At first, we were skeptical about The Exorcist TV series. But when we finally got a chance to watch it, we realized it’s not a wan imitation of the movie—it’s a wonderfully unsettling expansion of the movie’s universe. If you’re a horror fan and you’re not tuning in, you’re missing out.
A somewhat surprising reveal from the latest episode of Fox’s The Exorcist confirmed it ties directly into the events of the first film. It’s perfect if you were curious to find out what happened after the end of the original flick, and maybe want to pretend like the sequels don’t exist.
The Exorcist, a new TV series inspired by the 1973 horror classic, premieres tonight on Fox. The first episode is strong, setting up multiple narratives, introducing compelling characters, and delivering shriek-worthy scares. The rest of the season has a lot to live up to, but by the grace of Pazuzu, it’s totally…
“There are things... going on... in my house,” Geena Davis solemnly announces in the trailer for the upcoming TV show The Exorcist, which looks to be very loosely inspired by the classic horror movie that provides its title. The demon is still present and accounted for, however.
Geena Davis is down for a Beetlejuice sequel, depending how "ghosts age" - and now Michael Keaton is too. In fact it's "the one thing I'd love to do again." We agree, bring back the ghost with the most! [MovieHole]