The Exorcist 3 details
|Starring:||George C. Scott, Ed Flanders, Brad Dourif, Jason Miller, Nicol Williamson|
|Director:||William Peter Blatty|
|Genre:||Horror - General, Ghosts/Supernatural|
|Studio:||WARNER HOME VIDEO|
The Exorcist 3
|Rental release:||21 Oct 2002|
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I love this film, ...By a customer from DUNDEE , 27 Oct 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]I love this film, something of an unsung classic. I cant recommend it highly enough.This was very original at the time and has heavily influenced such films a se7en and any other serial killer thrillers that have come after it. This is a Supernatural Serial killer/detective thriller and I think this has suffered from being associated with the original film in name, when in reality it is a completely different type of film and really only refers to characters from the Exorcist 1, there is no sign of Linda Blair or her mother, similar themes but a completely different story, This would have worked better as a stand alone film and not as part of the Exorcist franchise. It is based on the book Legion by William Peter Blatty and is also directed by him. If you have not seen this you really should.
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Good StuffBy Otter379 (55 reviews) , 23 Mar 2013Good film directed by the bestselling author of The Exorcist - William Peter Blatty. Produces some unexpected scares with a number of solid set pieces. Surprisingly, George C. Scott and Ed Flanders are funny as hell when they share the screen as cop and priest.
Uniquely DisturbingBy Marrrk (2 reviews) from York , 26 Oct 2012
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHideI suspect that I might be on my own here as usual, but I found this MORE disturbing than the sixth-former's dream - The Exorcist. There's something about a nun with a high leverage surgical implement (held aloft) that still worries me YEARS later. I can't think of any other movie that has achieved this. Don't worry about the plot or the detail, but get the shears.
I give it a B-By Sammy1973 (277 reviews) from King's Lynn , 12 Oct 2011I enjoyed this film although it was a little slow in places.
It follows on from The Exorcist nicely and doesnt go off on a random tangent.
The effects are good for the age of the film and it is quite eerie.
Exocist 3By a customer from Liverpool , 25 Aug 2010I think this is well worth watching. It has a similar creepy and unsettling atmosphere as the original film. The acting is pretty good, and also has a decent story line.
Exorcises all memory of the previous film...By PJshadow (199 reviews) from Leeds , 29 Jul 2010
[Highly rated reviewer]Completely ignores any reference to the second film this third in the Exorcist series is a genuinely scary experience.
A serial killer, a dead priest returned from the grave and some of the most frightening pensioners you're likely to see on film.
Exorcist III is completely different fare to the original (and thankfully goes no where near the second film) and yet retains the edgy horror and tension of the 1973 classic plus the occassional jumpy moment thrown in for good measure.
Definitely worth a watch.