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The Exorcist: Director's Cut

R In Theaters 12/26/1973 , 120min.
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October 31, 2009
PerryCatella
I'm 46, and I had plenty of time in my life to se every horror film that cursed my eyes. And, without a doubt, The Exorcist, has been the only one I have seen, that has left a life changing impact on my personality. I could not even blink my eyes while watching it. And, literally for weeks, I could NOT get a good night's sleep. If you feel you could handle it, get the uncensored version.
October 30, 2009
EthicsNValues
Hand's down, the Exorcist can scare the livin' crap out of you for one reason. All the other monsters are imaginary--you'll never see a zombie or vampire or werewolf in real life. On the other hand, being possessed by a demon is a documented malady that NO ONE wants visited upon themselves. Scarey as heck watching Megan go through that.
October 30, 2009
JMasse9651
Back in 1973 I had only been married a year. We went to see the movie and there were people passing out tracks about being a Christian (which I already was). I have never in my life been so scared at that movie. I think our thought process was different back then because I had never seen anything so scary. I slept with the lights on my weeks, went to church ever chance I got and wore a big
October 30, 2009
RONRIEDELL
THE EXORCIST IS THE BEST EVER ALL SHOULD SEE ONCE
October 30, 2009
LOVESTONEDT
THE "BEST".....F--- THAT HALLOWEEN MOVIE

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Desmond Ryan
Philadelphia Inquirer
Suffice it to say I prefer the original conclusion, and I think most Exorcist fans will agree Full Review
Desson Thomson
Washington Post
A museum piece, something to be enjoyed for its historical value. Full Review
Jay Carr
Boston Globe
An upsetting landmark. Don't take the children. Full Review
Owen Gleiberman
Entertainment Weekly
Here, in paranoid, bad acid trip form, is the real birth of girl power. Full Review
Peter Stack
San Francisco Chronicle
Friedkin has said the new, expanded version of his film has a more spiritual tone. But it's still a shocker. Full Review

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