Ian and Stella are both big fans of 1973’s The Exorcist (it’s Ian’s favourite film), but neither have ever seen the occasionally-feted-in-cult-film-circles standalone sequel written and directed by original Exorcist author and producer William Peter Blatty, 1990’s The Exorcist III. Dan has seen it before, and read Blatty’s novel Legion, from which it was adapted, and was left with mixed feelings. Now it’s time for all three to walk those Georgetown steps again. Warning: contains strong opinions…
Relevant Links and Availability
The Exorcist III is available on Blu-Ray from Scream Factory (including the original cut) and is also frequently shown on the UK Horror Channel
Ted Bundy: Falling for a Killer is currently available on streaming, free for subscribers to Amazon Prime
It’s A Sin is currently available to watch in its entirety via All4
Quatermass and the Pit is currently available for streaming via BritBox
Camp Cretaceous is currently available for streaming via Netflix
Barbara Shelley’s obituary in The Guardian
Read more about The Exorcist III at Den of Geek and Bloody Disgusting
RedLetterMedia’s video on The Exorcist III on YouTube
Matthew Danczak’s video on The Exorcist III on YouTube
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