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Virginia Wexman on Polanski's Horror and Rosemary's Baby

  One of the very first books that I purchased wich explores horror films from an academic perspective was Gregary A. Waller, ed., American Horrors: Essays on the American Horror Film (Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1987). The volume includes a number of intriguing essays, including one by Virginia Wright Wexman titled "The Trauma […]

40th Anniversary of Rosemary's Baby

One of the horror films I remember watching in the 1970s as my television flickered with a Saturday night's ritual connected to my local Creature Features was Rosemary's Baby (1968). Next month this film will see its 40th anniversary, and I thought I'd use the occasion to take a walk down memory lane with this […]

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