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The Exorcist
TV show based on William Blattys 1971 novel about a priest who performs exorcisms on demonic spirits

Genre: horror,Thriller.
Season:1, Episode 3
One of the most profitable horrors movies ever made.this tale of an exorcism is based loosely on actual event.when young Regan(Linda Blair)start acting odd-levitation speaking in tongues-her worried mother(Ellen Burstyn)seeks medical help. only to hit a dead end


Main cast
Ellen Burstyn: as Chris MacNeil, a famous actress temporarily living in Washington, D.C., with her daughter. She is an agnostic and has a quick temper but is also a loving mother. When Regan displays strange behavior, Chris experiences an emotional breakdown and tries to find help for her daughter, consulting neurosurgeons, psychiatrists, and finally a Catholic priest

Max von Sydow:as Father Lankester Merrin, an elderly priest and archeologist. A quiet and patient man with great faith, he has prior experience in performing exorcisms and is aware of the risks of facing evil

Jason Miller: as Father/Dr. Damien KarrasS.J., a troubled priest, vocational counselor, and psychiatrist. He suffers deeply when his mother dies and confesses to have (apparently) lost his faith in God. Upon taking the case of Regan MacNeil, he begins to understand the possession is genuine. Jack Nicholson was the original choice for the role, but Miller was cast after Friedkin saw his play, That Championship Season, and meeting the playwright/actor after the performance

Linda Blair: as Regan MacNeil, Chris's friendly and innocent twelve-year-old daughter. She displays strange and aggressive behaviors after playing with aOuija board, which are later revealed as early symptoms of demonic possession



Plot summary
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.

Accompanied by her 12 year-old daughter Regan, actress Chris McNeil relocates to Washington D.C. where she is filming a movie. Mother and daughter have a good relationship but after a time Regan begins to act strangely. 

She undergoes various neurological tests but doctors can find nothing to explain her behavior. As Regan's situation reaches crisis proportions - she has to be tied to her bed, swears like a sailor and speaks in tongues - Chris turns to Father Karras, a Roman Catholic priest and psychiatrist to see if an exorcism might be the solution to their problem. Karras is incredulous but the church eventually agrees calling in Father Merrin, who has previously conducted an exorcism and come face to face with the devil.


Something beyond evil is happening in a little girl's room. Regan has brutally changed both in the way she looks and the way she acts, with violent outbursts on everyone who comes in contact with her. Her worried mother gets in contact with a priest who comes to the conclusion that Regan is possessed. The top priest who can deal with an exorcism, Father Merrin, is called in to help save Regan from the demon inside her.


A movie actress taking up temporary residence in Washington D.C. has her troubles. The script for the movie she's filming seems inadequate. Her ex, who is also the father of her adolescent daughter, Regan, neglects to call the girl on her birthday. And the attic has rats. Meanwhile, Father Karras, a priest and a psychiatrist, is losing his faith; and he's dealing with a sick mother who needs medical care he hasn't the money to provide. Another priest, the old and ailing Father Merrin, has just returned from Iraq with forebodings of evil. These three persons meet when the sweet and cheerful Regan turns foul-mouthed and violent. But her sickness is beyond the reach of a medical doctor or a psychiatrist. What Regan needs is an exorcist.


When a teenage girl is possessed by a mysterious entity, her mother seeks the help of two priests to save her daughter.




30 Things You Didn’t Know About the 5 Exorcist Movies

The Exorcist is a classic. Not a horror classic, just a straight-up classic. And as a result, everyone knows the same pieces of trivia about its production (director William Friedkin would sometimes shoot off blanks on set to keep everyone on edge, he violently slapped one priest-actor in order to get a more emotionally raw performance, Regan’s vomit was made of pea soup and oatmeal) and reception. But there are so many more wonderful anecdotes about that film and its four sequels (or rather, two sequels and two prequels) to be had. We combed several director commentaries, making-of documentaries, and read several autobiographies to find the following tidbits. So read on. The power of Christ something something …
1. No one involved in any of the movies wanted to make a horror flick.
  • Exorcist director William Friedkin: "I know that it is considered by a great many people as a horror film. I've never thought of it that way and I didn't approach it that way. It's a story about the mystery of faith."
  • Exorcist star Linda Blair: "Anybody who thinks this is a horror film is wrong."
  • Exorcist author and screenwriter William Peter Blatty: "I saw it as a supernatural detective story."
  • Exorcist II: The Heretic director John Boorman: "The idea of making a metaphysical thriller was terribly seductive to my psyche."
  • The Exorcist III director William Peter Blatty: "It was always meant to be a psychological thriller, not a special-effects horror film."
  • Dominion: Prequel to The Exorcist director Paul Schrader: "I had a different film in mind, more one about Merrin's journey than strictly a horror vehicle."
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The Exorcist (Film)

The Exorcist
TV show based on William Blattys 1971 novel about a priest who performs exorcisms on demonic spirits

Genre: horror,Thriller.
Season:1, Episode 3
One of the most profitable horrors movies ever made.this tale of an exorcism is based loosely on actual event.when young Regan(Linda Blair)start acting odd-levitation speaking in tongues-her worried mother(Ellen Burstyn)seeks medical help. only to hit a dead end


Main cast
Ellen Burstyn: as Chris MacNeil, a famous actress temporarily living in Washington, D.C., with her daughter. She is an agnostic and has a quick temper but is also a loving mother. When Regan displays strange behavior, Chris experiences an emotional breakdown and tries to find help for her daughter, consulting neurosurgeons, psychiatrists, and finally a Catholic priest

Max von Sydow:as Father Lankester Merrin, an elderly priest and archeologist. A quiet and patient man with great faith, he has prior experience in performing exorcisms and is aware of the risks of facing evil

Jason Miller: as Father/Dr. Damien KarrasS.J., a troubled priest, vocational counselor, and psychiatrist. He suffers deeply when his mother dies and confesses to have (apparently) lost his faith in God. Upon taking the case of Regan MacNeil, he begins to understand the possession is genuine. Jack Nicholson was the original choice for the role, but Miller was cast after Friedkin saw his play, That Championship Season, and meeting the playwright/actor after the performance

Linda Blair: as Regan MacNeil, Chris's friendly and innocent twelve-year-old daughter. She displays strange and aggressive behaviors after playing with aOuija board, which are later revealed as early symptoms of demonic possession



Plot summary
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.

Accompanied by her 12 year-old daughter Regan, actress Chris McNeil relocates to Washington D.C. where she is filming a movie. Mother and daughter have a good relationship but after a time Regan begins to act strangely. 

She undergoes various neurological tests but doctors can find nothing to explain her behavior. As Regan's situation reaches crisis proportions - she has to be tied to her bed, swears like a sailor and speaks in tongues - Chris turns to Father Karras, a Roman Catholic priest and psychiatrist to see if an exorcism might be the solution to their problem. Karras is incredulous but the church eventually agrees calling in Father Merrin, who has previously conducted an exorcism and come face to face with the devil.


Something beyond evil is happening in a little girl's room. Regan has brutally changed both in the way she looks and the way she acts, with violent outbursts on everyone who comes in contact with her. Her worried mother gets in contact with a priest who comes to the conclusion that Regan is possessed. The top priest who can deal with an exorcism, Father Merrin, is called in to help save Regan from the demon inside her.


A movie actress taking up temporary residence in Washington D.C. has her troubles. The script for the movie she's filming seems inadequate. Her ex, who is also the father of her adolescent daughter, Regan, neglects to call the girl on her birthday. And the attic has rats. Meanwhile, Father Karras, a priest and a psychiatrist, is losing his faith; and he's dealing with a sick mother who needs medical care he hasn't the money to provide. Another priest, the old and ailing Father Merrin, has just returned from Iraq with forebodings of evil. These three persons meet when the sweet and cheerful Regan turns foul-mouthed and violent. But her sickness is beyond the reach of a medical doctor or a psychiatrist. What Regan needs is an exorcist.


When a teenage girl is possessed by a mysterious entity, her mother seeks the help of two priests to save her daughter.




30 Things You Didn’t Know About the 5 Exorcist Movies

The Exorcist is a classic. Not a horror classic, just a straight-up classic. And as a result, everyone knows the same pieces of trivia about its production (director William Friedkin would sometimes shoot off blanks on set to keep everyone on edge, he violently slapped one priest-actor in order to get a more emotionally raw performance, Regan’s vomit was made of pea soup and oatmeal) and reception. But there are so many more wonderful anecdotes about that film and its four sequels (or rather, two sequels and two prequels) to be had. We combed several director commentaries, making-of documentaries, and read several autobiographies to find the following tidbits. So read on. The power of Christ something something …
1. No one involved in any of the movies wanted to make a horror flick.
  • Exorcist director William Friedkin: "I know that it is considered by a great many people as a horror film. I've never thought of it that way and I didn't approach it that way. It's a story about the mystery of faith."
  • Exorcist star Linda Blair: "Anybody who thinks this is a horror film is wrong."
  • Exorcist author and screenwriter William Peter Blatty: "I saw it as a supernatural detective story."
  • Exorcist II: The Heretic director John Boorman: "The idea of making a metaphysical thriller was terribly seductive to my psyche."
  • The Exorcist III director William Peter Blatty: "It was always meant to be a psychological thriller, not a special-effects horror film."
  • Dominion: Prequel to The Exorcist director Paul Schrader: "I had a different film in mind, more one about Merrin's journey than strictly a horror vehicle."
  • THE EXORCIST ON BLU RAY COLLECTION
  • img_56449366047748The Exorcist Blu-rayUnited States 2992 54 62
    40th Anniversary Edition | Extended Director’s Cut and Original Theatrical Version / Blu-ray + UltraViolet
    Warner Bros. | 1973 | 1 Movie, 2 Cuts | 132 min | Rated R | Oct 08, 2013
    The Exorcist (Blu-ray)
    Large: Front Back Slip
    Add to collection
    Set price tracking
    Become a fan!
    HORROR
    THRILLER
    SUPERNATURAL
    Video
    Codec: VC-1
    Resolution: 1080p
    Aspect ratio: 1.85:1
    Original aspect ratio: 1.85:1
    Audio
    English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48kHz, 16-bit)
    French: Dolby Digital 5.1
    French: Dolby Digital Mono
    Spanish: Dolby Digital 5.1
    Spanish: Dolby Digital Mono
    Subtitles
    English SDH, French, Spanish
    Discs
    Blu-ray Disc
    Three-disc set (3 BD-50)
    UV digital copy
    Digital copy
    Packaging
    Slipcover in original pressing
    Figure/replica/props/memorabilia included
    Playback
    Region free
    Price
    List price: $49.99
    Amazon: $19.99 (Save 60%)
    Usually ships in 24 hours
    Buy The Exorcist on Blu-ray
    Movie rating
    12345678910
    8.7
    IMDbRotten Tomatoes
    895 ratings.
    Blu-ray rating
    Video 0.0 of 5 0.0
    Audio 0.0 of 5 0.0
    Extras 0.0 of 5 0.0
    Be the first to review it!
    73%
    popularity995
    collections279.




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