According to a study at the University of Westminster, watching horror movies can burn up to 200 calories per viewing. That's about as many calories that chocolate bar you are scarfing has.
To most genre fans, The Exorcist is considered one of the most celebrated horror movies ever made. Very few can dispute its power, impact and influence.
Ten-time Academy Award nominee, The Exorcist has inspired generations of filmmakers, but never has anyone done it better than in William Peter Blatty’s The Exorcist. The film still stands with Rosemary’s Baby and an extremely small handful of others as a horror film that won an Oscar.
Nothing says "home-made" gift like crocheted projectile vomit. Sometimes I get down on crafting. How many tea cozies can one world possibly need? But then I see something like this fully crocheted scene from The Exorcist and it renews my faith in handicrafts.
Christmas-time 1973 delivered a major present for horror fans wrapped in a big pukey bow. The Exorcist premiered December 26, and changed the face of movie making while dividing critics, enraging some moviegoers, and causing a great debate within the MPAA ratings system.