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The Exorcist III

The Exorcist III watch full movie online, The Exorcist III watch hd, The Exorcist III watch free hd, The Exorcist III free movie, Fifteen years after the original film, the philosophical Lieutenant William F. Kinderman is investigating a baffling series of murders on Georgetown that all contain the hallmarks of The Gemini, a deceased serial killer. His investigation eventually leads him to a catatonic patient in a psychiatric hospital who has recently started to speak, claiming he is The Gemini and detailing the murders, but bears a striking resemblance to Father Damien Karras.

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What’s good in this film we can attribute to William Peter Blatty’s script and direction and to the casting, especially Brad Dourif and George C. Scott; what’s bad, to Executive Meddling – in particular the last minute exorcism performed by a last minute priest; it says a lot that Burton’s Father Lamont from Exorcist II: The Heretic is more memorable than Nicol Williamson’s Father Morning.

Unlike The Heretic, III looks and feels – except for a bizarre dream sequence featuring cameos by Fabio and Patrick Ewing as angels – like it belongs in the same world as The Exorcist; that is to say, it knows the words and the music.

There are haunting visuals that stay with you long after the film is over (the crucifix opening its eyes, the old woman crawling on the ceiling, Scott’s daughter’s near decapitation). At the same time, the film has a sense of humor that I would call shakespearean; Father Joseph Dyer (Ed Flanders), whose dialogue includes a reference to Mel Brooks’s Spaceballs, is akin to the gravedigger in Hamlet or the porter in Macbeth.

What bothers me about III is the same that troubles me about The Heretic – though to a much lesser degree –, and it’s the ‘how.’ Specifically, how Patient X, alias Father Damien Karras (Jason Miller), ends up in a cell in a hospital’s psychiatric ward for the past 15 years.

It’s a good thing that Blatty decided to have X played by both Miller and Dourif – more so the latter than the former –, because Dourif, as James ‘The Gemini Killer’ Venamun, has a long, expository, loose-end-tying monologue which proves that sometimes you can indeed polish a turd; it doesn’t, even after allowing for supernatural intervention, make a lick of sense (the corpse of a beloved local priest bursts out of his “cheap little coffin” and goes missing, and no one is the wiser? Yeah, right), but it’s all in the delivery.

Dourif turns in a blood-curdling, bone-chilling campfire tale (at one point he even briefly reflects “is this true?”, as if he finds it hard to swallow himself). Now, I’m not saying Miller couldn’t have done this, but in retrospect I don’t see how he or anyone else could have; I only know Dourif did it because I watched him do it in a movie-stealing performance that doubled the considerable respect I already had for him and his craft.