Tag Archives: Linda Blair

My 12 Favorite Horror Movies

Halloween is coming, and the dead shall rise from their graves. At least on a TV screen near you. We are awash in lists of the greatest horror movies ever made, and everybody’s trying to come up with a twist of their own. Well, I decided to just list my 12 favorites, a bunch of … Continue reading My 12 Favorite Horror Movies

The Exorcist: Touched By a Demon

SOMETHING BEYOND COMPREHENSION IS HAPPENING TO A LITTLE GIRL, ON THIS STREET, IN THIS HOUSE. A MAN HAS BEEN CALLED FOR AS A LAST RESORT TO TRY AND SAVE HER. THAT MAN IS THE EXORCIST. Today it’s difficult to understand the impact The Exorcist had on people upon its release in 1973. The film followed in the … Continue reading The Exorcist: Touched By a Demon

Scream: Movie Murder Mania

SOMEONE’S TAKEN THEIR LOVE OF SCARY MOVIES ONE STEP TOO FAR! In 1994, Wes Craven directed his New Nightmare, the only Freddy Krueger flick he made after the original. It was a surprisingly intelligent outing, a meta-slasher that incorporated Craven himself into the movie and made Krueger a killer who existed both in the films and … Continue reading Scream: Movie Murder Mania

Exorcist II: The Heretic

IT’S FOUR YEARS LATER… WHAT DOES SHE REMEMBER? Father Philip Lamont (Richard Burton) starts investigating what happened to Father Merrin (Max von Sydow); Regan (Linda Blair) survived his exorcism, but the demon remains inside of her. This sequel ignores the fact that the girl did lose the demon in the original film. Whatever. Out of the … Continue reading Exorcist II: The Heretic