The Exorcist

dir. William Friedkin

The Exorcist

dir. William Friedkin

The Exorcist

dir. William Friedkin

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Just in time for Halloween, William Friedkin's horror classic returns in a new digital presentation for a special limited run.

NEW DIGITAL PRESENTATION!

When young Regan (Linda Blair) begins levitating, projectile-vomiting and throwing full-grown men out of windows, her understandably concerned mother (Ellen Burstyn) turns to her last resort: a troubled Catholic priest (Jason Miller), who joins forces with the wise old Father Merrin (Max von Sydow) to exorcise the possessed child. Returning in a new digital presentation just in time for Halloween, William Friedkin's gut-wrenching classic was a milestone of modern horror, both bringing the genre into the mainstream while pushing the limits of permissible screen imagery. "The scariest film I've seen in years — the only scary film I've seen in years ... If you want to be shaken — and I found out, while the picture was going, that that's what I wanted — then The Exorcist will scare the hell out of you" (Stanley Kauffmann, The New Republic).