Action / Horror
Action / Horror
A visiting actress in Washington, D.C., notices dramatic and dangerous changes in the behavior and physical make-up of her 12-year-old daughter. Meanwhile, a young priest at nearby Georgetown University begins to doubt his faith while dealing with his mother's terminal sickness. And, book-ending the story, a frail, elderly priest recognizes the necessity for a show-down with an old demonic enemy.
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See a young girl possessed
A young girl becomes possessed by a demon. Her skin becomes a grayish color and stays that way. Two Catholic priests are asked to remove this demon from her. While demanding that the demon leave her body, some of her skin rips open and her head even spins around. An image of a demon appears luminating across from them over the girl in her bed on her knees, wincing. The image almost looks like a hologram. In another scene she does the crabwalk down the stairs. What are her parents going to do? Will they ever get their little girl back? Watch The Exorcist to find out.
Best horror movie of all time
This movie set the standard for most of the best horror movies coming out these days i.e. guts , gore and decapitation aren't necessary to make a good horror. This movie is not for the young and easy to scare people because it has these unexpected horrific scenes that scare the living daylights out of you.
The fact that exorcism has always existed in real life makes you wonder if this movie is based on some form of reality and that is what makes it even scarier. The acting is superb and everything about this movie is great. Yes it is a horror/ drama but I think you can't have a horror without a good base/ storyline.
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I'm long overdue for my review of The Exorcist. Brilliantly conceived by William Peter Blatty, a graduate of Georgetown University, he knew how to research and write the perfect exorcism motion picture. The acting is superb. The drama unfolds with artistry. The music is poignant, simple, sparse. The effects are proper, never over the top, and convey absolute terror. Two favorite moments occur between Max von Sydow and Jason Miller. A presentation worthy of the novel that inspired it, The Exorcist has been referred to by my colleagues as the scariest movie they've ever seen. I concur. The nature of evil is identified and exposed, hope is offered. The Exorcist continues to speak thus, such fear and wisdom, to the generations.