Oct 8, 2014
In 1968, Roman Polanski was invited to America to make his first major motion picture. What he chose was a psychological horror film about a young woman whose body may or may not be holding the Antichrist. It would kick off Hollywood's obsession with the occult that would make up most of the horror films of the next decade and would still have a grip on audiences today.
For the second offering of October's Arthouse of Horror, Eric, Kent & Lobster grab a swanky flat with a great address and join in on the midnight chanting as they discuss Rosemary's Baby.
Music: "Long Note Four" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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