Kermit Gosnell was an abortionist in West Philadelphia, who operated a “House of Horrors” abortion clinic.

Gosnell is currently serving three consecutive life sentences for each of the three full-term babies he murdered. Gosnell was also convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Karnamaya Mongar, who was overdosed on anesthetic by staff with no medical training.

The movie about his crimes may sound grotesque, but those who have seen it urge others to go. Far from being just a horror film, this film unveils the plight of unborn babies; their abandonment, the extent to which those in authority turn a blind eye, and the valour of those who sough to put Gosnell behind bars.

Quoting Maria Gallagher of, "In the end, however, the experience left me with a profound hope: the more people who see “Gosnell,” the more likely people will take positive, decisive action to defend life, wherever and whenever it is threatened."

Kristan Hawkins, Students for Life of America wrote, “After watching the Gosnell movie, I’m angry, I’m sad, and I’m more motivated than ever to end abortion. Everyone should watch Gosnell. If pro-choice, they need to be able to defend their beliefs. If pro-life, they need to ask themselves why they aren’t active in ending this atrocity.”

The movie opens in American theaters this October 12th.

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