The Exorcist: The Complete Anthology (The Exorcist / The Exorcist (Unrated) / Exorcist II: The Heretic / The Exorcist III / Exorcist: The Beginning/ Exorcist: Dominion)
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Just so people know, this set does contain all the extras the other releases had. So that even sweetens the deal more!Read more ›
EXORCIST 2: THE HERETIC is a pretty awful film, sadly. John Boorman, who has done some brilliant work in his career, obviously is doing work-for-hire, as well as Richard Burton, who gives a characteristically over-the-top performance. And poor Linda Blair had to reprise her role as Regan, but not to her benefit, since this film is an extremely poorly-conceived sequel.
THE EXORCIST III is strangely and wholly unexpectedly great continuation of the story of the first film. With William Peter Blatty adapting his own novel "Legion" and directing the film as well, he shows a great deal of confidence behind the camera. He doesn't ape Friedkin's style, but rather giving almost every shot in the film a very still and very photographic quality. This time, the story focuses on Bill Kinderman (George C. Scott, taking over for the deceased Lee J. Cobb) and his discovery that the long-believed-dead Father Karras may still be alive and in a psychiatric ward.Read more ›
Now onto separate quick movie critiques:
The Exorcist (Original and Director's Cut): The classic that started it all. There's not much here that needs to be said with a few exceptions. First off, if you have not yet seen this movie, prepare yourself to be possibly disturbed by some very grisly, disgusting and sickening scenes and visuals. Second, in the Director's Cut, there is a very graphic and bloody scene that was not included in the original. However, this is NOT the original version of the scene. The original footage was not all too believable and can be found on YouTube (search "Spider Walk Scene" and look for the original). And finally, again in the director's cut, watch closely for "subliminal" images, as I've seen them called before. Two hard to spot ones are he evil demon face in the stove hood when Mrs. MacNeil comes home and the power flickers and in the final exorcism scene, where in the window you can very briefly see Karass' mother. (5/5 stars to the original, 4.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Saw it during the 70's in the cinema very scary but with this new bluray version it is awesome new features added one of the most supernatural twist i ever sawPublished 11 days ago by S. Govindarajoo
The movie's are good but some scenes where cut out of the first movie or I got a bad diskPublished 13 days ago by David v.
alguien puede verificar si esta en castellano??? Anybody tell me what languages are in the film???Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Still a movie to scare most even after over 40 years. Crisp and clear. Highly recommended.Published 3 months ago by FromABuick6
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I don't actually own it, but, according to all reports, discs on this set are exactly the same that were available separately, and all them had spanish subtitles.
Dec 28, 2007 by jmm | See all 2 posts
|The Movie Sucks||
The first one rocks. After that though they did suck.
Nov 26, 2006 by K. Mclean | See all 2 posts
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|It seems cheap enough for 6 films...||Be the first to reply|
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