The Exorcist

The Exorcist Audience Reaction

Beelzebub’s Blockbuster: Why ‘The Exorcist’ Terrified Audiences in 1973

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‘The Exorcist’ was the Christmas hit that rocked Hollywood. Here’s why audiences in 1973 found the film so scary.

Saint Maud Rose Glass

‘Maud’ and God: A Conversation with Rose Glass

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The writer-director’s debut feature, ‘Saint Maud,’ is finally coming to US screens. We got on the phone with her nearly a year ago.

Mercedes Mccambridge Exorcist

One Hell of a Performance: How Mercedes McCambridge Gave a Demon a Voice

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What an excellent day for a celebration of Mercedes McCambridge.

The Exorcist Banned Trailer

What The Banned Trailer for ‘The Exorcist’ Can Teach Us About Our Tolerance for Terror

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Nightmare fuel or experimental masterpiece? You decide.

Robocop Defenestration

A Celebration of Great Movie Defenestrations

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People being thrown out of windows is one of cinema’s most entertaining tropes.

Along Came The Devil

Jason DeVan on Exploring the Reality of Evil in ‘Along Came The Devil’

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We chat with the director about following in the footsteps of a cinematic masterpiece and riding the line between exploitation and truthful terror.

The Devil And Father Amorth

45 Years after ‘The Exorcist’ William Friedkin Captures Real Evil On Screen

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Friedkin’s new documentary, The Devil and Father Amorth challenges our modern concepts of evil.