Much better than that statue of Britney Spears on the bearskin
I seem to be among the very few people who have an affection for The Howling III: The Marsupials. Sure, it's cheesy as hell, a classic bad, campy horror movie . . . but I mean, were-thylacines. Who could resist? And for me, oddly enough, the scene in which the heroine gives birth to her shapeshifter baby is beautiful, even moving.
Our heroine reveals her thrillingly realistic thylacine back stripes as she strips for action.
Did you know that female shapeshifters go all hairy during childbirth?
Just emerged. Aww, ain't it cute?
Someone did their research: just like a real marsupial, the heroine slicks a trail of saliva from her groin to her pouch for the baby to follow.
I think they meant the baby to have back stripes here, but instead it looks segmented like a worm.
She opens the pouch for it to climb inside . . .
. . . and in it goes.
Safely tucked away. :-)