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An older Regan is plagued with nightmares, and a Vatican investigator discovers that the evil in Regan, apparently exorcised, is only dormant.
Release Date: 7-SEP-2004
Media Type: DVD
"As a movie writer-director, William Peter Blatty is like David Lynch's good twin. He is eccentric, funny, original and daring but he also has a sense of pace, taste and restraint. Which is by way of saying that, full of both fun and thrills, this is one of the shrewdest, wittiest, most intense and most satisfying horror movies ever made. Blatty builds the tension with a skill reminiscent of Hitchcock's 'Psycho.'"-- Ralph Novak, PEOPLE Magazine
"The Exorcist III is a better film than either of its predecessors."-- Vincent Canby, The New York Times
I always liked this movie and wanted it for my collection. A bit scary but I love this movie better than the really scary Exorcist, which I also have.Published 5 months ago by Shelia M. Cook
I had all of the other movies in this collection but this one. Now, I have all of them.Published 9 months ago by Carl R. Kannady
An under-rated classic which adds a new twist to the exorcist saga and is kind of a historic document because of the use of studio property and young Dana Plato's cameo as an... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Laura Brose
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Huzzah!!! on your mention of Santa Claus. It is painful to watch, yet you can't turn away! I'd say it's even worse than my other Christmas favorite, Santa Claus Conquers the Martians. Watch the two back to back and chug down some Cocktails of Remembrance. That'll get you in the holiday spirit.
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