Ira Levin's ROSEMARY'S BABY was a landmark novel of suspense and terror. Acclaimed director Roman Polanski's 1968 film version was a motion picture masterpiece. In 1978, ABC-TV undertook a daring project: a made-for-television sequel to Rosemary's Baby. What ended up being broadcast over the airwaves was something of a television legend. Initially, it was despised and quickly disappeared from most people's memories. There were some, though, who never forgot... LOOK WHAT'S HAPPENED TO ROSEMARY'S BABY is an exercise in surrealistic filmmaking. Much of the film plays like a nightmare, gripping the viewer in its delicious unfurling of strange happenings. Rosemary is trying to keep her son away from the Castavets who are trying to help him come into full control of his father's powers.