Rosemary's Baby

"Excellent"

Rosemary's Baby Review


Hopelessly trapped in its late-'60s look, Rosemary's Baby is nonetheless a watershed movie in the horror genre. It takes an eternity to get moving, sure, but once this story of Mia Farrow's possessed belly gets moving, watch out, for there's no stopping the horror, the horror. The faces of cinema legend (Ruth Gordon, Ralph Bellamy) dot the movie throughout, but it's the smarmy John Cassavetes who steals the show, beating out even Farrow as the ultimate soft-spoken housewife who gets caught up in a world of hell. Er, literally.


Rosemary's Baby

Facts and Figures

Run time: 136 mins

In Theaters: Wednesday 12th June 1968

Box Office Worldwide: $33.4M

Budget: $3.2M

Production compaines: William Castle Productions, Paramount Pictures

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 4 / 5

IMDB: 8.0 / 10

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Starring: as Rosemary Woodhouse, as Guy Woodhouse, as Minnie Castevet, as Roman Castevet, as Edward Hutchins, as Dr. Abraham Sapirstein, Victoria Vetri as Terry Gionoffrio, as Laura-Louise McBirney, Elisha Cook, Jr. as Mr. Nicklas, Emmaline Henry as Elise Dunstan, Marianne Gordon as Joan Jellico, as Dr. Hill, as Grace Cardiff, Phil Leeds as Dr. Shand (as Philip Leeds), D'Urville Martin as Diego, Hope Summers as Mrs. Gilmore, Wende Wagner as Rosemary's Girl Friend (as Wendy Wagner)

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