Sometimes a film is intrinsically indebted to another. The Ones Below owes such gratitude to Roman Polanski’s pregnancy horror classic, Rosemary’s Baby. Building directly from another film, especially one as renowned and distinctive as Polanksi’s, adds a certain amount of pressure and expectation to a film; unfair or not, audiences expect you to either trump your predecessor or add to its legacy. 192 more words
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Seen at a Preview Screening at the London Film Festival 2015, with actors David Morrissey, Stephen Campbell Moore and director David Farr in attendance.
As one of the features in the Festivals “Cult Gala” selection, we were promised a thrilling feature that was set to unnerve you from the get go and “The Ones Below” completely delivered. 324 more words