Rosemary’s Baby, Devil’s Due and the Favourite Child

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rosemary's baby     devil's due

Rosemary’s Baby                                   Devil’s Due  

(1968, 2 hrs, 16 mins)                        (2014, 1 hr , 29 mins)

For my 100th post I wanted to write about my favourite movie.  A difficult choice, but it always comes back to Mia.  Rosemary’s Baby has always stayed close to my heart; it inspired the name for this blog, and it is chilling and comforting at the same time, fulfilling my ultimate horror need.  There is a mythology that comes with this classic film-from the original book by Ira Levin published in 1967, to the choice of director, to the actors; Mia’s infamous Vidal Sassoon haircut and finally the location that spins a near perfect tale.  The sets, the transformation of the characters, and the horror that builds from one scene to the next has yet to be duplicated.  There has been chatter of late on a new film about devil spawn, called Devil’s Due.  Many people see it fit compare the classic film to this new…

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