Drama • R • 1968 • 2 hr 18 min
Ever had a nagging suspicion that you were crazy, but conviction came from your gut? THIIIIS will give you validation.
This was and still is my top 5 favorite horror! ✨
A horror classic with a good plot and great acting by the main protagonist.
The pioneer in horror. Every horror flick you’ve seen probably took a piece from this film. Don’t trust anyone. Moral of the story….
The most terrifying part is how she had no autonomy and can't trust anyone around her. You question what's real and just a dream.
Perfect in so many ways and horrifying in so many ways.
An iconic creepy film from Polanski. Mia Farrow delivered a convincing performance.
A film that oozes with chills and shudders, Rosemary's Baby will have you saying "What?! No!!" time and time again. Just a good, scary flick
The scares still hold up! This film is extremely uncomfortable to watch and that’s what makes it good.
The direction, performances, set design, and red herrings perfectly culminate in a chilling climax that earns RB’s spot on AFI’s 100 thrills
A young couple, Rosemary and Guy, moves into an infamous New York apartment building, known by frightening legends and mysterious events, with the purpose of starting a family.
Having been adopted by the madam of a southwestern brothel, a now adult Adrian must cope with the fact that he's Satan's kid, and not living up to his expectations.
Prequel to the 1968 film Rosemary’s Baby.