Rosemary Woodhouse (Mia Farrow) and her new husband, Guy Woodhouse (John Cassavetes) are shopping for a new pad in Manhattan when they stumble upon a luxurious 3 bedroom apartment that has become available. It's everything Rosemary could dream about, it's in a wonderful neighborhood and a great place to raise a child. They get the apartment and celebrate with their friend and former landlord Hutch (Maurice Evans) who tells them of all the building's strange history.
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Remember those VHS tapes I was telling you my grandmother had. Well, I first stumbled upon this movie in one of those VHS cassette tapes. It wasn't the actual movie. Instead the tape had a few Romero films on them and after one of the movies was this little promotional video on horror films of the 1970s and in there was the dream sequence from Rosemary's Baby and that infamous line "This is no dream, this is really happening!"