That said, the actual visual of Linda Blair's character walking down the stairs in reverse all-fours is quite a haunting sight to see. EEK!
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ECM I still love Matt and Ben, they have gone on to do movies that I have really enjoyed.
As for the The Exorcist I love it. Hubby can't stand the move, I mean he gets really upset by it. I can't figure why , its just pea soup
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LOL at the pea soup comment, Fanny. I just am a big old wuss. I can't watch any horror movies, even the ones my kids say aren't frightening.
I did love watching Rod Serling's Twilight Zone series, though. They weren't scary, just suspenseful.
I think we might read the book for horror book club. I've never read it. Now the movie I have seen many times. First time I saw was with a good friend when I was about 13 at a sleepover. We slept with crucifixes that night.
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I'm gonna start watching some movies my family owns on DVD.
First off, it's going to be Eat, Pray, Love with Julia Roberts. Ready to go.
So it took a while, but I am done.
As is often the case, it takes me a little while to get into a movie. A movie may start out neutrally in a way that causes me to not have any interest, but as it gets deeper into the film, the more it pulls me in. And usually, I end up liking it. That was the case here.
I enjoyed the acting, I enjoyed a lot of the scenes, scenery, and characters.
The one thing that I didn't really like was that the relationships Julia built with the characters overtime, and what we saw of them, felt a bit too rushed. But other than that, I thought it was a good movie. And no I never read the book.
Now for my rating, I'm stuck between a 3.5 and a 4. Either one works for me.