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The Freeling family move in with Diane's mother in an effort to escape the trauma and aftermath of Carol Anne's abduction by the Beast. But the Beast is not to be put off so easily and appears in a ghostly apparition as the Reverend Kane, a religeous zealot responsible for the deaths of his many followers. His goal is simple - he wants the angelic Carol Anne; but the love of her family and the power of psychic Tangina once again unite, along with an elderly native American, to fight for her life. Written by
H.R. Giger provided the special effects designs. Giger created several designs but only two made it into the film, albeit briefly. Some books on his art report that Giger was "very unhappy" with how his designs were translated to the film. See more »
When Kane walks up the lawn toward the house, it begins to rain. As Diane runs out to get Carol Anne, Diane's hair is already wet. Then moments later when she talks to Kane on the porch, her hair is dry. The next scene shows her walking into her bedroom, and her hair is damp again. See more »
[Steve, possessed by Kane, starts groping Diane]
Honey, don't. Not now.
What do you mean?
Diane, I have needs too.
Well it seems to me your needs have been fulfilled by the bottle tonight.
[Steve comes up behind Diane and grabs her]
Oh, Steven don't!
Diane, are you accusing me of being drunk?
I'm not accusing you of anything.
Yes you are, but that's what you're thinking.
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The opening credits take nearly five minutes to play out. See more »
Julian Beck steals the show in a terrorfying role.
This isn't the best movie ever made, but it is one of the scariest. Julian Beck's final preformance scared the hell out of me, what an amazing actor. Sometimes I feel like Kane is standing behind me when I'm trying to sleep and he softly sings "God is in his holy temple". I've seen The Exorcist and I've seen The Blair Witch Project, I found both not scary, but this one scares me, a lot.
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