‘Rosemary’s Baby’ the novel by Ira Levin was published in 1967, and the film was released the following year in 1968, making 2017 and 2018 the Golden Jubilees of one of the Horror genre’s best and most influential books and films. It is a classic and it’s our favorite diabolically accented occult horror film.
O.K., we admit it, it’s an obsession. We have interviewed Mr. Ernest Harada who appeared in the final scene of the film as the Japanese photographer (see below), and have been keeping a correspondence with actress Victoria Vetri who portrayed the Castevet’s ill-fated houseguest Terry. We also started the #RosemarysBaby50thAnniversary hashtag.
Here we will add a list of links to all our blog posts regarding ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ as they accumulate. Simply move your pointer over the green title and click to read (you know you want to).
For fans of Rosemary’s Baby we offer our Facebook page dedicated to this classic thriller… the Rosemary’s Baby 50th Anniversary link below.
We are in no way officially licensed or approved, have sold our souls to, in bed with, or otherwise in cahoots with Paramount Pictures… or Roman Polanski. But we would be honored to be able to help support, nurture or otherwise promote Rosemary’s Baby or it’s 50th anniversary (Come on Paramount! We’re talking 50th Anniversary here! Make some magic happen!).