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Criterion have announced that they’ll release a special edition DVD and Blu-ray of Roman Polanski’s 1968 horror film Rosemary’s Baby on October 2.

Besides a digitally restored version of the film — with the BD also including an uncompressed monaural soundtrack — the collection will include new interviews with Polanski, star Mia Farrow, and producer Robert Evans, as well as an 1997 radio interview with Ira Levin, who wrote the original Baby novel. Also included are a documentary about the film’s composer Krzysztof Komeda called Komeda, Komeda, and a booklet with an essay by critic Ed Park and the afterward to the 2003 reprint of the book in which Levin discussed the movie.

The DVD will retail for $29.95 while the BD will be $39.95.

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Rosemary’s Baby DVD & Blu-ray Announced

Criterion have announced that they’ll release a special edition DVD and Blu-ray of Roman Polanski’s 1968 horror film Rosemary’s Baby on October 2.

By Paul Semel | 07/17/2012 01:09 PM PT

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Criterion have announced that they’ll release a special edition DVD and Blu-ray of Roman Polanski’s 1968 horror film Rosemary’s Baby on October 2.

Besides a digitally restored version of the film — with the BD also including an uncompressed monaural soundtrack — the collection will include new interviews with Polanski, star Mia Farrow, and producer Robert Evans, as well as an 1997 radio interview with Ira Levin, who wrote the original Baby novel. Also included are a documentary about the film’s composer Krzysztof Komeda called Komeda, Komeda, and a booklet with an essay by critic Ed Park and the afterward to the 2003 reprint of the book in which Levin discussed the movie.

The DVD will retail for $29.95 while the BD will be $39.95.

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