|1973||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Supporting Actress||The Exorcist||Nominated|
|1973||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||New Star of the Year - Female||The Exorcist||Nominated|
|1973||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture||The Exorcist||Won|
by Gary Susman
"The Exorcist," released 40 years ago this week (on December 26, 1973), is widely regarded as the scariest movie ever made, but after four decades, two sequels, two prequels, and countless spoofs, is there anything about the...
by Chris Jancelewicz
Ask 10 people what their favorite horror movie is, and chances are over half will say "The Exorcist." Yes, that's a completely non-scientific statement based on absolutely no solid evidence, but it's totally understandable...
by Jenni Miller
By most accounts, "The Exorcist" is one of the most pants-peeingly scary movies in history. However, William Blatty, who wrote the screenplay and the novel it was based on, would like to assure us he didn't mean to scar us...
by Mike Bracken
The Movie: 'The Exorcist' (1973) The Scene: Regan MacNeil (Linda Blair) is a young girl living in Georgetown with her actress mother. When her behavior shifts dramatically, doctors and psychiatrists try to figure out why. When...
by Monika Bartyzel
We're used to so much horror these days, it doesn't seem likely that a film could cause a violent physical reaction. We're no strangers to eyes gouged out, limbs hacked to pieces and sexual organs snipped off. When word hit from...