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The Exorcist: The Version You've Never Seen
- Linda Blair

Overview - With a digitally remastered soundtrack including new sound effects and new music along with never-before-seen restored footage, THE EXORCIST: THE VERSION YOU'VE NEVER SEEN pays tribute to this terrifying film, originally released on Christmas Day in 1973.  Read more...

 
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Overview

With a digitally remastered soundtrack including new sound effects and new music along with never-before-seen restored footage, THE EXORCIST: THE VERSION YOU'VE NEVER SEEN pays tribute to this terrifying film, originally released on Christmas Day in 1973. It tells the story of Regan (Linda Blair), a little girl who becomes possessed by the devil and undergoes a violent exorcism conducted by two priests: an aging man at the end of his career (Max Von Sydow) and a young man having a crisis of conscience (Jason Miller). A blood-chilling film directed by William Friedkin and written by William Peter Blatty, this enhanced restoration of the original will thrill audiences anew.

Cast List

Linda Blair - Actress, THE EXORCIST
William Peter Blatty - Novelist/Writer/Director
Jack Nitzsche - Composer/Music Producer
Bernard Alfred Nitzsche - Composer/Music Producer
Ellen Burstyn - American actress, ALICE DOESN'T LIVEHERE ANYMORE
Ellen McRae - American actress, ALICE DOESN'T LIVEHERE ANYMORE
Edna Rae - American actress, ALICE DOESN'T LIVEHERE ANYMORE
Keri Flynn - American actress, ALICE DOESN'T LIVEHERE ANYMORE
Erica Dean - American actress, ALICE DOESN'T LIVEHERE ANYMORE
Edna Rae Gillooly - American actress, ALICE DOESN'T LIVEHERE ANYMORE
Kitty Winn - American actress, THE EXORCIST
Bill Malley
Jack MacGowran - Irish character actor, THE EXORCIST
Lee J. Cobb - American actor, ON THE WATERFRONT, THE EXORCIST
Owen Roizman - American Director Of Photography
Jordan Leondopoulos
Billy Williams - Director of Photography
Bud Smith - Editor/Director/Producer
Dick Smith - Hollywood Make-Up and Effects, THE EXORCIST, LITTLE BIG MAN
Jerry Wunderlich - Set Decorator
Jason Miller - American actor, playwright, THE EXORCIST
Max Von Sydow - Swedish actor, director, THE EXORCIST
Max von Sydow - Swedish actor, director, THE EXORCIST
William Friedkin - Oscar winning American director, THE FRENCH CONNECTION
Norman Gay - Editor

 
Details
    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 254
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 883929101436
  • Genre: Horror
  • Rating: R (MPAA)
  • Release Date: March 2016

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Notes:
Theatrical Release: September 22, 2000 Ellen Burstyn suffered permanent injury to her spine during shooting of the scene in which she is knocked across the room. Friedkin punched Father William O'Malley during shooting of Father Karras's death scene to elicit a better performance. This new release includes 12 minutes of additional footage, including the infamous "spider-walk" scene, in which the possessed Regan walks backward on all fours down a staircase; it also includes scenes that provide additional psychological background on Regan, more subliminal, shadowy shots of the demon, and an alternate ending with a lighter tone than the original release.

Reviews:
"...THE EXORCIST retains the power to turn heads--and stomachs....A new shocker has been included: the infamous "spider walk," in which Blair's Regan descends the stairs like a crazed crab, bent over backward, mouth gushing blood..." - 09/22/2000 USA Today, p.6E


"...THE EXORCIST remains the ultimate exploitation-nightmare vision of the onslaught of adolescence....[It speaks] to a larger, if unconscious, collective fear..." -- Rating: A- - 09/29/2000 Entertainment Weekly, p.105


"...THE EXORCIST was and is a brilliant horror film, one with an archetypal ability to reach and disturb us. It will survive as long as people care about well-made movies..." - 09/22/2000 Chicago Sun-Times, p.31

 
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