The Exorcist III (1990) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

The Exorcist III

William Peter Blatty directed the movie The Exorcist III in 1990 as an English language American Horror film movie. Carter DeHaven, James G. Robinson has produced the movie under the banner: Morgan Creek Productions. George C. Scott, Ed Flanders played the lead roles while the supporting roles are played by Jason Miller, Scott Wilson. Music Director Barry De Vorzon composed the music while William Peter Blatty has provided the screenplay.

  • Release Date:  1990
  • Genre:  Possession
  • Cast and Crew: George C. Scott, Ed Flanders, Jason Miller, Scott Wilson, Brad Dourif, Nicol Williamson, Scott Wilson, Nancy Fish, George DiCenzo, Don Gordon, Lee Richardson, Mary Jackson, Viveca Lindfors, Ken Lerner, Grand L. Bush, Tracy Thorne.
  • Director:  William Peter Blatty
  • Screenwriter:  William Peter Blatty

The Exorcist III (1990) Ratings:

  • Drew = 7 / 10;
  • Raoul = 7.5 / 10;

The Exorcist III (1990) Synopsis:

Father Damien Karras’s friends, Lt. Kinderman and Father Dyer, meet on the anniversary of his death. Unfortunately for Lt. Kinderman, a serial killer copycatting the old Gemini Killer’s murders is on the loose at this time, and he has an unholy power unsuspecting to the Georgetown community.

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The Exorcist III (1990) Review:

The Exorcist III is simply one of those underrated gems that get overlooked because of the abundant amount of sequels pumped out from money grabbing movie makers. So, how come The Exorcist III surpasses the second installment by far? To put it simply, William Peter Blatty wrote and directed a film sequel to his original novel made into a screenplay. The movie brought back the hard hitting grotesque dialogue and most importantly, the scare factor. Blatty shot the movie to tend towards the psychological horror aspects and added to it a scare factor that brought tense and jumpy scenes. The movie is often accredited to having one of the scariest horror scene ever made, one that absolutely no one saw coming.