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This is a psychological thriller, a horror film and a drama.
It's that "oh my god I can't believe this is really happening to me and there is no one who can help me" type of horror movie.
This is one of the most impressive horror film's I've ever seen in my life and may be my favorite horror movie of all time.
It came on time in a cheap box. This is a great movie for so many reasons, like the clothes and the hooked rug pillows. The commentary disappointed me, the "CC" was fine. Read morePublished 19 days ago by JAY
I love this movie. It is made simply but I can't stop watching it. The music is awesome. Mia Farrow is great, Ruth Gordon won an Oscar for her quirky performance.Published 21 days ago by MAUI GG
Dated but still a great movie for Halloween.... or a house-bound winter afternoon!Published 29 days ago by Azule Cat
great picture and sound and the extra interview footage makes this enjoyable to watch.Published 1 month ago by catskinner
I really enjoyed watching Rosemary's baby I recommend everyone own this movie it's a classic they don't make movies like this nomore.Published 1 month ago by Gwendolyn Belle
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|Isn't there a NR edition of this movie (much better) than the R rated...||
No. And remember, this movie is nearly fifty yrs old, long before films were created with "alternative" this-or-that's.
Jul 5, 2010 by Sunshine Greeny | See all 2 posts
|Collector's Edition DVD?||
The film's original aspect ratio of 1.66:1 would be nice, too.
Jul 8, 2006 by Simon James Constable | See all 5 posts