The Exorcist

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So gross it's funny. And oh-so scary. You'll be screaming for sure.


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  • carolineoncrack

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    So gross it's funny. And oh-so scary. You'll be screaming for sure.

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  • ladypie

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    Ahhhh such a classic!!! An amazing read and an amazing movie. A fan favorite with all die hard hooror fans!

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  • ttownqt

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    the ultimate classic. the scariest of all scary movies. this flick has GOT to be a part of any halloween film fest.

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  • KaliRocks

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    All Hallow's Eve is almost here.Do you have one of the best horror flicks ever made? A must have for any movie buff's colllection.

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  • tatorandtots

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    You may never have seen this version... ask yourself, do you really want to? It's scary. Very scary. DVD features Although it was endorsed by director William Friedkin (reportedly with some reluctance), this "new" version of The Exorcist was criticized by many as a marketing ploy, and now exists for perpetual debate among horror fans. In addition to a few more subtly inserted "subliminals" of demonic imagery, 12 minutes of previously unseen footage focus on four new scenes: the series of physical tests (spinal tap, etc.) that Regan (Linda Blair) must endure; a post-ritual scene between priests Karras (Jason Miller) and Merrin (Max von Sydow), in which Merrin postulates that Satan is targeting them in order to make them despair and doubt their faith; a different version of the famous "spider-walk" scene (shown as an outtake in the previous special edition DVD's making-of documentary), in which Regan eerily walks down stairs in an upside-down, crablike movement, with blood dripping from her mouth; and a new ending, in which Father Dyer (Rev. William O'Malley) meets Lieutenant Kinderman (Lee J. Cobb) and the two of them share a casual chat about movies, echoing Kinderman's earlier talk with Father Karras. This final change was viewed by many as the most egregious, destroying the closing note of the original version. Fans and critics alike found much more to praise in the spectacular remixing and remastering of the film's original soundtrack, which is now scarier than ever in Dolby Digital 5.1-channel surround sound. --Jeff Shannon

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