Rosemary’s Baby – Review


I still have very vivid memories of the first time when I watched Roman Polanski’s Rosemary’s Baby – it was at a point in my life when my interest in the horror genre was only steadily growing and I stumbled across it as it was playing on television. I could not stop thinking about the film ever since, and thus I watched it again at my next opportunity. But I quickly begun to realize why Rosemary’s Baby had grabbed me in the manner that it did, for Roman Polanski’s American debut still feels timeless – and remains one of the very best horror films ever to have been made. It’s a horror film that isn’t limited to excelling as one of the best of its genre, but among many more reasons it has only stuck around over the years so beautifully it goes down to the bone of where our fears are built.

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