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10 BEST Christmas Gifts For The Exorcist Fans

Howdy! It’s that time of the year again, but it’s always an excellent day for an Exorcism. If you have an Exorcist fan in your life, or you want to share your love of The Scariest Film of All Time with someone you care about—and hopefully convert them into a fan along the way—you may be looking for an amazing The Exorcist-inspired Christmas gift to get them.

#1: Pazuzu StatueA statue of the wind demon, Pazuzu.

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So, this one could go either way for a lot of people. Either you really want this or you’re afraid of having a real-life Demon statue in your house. I belong to the former group. If you do, too, then now’s your chance to own the infamous statue with which Father Merrin had the most tense and impactful stare down that’s ever been featured in a horror film.

The good news? It won’t break the bank, as it’s only $20. The bad news, you may end up getting possessed. I’ve found that it’s a give-and-take relationship with Pazuzu.

#2: Playing Cards

Playing cards inspired by The Exorcist.

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Want some cheap stocking stuffers? Good news, these playing cards based off of The Exorcist are only $9.99 and each card features an iconic moment from the film.

#3: Regan Rubber Ducky

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I know you’re conflicted right now. On one hand, you’re a hardcore Exorcist fan, and rubber duckies don’t exactly scream hardcore. On the other hand, this is a freakin’ possessed Regan rubber ducky for under $20. You’re welcome.

#4: Fr. Karras’s St. Joseph Medal

Buy it at Rosa Mystica Medals by clicking here.

This is an exact replica of the St. Joseph medal Father Damien Karras was wearing in The Exorcist film. If you feel like you need a little bit of extra protection, or if you want some Exorcist-inspired bling for the Holidays, go ahead and snag this one up. I don’t care where you’re at religiously, you know you’ve always wanted this thing.

This one is a little more on the expensive side, ranging between $130-$150, but that’s a small price to pay for a piece of fine craftsmanship like this.

#5: Regan Funko Pop! Vinyl

A picture of the Regan Funko Pop Vinyl figure.

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I have one of these that sits on my media shelf right beside my copy of The Exorcist on blu-ray and it stares at me. Every. Single. Day. Before that, she would sit right in front of my computer monitor. Once again, staring at me. Every. Single. Day.

As creepy—and beautifully detailed—as she may be, I couldn’t imagine not having The Exorcist Regan Funko Pop Vinyl in my collection. She keeps me company while I work on this website, and that’s the truth. At a price point of only $18.05, she can keep you company, too.

#6: The Exorcist Neon Essential T-Shirt

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Being a fan of The Exorcist isn’t something you should be ashamed of. If you love something, you should share that love with the rest of the world, and that’s exactly what you can do with this Exorcist Neon Essential t-shirt.

There is a TON of shirts out there based on The Exorcist, but this one has a design that just stands out among the crowd, and I really enjoy it. For $22.65, you can enjoy it, too.

#7: Amulet of Pazuzu

An amulet of Pazuzu.

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Okay, so this one is similar to the statue of Pazuzu, but it’s also another replica from the film that I’ve always wanted to hold in my hands. So, I just had to include it on the list, no matter how repetitive this entry may seem. Plus, it’s fairly priced at only $34.95.

If you do end up bringing this bad boy home for the Holidays, you should dirty it up, just so the recipient has to brush off a little bit of dirt when they open it up.

#8: The Book of Roman Ritual: Volume II: Christian Burial, Exorcisms, Reserved Blessings, Etc.

A paperback copy of The Roman Ritual volume 2.

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Oh, so you decided to pick up the Pazuzu statue or the Pazuzu amulet I mentioned earlier in this article and now you or someone you love it possessed by the Demon? No problem! All you need is The Book of Roman Ritual, just like Merrin told Damien to go and get before they started the ritual of Exorcism.

Now, for only $25.99, you or someone you love can be free of Pazuzu’s torment—or any other Demon’s, for that matter—and save the day. Think of it like a virus removal program, but in real life.

#9: The Exorcist Blu-rayThe Exorcist Blu-ray 2010

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Horror fan or not, every household in the World should own a copy of The Scariest Film of All Time. For less than $10, you can even own it on blu-ray, so you can see it in the highest quality possible. Add this one to your collection, or feel harshly judged by me for the rest of eternity.

#10: The Exorcist Novel 40th Anniversary Edition (Hardcover)

The Exorcist: A Novel hardback copy.

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If it wasn’t for this book that started it all, none of us would be right here, right now. This is an absolute must-have if you’re a fan of The Exorcist. There’s no getting around it. For a little over $22.99, you can have this thing sitting on your coffee table or bookshelf. It’s on mine right now.

Happy Holidays from CaptainHowdy!

You’ve made it to the end of my 2021 Exorcist Holiday shopping guide. I hope I haven’t let you down, and you were either able to find something for yourself, something for someone else, or even better: both. I had a blast writing this out for all of you, and getting to check out some of these amazing Exorcist-themed products.

If you picked up anything on the list, please let me know. I’d love to hear what ole CaptainHowdy left you under the tree this year.

As for me, it’s that time I sign off for the night, but before I go, I’d like to wish every single one of you a Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Yule, good vibes, or whatever you celebrate.

The Captain will see you in 2022.

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