Summary: Mia Farrow plays Rosemary, a woman who fears for the well-being of her unborn child in this darkly comic witch tale. The film is suspenseful, creepy, and extremely well written. The fact that this horror film never seems to take itself overly seriously is one reason why it works on nearly every...
Impressive Version of the Movie For Those In Region B
9 October 2013
Excerpt: I haven't seen the Criterion version of this film, so can't make comparisons - but this is a really good transfer of a 1968 movie in its own right. My only real criticism is that there are no special features.
Excerpt: Is it just me, or does the main lullaby theme of Rosemary's Baby send chills down the back of your spine? I think that the Criterion Blu-ray of Rosemary's Baby and the Blu-ray of Philip Kaufman's 1978 version of Invasion of the Body Snatchers would make for a great double-feature night.
Excerpt: Criterion give to the classic a greatest blu-ray release , the movie itself is perfect ! a greatest thriller of horror , video is perfect has very details , is clean , the movie looks like filmmaker today is perfect !