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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 At first sullen and withdrawn, Regan becomes aggressive and blasphemous, and ugly welts appear on her face and body.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...
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Loads of top class actors have graced these productions ; Max Von Sydow, James Earl Jones, George C Scott, Ellen Burnstyn, Richard Burton, Nicol Williamson, Brad Dourif and of course Linda Blair. I must say that not all were in top form when they appeared but each film has plenty going for it and has something to offer the viewer. Stellan Skarsgard, compelling in the superb tv series 'River' recently, had a bit of an off day in both prequel films in my opinion but I'm obviously biased as he's put in some good stuff in so many of his other films.
Directing-wise, a little bit mixed ; William Friedkin of course with the groundbreaking foremost, Renny Harlin, John Boorman, Paul Schrader and even novelist of the original book, William Peter Blatty, wrote the screenplay and directed the third film of the series before the two prequels were made. That one novel must have really coined it in for Blatty.
Five films stretching from 1973 to 2005, all with English subtitles, plus subtitles for the hearing impaired. An evolution of the psychological horror film, not necessarily getting better chronologically but perhaps reflecting a directors vision of 'the exorcist' over the thirty years.
Maybe Hollywood are due to make another version soon?
spoil the tension. All I basically want is the original and the *third* instalment in the original story line........scrap *the heretic* it's rubbish. the prequels etc. are all money grabs............The book is an intense reading experience, pity it wasn't a mini series then the *Sharon* character could've been fleshed out more.