First Full Trailer of Rosemary's Baby Miniseries

NBC's remake of Rosemary's Baby, starring Zoe Saldana, is fast-approaching. On May 11th, we'll say for sure whether rebooting this horror classic as a miniseries was actually a good idea or not. Until then, check out the first full trailer and tell us what you think.



Check out the reviews for the original Certified Fresh film Rosemary's Baby here.


Rosemary's Baby

Comments

Dave J

Dave J

If it's made for TV, in this case NBC, then it's obviously going to be toned down!

Apr 16 - 12:51 PM

Brad Lomow

Brad Lomow

not necessarily, look at Hannibal, one of the best horror shows on television, and it is not toned down at all

Apr 16 - 03:52 PM

Nick Lafleur

Nick Lafleur

yes, but this one was full of graphic nudity. its going to be toned down quite a bit

Apr 17 - 12:26 AM

Gordon Franklin Terry Sr

Gordon Terry

looks excellent! Excellent Acting, excellent directing, excellent editing because its a trailer! . . . because its a miniseries, the characters will be more fleshed-out though.

Apr 16 - 01:31 PM

Euaggelia Aggelopoulou

Euaggelia Aggelopoulou

such great movies should be left alone

Apr 16 - 01:47 PM

Kerr Lordygan

Kerr Lordygan

Yeah that often is the case. We'll see though, maybe they'll surprise us.

Apr 16 - 02:52 PM

Kerr Lordygan

Kerr Lordygan

Yeah that often is the case. We'll see though, maybe they'll surprise us.

Apr 16 - 02:52 PM

Brad Lomow

Brad Lomow

not necessarily, look at Hannibal, one of the best horror shows on television, and it is not toned down at all

Apr 16 - 03:52 PM

Nick Lafleur

Nick Lafleur

yes, but this one was full of graphic nudity. its going to be toned down quite a bit

Apr 17 - 12:26 AM

Roger Wayne

Roger Wayne

I love zoe, but this is pure shit. .

Apr 16 - 08:34 PM

Nick Lafleur

Nick Lafleur

yes, but this one was full of graphic nudity. its going to be toned down quite a bit

Apr 17 - 12:26 AM

Duane Ullery

Duane Ullery

Filmmakers need to stop using the inverted cross to symbolize satanism. That isn't - and never has been- what that image represents. It's actually a holy symbol known as St.Peter's cross and it owes it's origin to the fact that, when Peter was martyred, his method of execution was crucifixtion. He requested that he be crucified upside down to illustrate in death that he was not equal to Christ, who had of course also been crucified. That's why the symbol of the inverted cross was kept - it represents humility before God in all things. It NEVER represented an anti-God sentiment. That's something Hollyood came up with as a visual motif to sell movie tickets. Whenever you see one used in a movie or televison show as a sign of evil, then you know whoever put that production together doesn't know their history and didn't do any research.

Apr 17 - 02:46 AM

Kerr Lordygan

Kerr Lordygan

Anton LaVey though has used it as well, no? Course, he was Hollywood! lol

Apr 17 - 09:26 AM

Kerr Lordygan

Kerr Lordygan

Anton LaVey though has used it as well, no? Course, he was Hollywood! lol

Apr 17 - 09:26 AM

Billy Barrett

Billy Barrett

Looks terrible. But of course I will watch it!!!

Apr 23 - 04:22 AM

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