Episode 40 The Exorcist (1973)
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After a little break, Co-hosts Robert Lendrum and Jamie Roberts are back to review a classic film from the horror pantheon, William Friedkin's The Exorcist (1973). Nearly 50 years after its release, does this film hold up? Did Friedkin get a cut of the Ouija Board sales? Why is Detective Kinderman always trying to give people movie tickets? Is this a revenge film? Or a discussion on the limits of modern medicine? Also, who will win our first ever Running Scared Award for the person who got the most exercise making this film?
Please note: The version of The Exorcist we are covering is the 2014 re-release entitled "The Version You've Never Seen" which includes 11 minutes of footage not used in the original cut.
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