Sharon (Joan Collins), a former stripper, who had married a rich Italian (Ralph Bates) gives birth to an evil child. Through a series of flashbacks we learn that one of her old co-workers, a dwarf, was in love with her--and when she spurned him he put a curse on her. How do we know this? When the baby exhibits unnatural strength and violence we see the dwarf in his place, which is a bit unsettling. She expresses her concerns to her OBGYN (Donald Pleasance) but he's not that concerned by the baby's strength. Then, people start dying, including Sharon's husband, who is hanged, and her stripper friend (Caroline Munro). The movie has a definite surreal feel to it and is unintentionally funny, such as when the off-screen baby throws a rope around his father's neck and hoists him up, then hides the body under a sewer grate. This is perhaps one of the weirder horror films influenced by ROSEMARY'S BABY. In fact, the original title of this movie is SHARON'S BABY.