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Paranormal Task Force: The St. Louis Exorcism

The folks over at Paranormal Task Force recently brought their site back online after a short absence. This is good news for fans of The Exorcist because it also means their page devoted to research into the 1949 St Louis exorcism is back online. The ˜actual’ exorcism, which was reported …

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FanArt: The perfect cast for Merrin

It’s been a while since I’ve posted some Exorcist FanArt and I’d like to apologize to Hatter46 for not publishing this earlier, as he sent it to my inbox some time ago (and posted it in the discussion forums). Long-timers here at The Exorcist Fansite will remember a piece of …

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Is there actual talk of a remake?

KEVIN wrote: Hey captain, great website. I’m hooked. My question is this: Is there actual talk of a re-make? I’ve done a little research and it’s pretty quiet on the subject. I’m not sure if I’m o.k. with it, but at the same time I would love to see a …

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Horror Hall of Fame Exorcist Featurette

new poster for the exorcist

An awards show dubbed The Horror Hall of Fame went to air in September 1990, recognizing horror films that had scared the pants off of people in the history of cinema. The Exorcist was the first film to be recognized on the night. The show included a short featurette of …

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On a personal note

scene from The Exorcist, Regan and Pazuzu

I’d like to thank all supporters and regular visitors of The Exorcist Fansite, and especially those who forwarded me messages of love and support this week as my wife and I celebrated the birth of our first child. Bringing a new life to this world has brought me new responsibilities …

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The Fear of God: 25 Years of The Exorcist

For as long as I can remember, The Fear of God: 25 Years of The Exorcist has been the most requested video here at Everything Exorcist. Produced and directed by Nick Freand Jones, The Fear of God aired on the BBC in 1998, written and presented by renowned Exorcist journalist Mark Kermode. It was the …

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