Rosemary's Baby is a 1968 psychological horror film written and directed by Roman Polanski. It is based on the novel by Ira Levin of the same name. It tells about a young pregnant woman who believes that there is a conspiracy going on that is related to her baby. Soon, she finds out that her husband, neighbors, and doctors are all involved.
Why It Rocks
- Mia Farrow and Ruth Gordon both did a really excellent job, and their incredible acting abilities make the movie scarier and creepier than it sounds.
- The entire movie is very dark and makes the most casual things like cooking and phone calling scary.
- The ending was terrifying and unsettling.
- Excellent directing.
- The dream sequence has always been considered a classic horror scene.
- The movie can get long and boring sometimes because of its long duration of 2 hours 17 minutes.