). There is one scene where the daughter stands topless in her bedroom, bathed in golden light, as her father snaps Polaroids of her, and he's actually doing it to record evidence of her scratches and bruises, because he thinks her mother is abusing her. But when I first saw it, my reaction was "WTF, is he making child pornography?"
|Young Child is Attacked by The Brood|
MORE SCREENCAPS AFTER THE BREAK...
|Murderous Mutant on the Stairs|
|Oscar the Grouch|
|The Shape of Rage|
|Creepy Photo on the Front Page|
|The Kids Don't Enjoy Watching a Murder|
|Walking In the Snow|
|Police Seek Dwarf Killers|
|"Please be my daddy!"|
|Walking In the Dark|
|Oliver Reed Vs. The Brood|
|Crying Little Girl|