Film #15 of the Halloween 31
In a class, we studied the film "Rosemary's Baby", which I had seen before, but not recently. As such, I was glad that it made it into my Halloween 31, as I had forgotten just how much I loved this film.
The film is extremely well-made. The atmosphere is phenomenally built with a combination of the score and the cinematography. This film's goal is not to make you scared by making you jump, but rather, to make you feel a true sense of dread. It is definitely an extremely creepy film.
The film is rather well-written too. Its pace is slow, but never boring, and the film is full of metaphors. The characters are very well-developed, including the antagonists. The ambiguous ending is truly amazing and allows the audience to interpret the film as they wish. That being said, it is not a film for everyone, although I do love it.
So overall, I think that "Rosemary's Baby" is a well-made horror-drama. If you don't mind a bizarre film, check it out.
Big Tuna's Rating: A
How Did I Watch It?: DVD/Blu-Ray in a class.
Had I Seen It Before?: Yes.
Would I Watch It Again?: Yes.
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