The Exorcist III
Horror • R • 1990 • 1 hr 50 min
So underrated it’s crazy ,great follow up to the exorcist ignore the very poor exorcist 2 this should av been the only sequel watch n enjoy
It's a slow movie but definitely has its moments. If you have some patience and enjoyed the first one than I suggest giving this one a watch
This movie has got to be one of the most underated movie due to the disaster of the sequel Brad dourif as the gemini killer is great in this
Fever dream. Top 3 jump scare. George C. Scott and Brad F Dourif. Breakfast nook. What a fun crazy movie.
Extremely enjoyable for its superb cast and sharp dialogue alongside its emphasis on inferred tension and horror.
The shots here are something else. This Film is a kind of antithesis of modern movies. Only beautifull shots and nice practical effects.
Fantastic follow-up to am undisputed masterpiece
Not the greatest, but worth it just for Brad Dourif.
Después de la catástrofe de la dos, está enmedio un poco el universo del exorcista, sin embargo quedó a deber.
Touted as having one of the best jump scares of all time…I fail to see the hype.
When a charming 12-year-old girl takes on the characteristics and voices of others, doctors say there is nothing they can do. As people begin to die, the girl's mother realizes her daughter has been possessed by the devil--and that her daughter's only possible hope lies with two priests and the ancient rite of demonic exorcism.
Bizarre nightmares plague Regan MacNeil four years after her possession and exorcism.
A police lieutenant uncovers more than he bargained for as his investigation of a series of murders, which have all the hallmarks of the deceased Gemini serial killer, leads him to question the patients of a psychiatric ward.
Having lived through traumatizing events during WWII, Father Lankester Merrin takes a sabbatical from the Church to conduct archaeological excavations in British-administered East Africa. Merrin unearths an ancient Byzantine church believed have been built and then immediately buried to keep down evil from the crypt below. The natives are convinced that uncovering the church has unleashed a demon, and begin to violently clash with the British military troops. As the village rapidly disintegrates into chaos and war, Merrin must face-off with the demon which has taken possession of somebody close to him.
Haunted by terrible acts the Nazis forced him to participate in, the disenchanted Father Lankester Merrin focuses his energies on helping with an archaeological dig in the northern part of Kenya. There, the crew uncovers a church that predates Christian missions into the area, but the discovery also causes strange events to start occurring -- including physical changes to a young, disabled boy, whom Merrin grows to suspect has been possessed by a demon.
Since his wife's death, Victor has raised his daughter Angela alone. After she and her friend return from a three-day disappearance with missing memories, they begin displaying frightening behavior reminiscent of the MacNeil possession fifty years prior.
The second installment in Universal's trilogy of sequels to "The Exorcist."