TV viewers unable to finish 'freaky' horror movie Rosemary’s Baby | The SunJune 3, 2023
TV viewers have been left unable to finish ‘freaky’ horror movie Rosemary’s Baby.
The 1968 movie stars Mia Farrow as a new mum who gives birth to the son of the devil after being drugged and abused in an evil cult ritual.
Directed by Roman Polanski, is widely hailed as one of the best horror films ever written – but also one of the ‘freakiest.’
And taking to social media recently as the film has a resurgence, one person commented on how horrified they were.
A Twitter user penned: “To this day, I cannot watch Rosemary's Baby. It freaks me out way too much.”
Another added: “Rosemary’s Baby scared the c*** out of me.”
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And a third said: “Scariest movie of all time. Seriously, I can’t even watch it.”
It comes as the horror film was ranked as the second best of all time by Forbes, falling in second place behind Psycho.
Stating why it placed so high, they penned: “The film’s depiction of paranoia and the occult has had a lasting impact on the horror genre, with many modern horror directors looking to Rosemary’s Baby as inspiration.”
Back in 2018, fans of the movie were left shocked as they spotted similarities between Kate Middleton’s red dress as she stepped out of the Lindo Wing with Prince Louis, and the one worn by actress Mia Farrow in the classic horror movie Rosemary's Baby.
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They took to Twitter to share the uncanny resemblance with one writing: "Kate Middleton rocking the same dress as Rosemary from Rosemary's Baby is definitely not discomforting at all…"
The deep red is a similar colour but the floral white lace collar is identical to Mia's.
The outfit is worn by Rosemary in a poignant scene where she feels her baby move for the first time after difficulties in her early pregnancy.
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