On October 26th 2015, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) will release The Exorcist Anthology, the entire collection.

To celebrate, we have a copy to giveaway!

A true cinema landmark, the theological thriller is one of the top ten box-office performers of all time. The Exorcist took 10 Academy Award® nominations, including Best Picture, and won two Oscars®, for Best Adapted Screenplay, as well as winning for Best Sound. Subsequently, the film went on to become a multi-million pound franchise.

The special edition Blu-ray includes the complete series of Exorcist films:
The Exorcist (1973)
The Exorcist: Extended Cut (1973)
Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977)
Exorcist III: The Legion (1990)
Exorcist: The Beginning (2004)
Dominion: Prequel To The Exorcist (2005)

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For your chance to win THE EXORCIST ANTHOLOGY, simply comment below telling us the moment in any of The Exorcist films which chills you the most.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Tuesday 3rd November 2015 and one valid comment will be chosen and notified by email.

• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• Entrants must be aged 18 years or older
• One entry per household
• The promoter of this competition is Fetch Dynamic Ltd
• The prize will be delivered to the winner within 28 days of confirmation of delivery address
• There is no cash alternative to Prizes which are subject to availability, non-transferable, non-negotiable and non-refundable. Prizes may not be sold, offered for sale or used in connection with any other competition or promotion by the Prize winner
• 1 winner will win 1x The Exorcist Anthology on Blu-Ray
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

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  1. I saw it when it first came out, the scene where she used the crucifix on herself was absolutely shocking at the time. I remember the newspaper reports condemning the movie.

  2. That creepy scene with Father Karrass dreaming about his dead mother walking up some steps out of a subway and then all of a sudden you get a demonic looking face flash up on the screen for half a second.

  3. One of the film’s most horrifying scenes in the original Exorcist has to be the notorious crucifix-masturbation scene, symbolically simulating the loss of virginity for the young teenager and how she bellowed obscenities in the Devil’s voice as she was doing it…….that voice is just creepy.

  4. When the priest visits the Old Folks’ Home in the second sequel (I think!) and is talking to the oldie and another one scuttles across the ceiling above them. Of course as I’m going from memory I may have the wrong film series altogether…I’m getting older you know!

  5. In the sequence where she is thrown away from her possessed daughter, that was horrible. did you know she actually fell on her coccyx and screamed in pain, which was caught on film and adds to the realism of that scene.

  6. I actually saw the original Exorcist film when it came out in the cinema (I went with my brother in law who was 8 years older than me so they didn’t question I was underage) and it wasn’t the film that freaked me out most but all the St Johns Ambulance and religious nutters etc in the foyer after the film giving out leaflets etc in case we became possessed. Now that I found disturbing.

  7. When you rewatch the film and start seeing some of the split second subliminal images of the demon face. It really sticks with you

  8. exorcist 3: the scene which is essentially a long static take of a corridor as a nurse makes her finals round of the night. you know the camera wouldn’t stay lingering like that unless something was going to happen, but what is happening is so mundane. it’s a bold move holding it that long, but it makes the jump-scare that much more effective when it finally arrives.

  9. There was so many chilling scenes but the one where she’s tied to the bed and the priest is performing the exorcism chills me 🙁

  10. When the priest looks up at the house,and you can tell he senses something!!! classic spin tingling moment of the film x

  11. When Regan tells the astronaut “You’re going to die up there,” then pees on the carpet. And then it got worse. A classic.

  12. When the priests first enter her room. The scariest bit of every film is the rising anticipation that builds up in your own head and the more creative you are yourself the scarier thoughts seep in…usually the actual movie scene is a bit of a let down 😉

  13. Probably not an obvious one but when they enter the buried church for the first time in exorcist the beginning – unnerved me for some reason!

  14. Since you said any of the films I have to go against the grain and pick part 3 as my fave! The best moment of course being the nurse meets scissors scene.

  15. Probably the swearing. There was a Tourette Syndrome meeting of 500 at Peterborough Cathedral shortly after I watched the film, but I was blocked from entry because I would cure them using the Kadir-Buxton Method. I got in by pretending to be suffering from Tourette Syndrome using the choice language that I had picked up from the film, and cured them all. My halo was shiny after that!

  16. The whole scene of the dialogue and head spinning round – absolutely horrific for its time and still remains so today!

  17. The spider walk! It really gives me the creeps and I look away! A great scene for a fantastic film but very scary for me!

  18. In the first one, for some reason it’s the bit with all the flies that I found really chilling, it just tells you that something is very very unnatural and wrong.

  19. Exorcist 3 – There’s a scene where someones ankles get slit! It’s stayed with me and is a fear of mine to this day!

  20. The bit that still gives me the creeps is Father Karras’ dream about his mum… really eerie and quiet, and the first glimpse of THE FACE… bit different in the crystal clear days of dvd/bluray, but watching this film on a bootleg VHS in the early nineties as a teenager, knowing it was BANNED, then questioning seeing that subliminal flicker of an evil face, rewinding and watching again, trying to pause it, HOPING I’d see it again and that it was part of the film and not something worse… brrrrrrr…. Watching that film was the closest thing I’ve ever had to watching the tape out of Ringu!!!

  21. The scariest bit was when she said the line “Your mother….in hell”. That’s scary coming from a little girl’s mouth.

  22. The part that goes through me is her on the ceiling bent over, I can’t watch double jointed people on t.v. it goes through me lol

  23. I love the crucifix scene and the whole interplay between the priest and the possessed. The first movie was awesome – the sequels as always never lived up to it.

  24. Does it make me a total whimp that I got freaked out just by Max Von Sydow having a stare down with the statue in the opening moments of the first one?

  25. Ellen Burstyn received a permanent spinal injury during filming. In the sequence where she is thrown away from her possessed daughter, a harness jerked her hard away from the bed. She fell on her coccyx and screamed in pain – this was caught on film and adds to the realism of that scene.

  26. The scene where she masturbates with the crucifix.

    I have seen quite a few comments about the music being eerie. I think that it is interesting how the perception of Tubular Bells was changed by it being used in this film. Still a fantastic piece of music.

  27. The music in the first movie stayed with me for ages. I was a kid when I saw the movie (early 80s). My husband finds the story in the first movie horrifying because it’s about the possession of a child. Yes, the effects are maybe not so great now, but the idea behind it is…

  28. When I first hear that god-awful possessed voice, that really played on my mind, and my Mum had to check my wardrobe every night before I’d go to sleep! 🙂

  29. I saw the original Exorcist at the cinema when it was first released and can still remember the shock I felt when Regan’s head spun round.

  30. I only saw the original in thought it wasn’t scary at all so it would be good to watch the rest to see if they can change my mind

  31. i’m petrified of it… all of it… even the name turns my stomach.. i went to see it alone when i was 17 as my shift changed at work and i didn’t have time to go home to come back again.. so i went to the cinema…. i was psychological scared of it for years and wore a crucifix all the time and rubbed it at night …( i know ) 🙁 i wore the crucifix out… i am getting better at least i can talk about it now..

  32. In The Exorcist III, when the nurse in the hospital is chased by the guy covered in a bed sheet and garden shears, and the score just booms when the guy comes through the doorway.

  33. Oh gosh! Years since I’ve seen these! So creepy! The language – the spider walk – the vomit – the head spinning ….. argh!

  34. have watched these since i was old enough and must say they are one of my favourites. i love excorcism themed horror movies so would love to win 🙂

  35. When Reagan comes down the stairs upside down! The whole film was so monumental though – good had never lost to Evil and it was such a massive twist in the horror genre – still love it!

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