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The Exorcist

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Wednesday April 30, 2014
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Directed by William Friedkin | 1973

With Ellen Burstyn, Max von Sydow, Linda Blair

“The Exorcist is one of the best movies of its type ever made... transcends the genre of terror, horror, and the supernatural”
—Roger Ebert, The Chicago Sun-Times

Little Regan’s (Blair) head-swiveling, bile-spewing tantrums go way beyond normal pre-teen angst, causing her mother (a brilliantly frazzled, Oscar-nominated Burstyn) to enlist the services of Father Merrin (von Sydow) who sets about exorcising the spirit he believe has possessed her daughter – but that demon won’t go quietly. One of the most controversial movies of the 70s, Friedkin’s groundbreaking mix of graphic body horror and religious iconography still shocks. 2000 Extended Director's Cut – “The Version You’ve Never Seen.”

 

 
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