Few horror films contain such a vivid anecdotal history upon its release than The Exorcist. The collective memory of its theatrical run is heavily embellished, but overall, people were seriously traumatized. How they passed out cold, and of course — all of the people puking in the aisles. Like it or not, it is still considered one of the best horror films ever made. So what is it about this film that created such a stir when it came out, and spawned from it legendary stories from those who who were there? Well, there are plenty of reasons, but a major reason in particular was the crucifix scene.
The Crucifix Scene In The Exorcist By William Peter Blatty | Cram
Deviation Actions. Add to Favourites. If you are too bothered by this stuff, don't bother reading this. So, while looking for inspiration for one of the remaining JHH drawings, I looked this scene up And I watched this movie, like, three times, and found little shock value out of it. But looking at this scene, I realized how really hardcore it is, simply by thinking hard about it This whole scene has a WHOLE TON of "nope" written all over it; stuff nobody at the time would've thought would be acceptable to see in a movie theater before!
FOX’s “The Exorcist” Just Took Disturbing Original Scene to a New Level
Abuse has everlasting effects, physically and mentally, on the victim. Abuse comes in many forms, such as verbal insults or sexual violence. In Brian De Palmer's Carrie is a story of a young girl named Carrie White whose telekinetic powers are revealed in moments of humiliation and fear. While Rosemary's Baby, directed by Roman Polanski, depicts a young woman's struggle with her unnatural pregnancy from a horrifying conception.