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Despite the disturbing scenes, it's a Horror classic. Well written, good effects and well directed.
9/10
I felt sick to my stomach watching this, it's just sickening. I had to have my barf bag on stand by.
The Exorcist was always one of those old classics I've never forgotten about. It's one of the better horrorfilms. So when I noticed there's a version called The Exorcist: The Version You've Never Seen (2000) I had to check that out, of course, too. And I liked it. Though it just takes way too long until the really scary parts are starting. I thought I'd sit here tonight, dim down the lights and am scared like hell, but I just wasn't really. Maybe it's just hard to scare me nowadays. :D
The Exorcist is awesome, totally sick, it just is the coolest film ever, the vomit the, walking down stairs backwards, th cross, its plain evil.
:up: The Exorcist (1973)

I think for a twelve-year old, Linda Blair did an excellent job with the movie. She really captured what (I believe) they wanted and made it so realistic. I can say I *don't* know what a real exorcism looks like, but it must be pretty close. Oiii. It scared me (:

*Megs
One of the scariest films of all-time. A masterpiece of horror. I love every second of this film.

****/****
I'm convinced that me + old movies = don't mix. The ending was definitely decent, but it took about 17 hours to get there and it wasn't scary. Maybe I'm just desensitized or something. Meh!
The Exorcist (1973)


RT seems to be down alot these days. Also, there seems to be alot more ads around RT which is really beginning to piss me off.

OPEN YOUR EYES (1997)
Obre Los Ojos


It seems that the best Stephen King film adaptations are those with either little or no supernatural elements. STAND BY ME, argrably one of the better coming of age film from the 1980s, is a solid film with a great performance by its young cast, especially the late River Phoenix. Not only do the young actors display acting chops, they also have great chemistry and comradeire. SHowcasing the music and sights of an era long past, STAND BY ME touched me in a way as i could relate to how the bonds of friendship forged in youth are often the truest and most precious, and most painful when you lose them. I remember my group of friends, who were very close and tight knit then when we were 12 years old, before secondary school split us and we lost contact. As time passes, we no longer hung out and now if we were to meet, we would see each other as strangers. It's true, and lamentable that our childhood friendships should end this way. ANd sad to say, i guess i'll never makes friends like them.





The Exorcist

Review:

This is probably the scariest and best written horror movie ever made. The 'Restored Version' or 'The Version You've Never Seen' only adds to it's haunting perversion. It is highly unlikely a film with this aura could ever be made again. The Exorcist is the champion among movies to actually touch apon the true nature of horror.

Please note this movie is based on the book The Exorcist by William Peter Blatty. Blatty also wrote the screenplay while William Friedkin Directed. This is an important note to the quality and feel of the film.

Exorcist 2: The Heretic

Review:

BOO! BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! This movie fucking sucks. I know there is a Devil now because he made this movie to piss me off. This movie should have never been fucking made.

This sequel reveals the name and nature of the demon who possessed Regan in the first film. All hail Pazuzu who must have allowed some shitless fuck to make this movie. Linda Blair is a numb fuck. William Goodhart and John Boorman are especially numb fucks. Snycronized ESP hypnosis? What the fuck?

The best way to experience The Exorcist story is to never see this pissfuck movie, and if you've already seen it just pretend it never happened. This movie NEVER happened. It has nothing to do with William Blatty's books. Fucking Christ at a carnival this movie terrible.

The Exorcist 3

Review:

Not bad. I haven't read Legion by William Peter Blatty, the sequel book to The Exorcist which this movie is based, but I am very much looking forward to it. Blatty not only wrote this for the screen but also directed this time. This is a good horror film and a sequel that can stand alone. Not as scary as The Exorcist but it has the same blasphemouss feel.

The Exorcist and The Exorcest 3 go together very well and are required in any horror fans collection. Just stay away from Exorcist 2: The Heretic and pretend it never happened.
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