Exorcist 3: Legion Movie Review 1990

Information and Film Reviews for Exorcist 3: Legion the Movie

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Apparently subscribing to the two wrongs make a right school of sequels, this time novelist Blatty is the director. The result is slightly better than the first sequel, but still a far cry from the original. Fifteen years later, Detective Kinderman (Scott) is faced with a series of really gross murders bearing the mark of a serial killer who was flambeed in the electric chair on the same night as the exorcism of the pea-soup expectorating devil of the original. With the aid of priests Flanders and Dourif, the detective stalks the transmigratory terror--without the help of Linda Blair, who was at the time spoofing "The Exorcist" in "Repossessed."

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Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 105 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Occult, Serial Killers, Cops, Torn in Two (or More), Executing Revenge, Grim Reaper
Screenplay
William Peter Blatty
Cast
George C. Scott, Ed Flanders, Jason Miller, Nicol Williamson, Scott Wilson, Brad Dourif, Nancy Fish, George DiCenzo, Viveca Lindfors, Patrick Ewing, Fabio
Cinematography
Gerry Fisher
Director
William Peter Blatty
Music
Barry DeVorzon
Other
Todd C. Ramsay
Producer
Morgan Creek Productions, 20th Century-Fox

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