Wednesday, 8 December 2010

Rosemary’s Baby

                                       Rosemary’s Baby (1968) Director: Roman Polanski

The firms is a grate and brilliant  production touching the mind in a in a away were you don't wont to have baby's because it might not be what u are looking for. After a couple move in to a flat (apartment) in a house in America mad and crazy thing start to happen.The neighbours begin to take a likening to the couple. A couple of weeks after the move in the couple wont to have a baby. This is the start of the madness Rosemary begins to get ill but you might think it's normal but its not what you think the neighbours want the baby for use to raise the devil.  The use of colour in this film is a key fetcher and gives a dull and sickly filling. and the blur of the camera makes you fill like your not in control

Roman Polanski somehow brought his brand of paranoid horror to the Hollywood mainstream with rousing success.
M. Anderson
a masterpiece of paranoid tension about evil lurking in the mundane
Genuinely frightening in a way that's impossible to top 35 years later.


  1. Great to see this review arrive, but the brief does now ask you to present your reviews in a specific way:

    from the brief:

    "Reviews of the ‘The Unhomely Cinema’ Film programme. Please note – in addition to and support of your own critique, your reviews must include a minimum of 3 quotations from 3 different published reviews + poster art + supporting stills. Please note - Harvard Method must now be used for all quotations and all illustrations to be referenced correctly. Reviews are to include bibliography and illustration list."

  2. Roy I am so pleased with the amount of work you have placed up here, now is the begining of us being to guide you. remember this all a learning excerise, and I know you are having struggles with the bolg and getting your thoughts down, but you are finally doing that.
    I have spoken to Phil and we are all aware it will be a gradual process to do your critique in a more academic way but doing a little everyday will help build up your confidence.