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Rosemary's Baby

36 Ratings: 3.1
1968 American horror/thriller film written and directed by Roman Polanski

Based upon a best selling novel by Ira Levin.    The second chapter of the Apartment Life Trilogy    Tony Curtis has a voice cameo.  

Director: Roman Polanski
Genre: Horror, Action, Adventure
Release Date: June 12, 1968
MPAA Rating: R
3 reviews about Rosemary's Baby
Quick Tip by . August 26, 2009
Rosemary's Baby...one of the greatest horror thrillers of all time..still makes me cringe, just love Mia Farrow and John Cassavettes.
review by . December 22, 2008
posted in Screen Gems
After a Rough Night
WARNING: This film contains adult subject matter including occultism, sexuality/nudity, frightening images and some language.       In 1968, a controversial director named Roman Polanski (The Fearless Vampire Killers and The Ninth Gate) created a genuinely terrifying horror film. Rosemary's Baby was based on the novel by Ira Levin and proved to be a classic of modern horror films. The film is propelled by an astonishing cast who seem so natural in their respective roles …
review by . May 09, 2009
Rosemary's Baby is a film that's based upon a best selling novel written by Ira Levin. Unlike most novels that were made into movies, this film follows the book very closely. They're very similar except Roman Polaski adds an aura of paranoia and isolation to the film. Mia Farrow stars as a young bride who's dealing with her marriage and her husband (an aspiring actor played by John Cassavetes) who's looking for the right apartment for the young couple. They find the right place in an old complex …
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