Rosemary's Baby special edition from Criterion


Roman Polanski's Rosemary's Baby (1968) is my favorite horror film of all time. The story is exquisitely creepy, the tension is profound, and Mia Farrow is absolutely sublime. I was thrilled to learn that the film is getting a new Criterion treatment with a Polanski-approved special edition DVD and Blu-Ray due out around Halloween. Along with new interviews with Polanski, Mia Farrow, and producer Robert Evans, this edition also includes an interview with the novel's author Ira Levin and a feature documentary on composer Krzysztof Komeda who created the film's gorgeous noir lullaby theme and score.

Rosemary's Baby