Comments Resurface About The Scariest Movie On The Planet “The Exorcist.”

 
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On Thursday, we celebrated 40 spine-chilling years of “The Exorcist.”

The iconic horror film which opened on Dec. 26, 1973, drew a lot of naive moviegoers in desperate need of a good scare but the horrific scenes did not leave its footprints at the threshold of the movie theater it trailed them to their individual homes, to be sincere rumor has it that the 25 year old woman whom decided it was a good idea to take her seven year old catholic son to see the movie did not sleep for weeks because he didn’t let her. He was never the same after that movie, he kept referring to himself in the third person.

Here are the 5 top comments that spooked the hell out of me – Courtesy of HuffPost.

Saw it in February of 1974 at the Paris Theater in NYC … extremely scary for the times … people got up and left crying … someone fainted … great book to read too — Doug S.

We were around 14 years old when this came out. My friend started swearing his bed was lifting up in the night after we saw this…. It messed us up for months! — Larry K.

I saw The Exorcist at a late night screening and when I got home and finally fell asleep, one of the bed springs shot up through the mattress and scratched me. I slept on the couch the rest of the night after first jumping several feet into the air. — Emma B.

To me, it’s still the scariest movie of all time. It was one of those movies that stayed with you when you left the theater. I remember seeing it and having my eyes closed through much of it. After seeing it, whenever I heard that song on the radio, I think it was called Tubular Bells, it gave me chills. — Debra Moreland

I recall watching this for the first time when I was about 12 years old. My mother seriously sat me down and warned me that it would be disturbing. I thought she was overreacting. Boy was I wrong. — Shane C.

Advice to anyone who hasn’t watched it, DON’T. I still have nightmares about it just so you know.

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