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|George C. Scott||Kinderman|
|Jason Miller||Patient X|
|Ed Flanders||Father Dyer|
|Brad Dourif||Gemini Killer|
|Nicol Williamson||Father Morning|
|Scott Wilson||Dr. Temple|
|William Peter Blatty||Director, Screenwriter|
|Carter DeHaven III||Producer|
|Leslie Dilley||Production Designer|
|Warren Hamilton||Sound Editor|
|James G. Robinson||Executive Producer|
|Joe Roth||Executive Producer|
|Barry De Vorzon||Score Composer|
Posted November 10, 2010
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Exorcist III was overlooked and underappreciated when it was originally released. An interesting thriller, a murder mystery with supernatural overtones, which delivers genuinely frightening moments. Not your ordinary horror movie, brilliantly paced and stunningly photographed, intelligent (though the dialogue can be unrealistically witty at times) with the emphasis on developing its characters and presenting a compelling story rather than on shock and gore. Brad Dourif's supporting performance was Oscar worthy, and while the late, great Mr. Scott overacts now and then, the viewer can sense that he cared about the project and made a typically professional effort at realizing the role. Don't wait for Halloween to give this piece of underrated cinematic art serious consideration.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 1, 2010
Although it pales in comparisons to the first masterpiece, it does have many horrific moments and moves along pretty fast. Its been a few years since I watched this but the people in the room watching it with me all said it was a great chiller that got overlooked. Its well worth it to rent or buy as Brad Dourif plays a perfect demonic nut and the whole Gemini killings added some great spooky menace. Many scenes well done, a bit chatty here and there but a good storyline, George C. Scott adds some class to the role of Lt. Kinderman and discovers some really bizarre occult visual diceptions, without giving the story line away. A mystery/occult horror story with the benefit of pretty good acting leaves you chilled.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 19, 2010
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