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Desc:Zardoz's John Boorman takes on the Exorcist mythos and fails spectacularly.
Category:Trailers, Horror
Tags:70s, 1977, ennio morricone, exorcist, linda blair
Submitted:helicopter cats
Date:08/07/07
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Comment count is 14
Roachbud - 2007-08-07
BEZUZU!!!!!!!!!!!!
fredfrankel - 2007-08-07
oh sure, you could have said "Excalibur's John Boorman", but no, you had to go and bring up Zardoz....
Old_Zircon - 2012-09-03
I like Excaliber a lot, but that would be like saying "Jimmy Page of The Firm" or "successful greeting card designer Andy Warhol."

Dinkin Flicka - 2013-11-03
I know I'm like 6 years late in weighing in on this, but "Excalibur" came like 8 years after "Exorcist 2", so what the fuck?

TeenerTot - 2007-08-07
The music makes me want to wear gogo boots and white eyeshadow.
Merzbau - 2007-08-07
That's because it's Ennio Morricone and he is a fucking badass.

oswaldtheluckyrabbit - 2007-08-07
I have a friend who insists this is better than the original.
Stopheles - 2007-08-07
Your friend is thinking of EXORCIST 3, and even then he's wrong (though it's much MUCH better than 2).

oswaldtheluckyrabbit - 2007-08-07
No, no, it's 2. He's a big film buff guy, too. The kind with a book signed by Michaelangelo Antonioni. Yet...he insists this one is better than Part 1.

Michael Houser - 2007-08-07
Exorcist 2 is often cited as 'The Worst Film Ever Made,' so I respect the stance of your friend that it is the polar opposite -- makes me want to watch it again!

Meatsack Jones - 2007-08-07
Did all priests have wacky wired head gear in the 70's? I forget.
Michael Houser - 2007-08-07
And James Earl Jones as Stereotypus Extremus.
Xiphias - 2007-08-08
That movie looks like a nonstop thrillride.
Old_Zircon - 2012-09-03
I haven't seen it since I was 12 or 13 but I remember it was very, very long and didn't make much sense. I want to watch it again now.

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