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William Peter Blatty Passes Away At 89-Years-Old

… sigh. This is truly a sad for for all of us fans of The Exorcist, and it’s one that’s not going to be forgotten — ever. It’s just one of those things that’s extremely hard to write about, and I know that the news has broken practically everywhere else, and …

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William Friedkin to receive Venice Lifetime Achievement Award

Director William Friedkin rose above the rest with ground-breaking feature films in the 1970s. The French Connection (1971), The Exorcist (1973), and Sorcerer (1977), were among films that brought a profound change in American cinema regarded as ‘the New Hollywood’. Recognizing his accomplishments, the Venice International Film Festival has announced …

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Tweeters #askregan, Linda Blair replies

FEARnet knows it’s an excellent day year for an exorcism, as they began celebrating the 40th Anniversary of The Exorcist on Wednesday with a live Twitter Q&A with Linda Blair. Followers submitted questions with the hashtag #askregan. For any die-hard Exorcist fans following the conversation, nothing we don’t already know about the …

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