- Enjoy £1.00 credit to spend on movies or TV on Amazon Video when you purchase a DVD or Blu-ray offered by Amazon.co.uk. A maximum of 1 credit per customer applies. UK customers only. Offer ends at 23:59 GMT on Wednesday, November 30, 2016 Here's how (terms and conditions apply)
- Note: Blu-ray discs are in a high definition format and need to be played on a Blu-ray player.
- Important Information on Firmware Updates: Having trouble with your Blu-ray disc player? Will certain discs just not play? You may need to update the firmware inside your player. Click here to learn more.
Other Sellers on Amazon
The Exorcist - Complete Anthology [Blu-ray]  [Region Free]
Get £1 Off Amazon Video*
|Price:||£21.93 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details|
- Choose from over 13,000 locations across the UK
- Prime members get unlimited deliveries at no additional cost
- Find your preferred location and add it to your address book
- Dispatch to this address when you check out
Special Offers and Product Promotions
Frequently Bought Together
What Other Items Do Customers Buy After Viewing This Item?
All five films from the horror franchise. In 'Exorcist' (1973) actress Chris MacNeil (Ellen Burstyn) has every reason to be content, having just completed a film with director Burke Dennings (Jack MacGowran). However, she becomes disturbed by the changes taking place in her 12-year-old daughter, Regan (Linda Blair). At first sullen and withdrawn, Regan becomes aggressive and blasphemous, and ugly welts appear on her face and body. No medical cure is forthcoming, and after Burke is killed by being thrown from Regan's window, Chris turns to local Jesuit priest Father Damien Karras (Jason Miller) for help. Karras then calls in exorcist Father Lankester Merrin (Max von Sydow), who confirms that Regan is possessed by the devil. In 'Exorcist 2 - The Heretic' (1977) Regan is now a relatively normal, happy teenager, living under the care of a psychiatrist (Louise Fletcher) and her mother's ex-secretary (Kitty Winn). When the demons return to haunt Regan, priest Father Lamont (Richard Burton), himself suffering a crisis of faith, is sent to investigate. In 'The Exorcist 3' (1990) 15 years have passed since Father Damien Karras died exorcising Regan MacNeil. Now his best friend Lt. Kinderman (George C. Scott) is troubled by a series of mysterious murders which are strangely reminiscent of those committed by the Gemini killer - who was executed on the night Karras died. Does the killer's spirit live on, and if so in whom? Kinderman's investigation leads him to an amnesiac in a mental hospital who has recently awoken from a 15-year coma, can describe the Gemini killings in detail, and bears an uncanny resemblance to Damien Karras... In 'Exorcist: The Beginning' (2004), set in Africa in 1949, Father Merrin (Stellan Skarsgård), his faith shattered by World War II, journeys to Kenya to join an archaeological dig that has uncovered a Byzantine church mysteriously untouched by the ravages of time. But an even greater mystery awaits: an ancient and horrific evil is now awakened and a soul-shattering death spree begins. Can Merrin summon the faith and courage to defeat humanity's oldest and most powerful foe? In 'Dominion - Prequel to the Exorcist' (2005), during an excavation in Africa, Father Merrin (Skarsgård)'s team finds a hidden church that contains an ancient evil, and a local boy begins to exhibit signs of demonic possession...
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Top Customer Reviews
The box set does indeed contain Blu-Ray prints of all of the films, the two versions of the original film being the exact two-disk set we got a little while back of the original film, and Exorcist: The Beginning and Dominion are decent HD transfers which I assume are the Blu-Ray disks previously released in the US only, but, much to my disappointment, Exorcist II and III appear to be straight up DVD transfers. They're blurry, murky, noisy (not cool HD 'film-grain', just noise) and lacking decent special features. If you already had the DVDs of the two sequels, there is absolutely nothing to be gained here, which is a real shame considering what an under-appreciated gem Exorcist III is. I can understand why nobody would bother creating a new HD transfer of Exorcist II, but the third film deserved an upscaling at the very least.
The box arrived crushed, I had to re-shape it, and the disks all fell straight out the moment I moved it. Yep, it's one of those flimsy folding cardboard sets which I thought were on their way out, and a bad one at that.Read more ›
You get 6 discs which look awful, they are the old style silver discs with no art-work, plus the box-set is made of flimsy cardboard, its about the same size of a Blu-ray case. This has to be one of the worst box-sets i have ever seen, especially, how huge the films are.
I have now had time to watch all the films and I will give you a brief insight. The Exorcist original cut comes with loads of special features, and the directors cut has some. Both films Blu-ray get a 3/5. The Exorcist 2 has a few special features but the Blu-ray quality is not the best, it gets a 1/5. Exorcist 3 has no bonus features but the picture quality is not that bad it gets a 3/5. Both Dominion and the Beginning have a nice Blu-ray quality they both get 4/5 and have a few bonus features.
The first two films - "Dominion The Prequel" and "Exorcist The Beginning" - which actually date from 2005 and 2004 respectively, both stem from the same basic idea, use most of the same sets, and feature many of the same actors (in the same roles). Yet despite the basic similarities the two storylines are significantly different so that seeing one doesn't spoil your enjoyment of the other. And yes, they are definitely BOTH worth watching. Indeed, I still can't make up my mind which I enjoyed most.
"The Exorcist" - the original film, complete with director's commentary, etc. - now gets shifted to number three, in logical order of viewing, though it was originally released in 1973.
What is remarkable is that this is possibly the least gripping of the first four films - unless you've never seen it before. That is because, IMO, it relies incredibly heavily on outrageous special effects for most of its impact. In 1973 this was cutting edge stuff and truly mind boggling, but special effects have developed so much in the last 30 years that most viewers will have seen far more convincing/stomach churning sights than are included here.
"Exorcist II The Heretic" (1977) rests almost entirely on the shoulders of Richard Burton, playing the role of Father Merrin's successor in the fight against the demon Pazuzu. This is a complete break from most of the film roles Burton played, but apart from the rather overplayed expression of a man on the edge of a total breakdown, IMO Burton does a pretty good job.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Shockingly bad disc holder. Cheap and nasty cardboard arrived crushed. 2 stars for the discs.Published 1 month ago by A R HEEKS
The fact you get the totally underrated Exorcist 3 in this package makes it worth every penny. And the laugh fest that is Exorcist 2 is worth a watch to see how not to make a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by DJ
Great value anthology - at the price, it's hard to complain. Obviously, officionados of the franchise will not include the Boorman offering as a true sequel, but it is worth... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Prof Whiteside