Nosy neighbors with chocolate mouse. Terrible obstetricians. People going blind out of nowhere. Terrible, terrible necrophilia jokes.
Rosemary’s Baby is a classic of the horror genre with allegories and themes of isolation, religion, sexism and motherhood just to name a few. Often imitated but never fully eclipsed, Rosemary’s Baby is revered in film schools almost 50 years later and was the favorite movie of Stanley Kubrick. From Rosemary’s pixie haircut to one of the most disturbing endings to a film ever – this classic is as potent now as it was when it was released.
Join the Texas Podcast Massacre coven as they quickly betray the pregnant host in the group to a bunch of elderly satanists while debating how much they can get for the betrayal. Once those incantations have been completed the paranoia rises as they review the 1968 masterpiece ‘Rosemary’s Baby’.
Parody Song (0:27): Rosemary’s Baby
Debate Question (3:27): What would it take for you to sell out your spouse to satanists?
Movie Review (12:10): Rosemary’s Baby (1968)
What Would You Do Differently? (51:10)
Final Cut (56:57): Movie review scores from hosts and guests
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