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The Exorcist: Extended Director's Cut (2 Discs) (Blu-ray)

Released on 11 October 2010

Featuring: Ellen Burstyn, Linda Blair & Max Von Sydow

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 18 years & over

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Controversial and popular from the moment it opened, The Exorcist marks its historic Blu-ray premiere in a 2-Disc Edition featuring Stunning Hi-Def Presentations of the Original 1973 Theatrical Version and the 2000 Extended Director's Cut.

The frightening and realistic tale of an innocent girl inhabited by a terrifying entity, her mother's frantic resolve to save her and two priests - one doubt-ridden, the other a rock of faith - joined in battling ultimate evil always leaves viewers breathless. This greatest supernatural thriller of all time astonishes and unsettles like no other movie.
  • Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By purchasing this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age and over.
  • Remastered Director's Cut + Theatrical Cut
  • 3 x commentaries (two by Friedkin)
  • New "Filming Exorcist" documentary (40 min) - Features intimate footage of cast & crew. Makeup tests, stunt sequences, and more are revealed. This is never before seen footage from cinematographer Owen Roizman which for the first time literally puts viewers on the set of this groundbreaking film with Linda Blair, Max von Sydow and the filmakers.
  • New "Exorcist Locations" (10 min) - Featurette on the various shooting locations of the film
  • New "Exorcist: Different Versions" (10 min) - Featurette on the various versions of the film
  • Existing "Fear of God" documentary (77 min)
  • Existing Interview Gallery (12 min)
  • Existing Dir.Cut + Theatrical Cut Trailers/Spots (10 min)

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 Excellent on Blu Ray

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Ignore the people saying this does not look good on Blu Ray - the film looks better than it did in the cinema - the only people who will not like this are those that expect film grain to be removed by digital processes. The detail is superb, the lighting, colour and sound are great. People should not expect all films to be messed with to look like they were filmed yesterday.....it looks like a FILM not an HD TV programme, which is exactly what a true film fan would be looking for. Highly recommended.

 'a disturbing expierience'

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'the exorcist' is probably one of the most talked about films of all times, certainly one of the most controversial.
it is about to be seen by a bran new audience, with the advances in cinema will it still have as profound an effect ?
i would like to tell you a little about my first memory's of going to see the movie at the cinema back in the early 70's
outside the cinema a group of people, probably a religous group were handing out leaflets asking us not to go in.
the film started quite slowly, a few happenings in the local church and a growing number of noises in the loft, i think some of the audience thought that was as bad as it was going to get, however as it became more intense you could have heard a pin drop.
medics patroled the isle's in case it was becoming to much for some.
afrer the film it had troubled my partner so much i had to take her on to a club to try and ease the effect the film had had.
such was the films impact at the time, truly we'd never seen anything like it before.
like many films of that time which were indeed pushing the boundries of what was acceptable at that time, the film was banned for several years.
i think it's impact was greater because of the subject of the possession---a young girl.
in the extented version we have the famous 'crab-walk' down the stairs, it was considered to bizarre for the theatrical version, in my opiinion i think the film is more scary without it , but that's me.
whilst i suspect the advances in cinema enjoyed today will lessen the impact of the film, istill feel there is enough to shock even today's 'hi-tech' audiences.
of course the did make a few sequels to the film, they fell wll short of the brilliant presentation of this effort.
if your about to see it for the first time..............enjoy ?

 At times your watching a snow storm in the extended version

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This review is about the quality of the blu-ray film is still very gripping and i sure if you are buying this you do not need another review on the film. There are two versions here the original release and the extended version, Firstly it appears the original version does not suffer from drops in picture quality like the extended version, each extra scene you can clearly see a drop in quality however parts in both versions when the contrast is low look like you are watching the film through a snow storm. More care appears to be taken with the sound and the DTS sound is good in both version. So is it worth it yes if you have not got it but do not expect a massive leap in quality. the extras are good mostly the same a s th DVD with the BBC excellent documentary the fear of God. The rating for the transfer not the film which is a 5 star film

 "..DEFINITIVE HORROR.."

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The Exorcist is probably the most heard of horror movie ever made, a set in stone iconic horror movie thats very forward thinking for the time it was made, a genuine shocker full of dread thats very well directed and has brilliant acting performances from the cast, the effects are quality for back then and still look convincing today, for any horror collection this has to be there, it may not be the scariest film ever now but its certainly a cult classic and should be seen for the quality filmmaking and strong story and acting. The new bluray version looks amazing its almost like it was made yesterday and there are tons of great features for the money, plus this is the extended directors cut.

 Masterpiece!

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Today's audience tend to rock the cinema to see films such as 'Saw', 'Devil' and 'The Last Exorcism', but it was in 1973, when true horror graced the cinema.

As a non-believer in God, or any religion for that matter, I shouldn't really be in the minority. In fact, I'm not even a massive Horror film fan, I tend to watch anything and everything, whether it's poor or a masterpiece...and this is surely a masterpiece.

I have a great level of respect and interest in religion, and have studied Religion, as a personal interest. The Exorcist happens to be a perfect take on the dark side of Religion, of demonic possession in modern day (well, 1973, but you know what I mean) America.

What makes this film so perfect is that with the book, it has shock value. This isn't a jumpy film, or a gory film, but it shocks you, due to the amount of disturbing, demonic visage.

I have seen this film dozens of times, and have never been bored, nor have I ever found a single thing wrong with the film. Like Mark Kermode, I think this is easily one of the greatest films ever made, up there with classics like "2001: A Space Odyssey", "Alien", "Taxi Driver" and "Jaws".

I believe the Picture and Audio Quality is very impressive, and that the Features are brilliant, specifically the new ones (if it's anything to by, the features for The Exorcist have always been well done).

But, what I should note is that this edition has both cuts of the movie. Which I am happy about. I think both editions 'The Theatrical Cut' and 'The Version You've Never Seen' are fantasic, and I enjoy showing both versions to people, to get different reactions...the Spider-Walk is usually the primary scare-factor.

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ActorsEllen Burstyn, Linda Blair, Max Von Sydow, Lee J. Cobb, Jack MacGowran, Jason Miller & Kitty Winn
DirectorWilliam Friedkin
Certificate18 years and over
Year1973
ScreenWidescreen 1.78:1
LanguagesEnglish - DTS-HD Master Audio (6.1)
SubtitlesEnglish for the hearing impaired ; Danish ; Dutch ; Finnish ; French ; German for the hearing impaired ; Italian for the hearing impaired ; Japanese ; Norwegian ; Brazilian Portuguese ; Castilian Spanish ; Latin American Spanish ; Swedish
Duration2 hours and 12 minutes (approx)