Demon: I'm not Regan. Father Karras: Well, then let's introduce ourselves. I'm Damien Karras. Demon: And I'm the Devil. Now kindly undo these straps. Father Karras: If you're the Devil, why not make the straps disappear? Demon: That's much too vulgar a display of power, Karras.
We, like many of you, are ultra curious as to just how the new stage version of the classic William Peter Blatty tale The Exorcist will play out in a live theatre setting. One thing's for sure: Star Emily Yetter has already piqued our curiosity.
Well now. Here's a bit of a shocker. A few days ago news broke that Sean Durkin, the writer-director of last year’s Martha Marcy May Marlene, was adapting The Exorcist into a ten-episode television series, backed by Morgan Creek and produced by Roy Lee. Or so it seemed.
It's amazing. It's like Exorcist-a-mania lately. With a TV miniseries and several other unrelated demonic possession flicks and TV shows on their way, the devil is once again at the top of his game. Read on for the latest on The Exorcist stage play!
Sometimes you see an idea so crazy that in the back of your mind there's a tiny voice which insists, "Ya know, this might actually work given the proper people and resources." This could be one of those times as the long talked about Exorcist miniseries is gathering steam.
Talk about timing! A few of us were in Los Angeles this past weekend and wondered what was up with the stage play version of The Exorcist, and lo and behold a press release just landed in our inbox with all the latest news, including who the stars will be. Curious? Read on for more!
Sadly, The Shrine or "True Blood" didn't take home a Grammy this evening, but horrific gold of another kind reared its ugly head - Nicki Minaj. Seriously? Someone get us a priest. Preferably an old priest and a young priest.
Welcome to the first Top 10 list of 2012! In celebration of the off-kilter weirdness that is the upcoming release of the anthology film The Theater Bizarre, we bring you a list of other movies that stand out from the crowd. We at Dread Central proudly give you, in chronological order, 10 of the most groundbreaking horror films of all time. Enjoy...
We've been talking about a stage version of the classic William Peter Blatty novel The Exorcist for some time now, but finally some concrete details have come. The power of Christ compels you to read on!
It's good to see a timeless tale like William Peter Blatty's The Exorcist still very much in the public eye as it remains as effective as ever despite the passing of four decades. Well, another iteration is on its way, and we've got the scoop for you right here!
Written by William Peter Blatty Published by Harper Collins Publishing
In just a few days a new version of The Exorcist will be hitting bookstores and online outlets, and just like everything else that's massively cool, we have your hot ticket to score a copy on us!
It's hard to believe that it's been forty years since author William Peter Blatty wrote one of the single most terrifying novels the world has ever seen in The Exorcist, but alas, time flies! To celebrate this auspicious anniversary, Blatty has retooled his book a bit, thus creating The Exorcist: 40th Anniversary Edition. From the Press Release
Time to add a little fun to your Monday afternoon. While not news by any stretch of the imagination, there are a couple of audience reaction clips floating around YouTube that we had to bring to your attention. Have some time to kill? Pull up a chair and dig on the terrors of days gone by!
Here's some news that's bound to get your head spinning. There's a new version of The Exorcist gearing up in Los Angeles but it may not be what you think it is. The power of Christ compels you to read on!