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Rosemary's Baby

Film Title

Rosemary’s Baby


Roman Polanski


  • Mia Farrow as Rosemary Woodhouse
  • John Cassavetes as Guy Woodhouse
  • Ruth Gordon as Minnie Castevet
  • Sidney Blackmer as Roman Castevet…
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Movie Reviews

'The Killing of a Chinese Bookie' (1976)

Written & Directed by John Cassavetes

Faces Distribution

Rated R, 108 min.

Many directors have made films that use strip clubs as a pivotal location, but few have successfully rendered pictures in which audiences can practically feel the bitter sting of smoke in their lungs, taste the oaky kick of cheap whiskey on their tongues, and absorb the sheer, desperate loneliness of it all, and allow it to flood through them as if it were their own. 1,017 more words


Pic of the Day: "The Killing of a Chinese Bookie" revisited

A shot of Timothy as Flo, the garrulous gangster of John CassavetesThe Killing of a Chinese Bookie (1976), can make any day better. “There’s hope, there’s hope, there’s hope!

Timothy Carey

the cassavetes effect.

“for masterpieces are not single and solitary births; they are the outcome of many years of thinking in common, of thinking by the body of the people, so that the experience of the mass is behind the single voice.” 8 more words

Fave Raves

October 28, 2015: Rosemary's Baby (1968)

Logline: A pregnant young woman suspects her neighbors are a coven of witches and Satan worshippers who have targeted her unborn baby.

Review: Roman Polanski’s… 184 more words

Favorite Films

CineStyle: Rosemary's Baby

This time of year, every year there are two films that I HAVE to watch, John Carpenter’s Halloween (1978) and Rosemary’s Baby (1968), baby!  Rosemary’s Baby follows young newlyweds who move into a beautiful apartment building. 339 more words


Halloween Sightings: 10 films to see this Halloween – No. 4 "Rosemary's Baby" (1968)

I’ve been feeling rather tired lately.  This is nothing new with my condition.  Once flu-like fatigue sets in for me, it makes it hard to move, read, write, or cook.  478 more words