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Roman Polanski’s “Rosemary’s Baby” and the Dark Side of Hollywood

By VC | The 1968 movie “Rosemary’s Baby” is one of Roman Polanski’s most chilling and acclaimed productions. The film describes the manipulation of a young woman by a high-society occult coven for ritualistic purposes. The movie’s unsettling quality does not rely on blood and gore but on its realistic premise, which forces the viewers to ponder on the likelihood of the existence of elite secret societies. Even more unsettling are the eerie real life events that surrounded the movie involving…

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Alfonso Cuarón's excellent 2001 Mexican film, Y Tu Mamá También, opens with a young naked couple -- boyfriend and girlfriend -- engaged in a lusty sexual encounter. The room has signs of upper middle class suburban life and scholastic opportunities. There's a big bed, framed photos on a headboard and the bookcases are full of books, mostly paperbacks. Above the naked couple is a large old movie poster on the wall. It promotes a 1971 film. It reads "Harold et Maude." Yes, Harold and Maude…

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Did You Ever Know That You’re My Hero? Everything I Wish I Could Be?: Fashion Icons: Ruth Gordon

I think we can all agree that Ruth Gordon is always bringing it and the rest of us just pale in comparison. I’m not going to talk about that movie she’s in with Clint Eastwood and that …

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Pray for Rosemary's Baby | Far Flungers | Roger Ebert

You may find it disturbing to see audiences laughing while watching "The Exorcist"(1973), but you will probably not see any problem in having some laugh with "Rosemary’s Baby" (1968). It goes without saying that they are two of the most chilling modern horror films, but, while the former unsettles us with its utmost solemnness parodied many times since it came out, the latter has a spooky sense of humor immune to parodies. How can you make an effective parody to undermine a horror film if it…

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