On a secluded family farm, a mother suffers a psychotic break due to postpartum depression.
There are some films out there that have the ability to make you cringe, this film is one of them.
The line between Horror and Thriller is very, very thin. It's becoming smaller and smaller each year and has been for a long time, but that isn't a bad thing, In-fact I think it's fantastic because the two genres have always been so close so why not start to merge.
If you're a parent you'll find yourself split in two with this film, we've all had our moments around kids were we've just wanted to silence them and try to relax, you may even have had a darker thought for a nano second. Well this film takes it all to a whole new level.
This film is not for everyone, that I can assure you of, films featuring kids being killed isn't exactly a family night feature. But if you can find it in yourself to sit through and look past the dark concept it you'll be treated to a highly tense filled flick that keeps you on the edge of your seat.
Colleen Porch puts in an Oscar winning performance as 'Mom', she plays the part of the broken parent so, so well. She carries the film and you find yourself transfixed when she's on screen, how her career hasn't took off in a big way yet I'll never know.
"Baby Blues" is a roller-coaster of a film and as I stated earlier it's not for everyone but if you can view it, you're in for a treat.
If you want to see the "Baby Blues" trailer then just click on the video below: