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The Forsaken (2001) Review

28 February 2013 7:37 AM, PST | | See recent news »

J.S. Cardones 2001 bloodsucker tale The Forsaken has a few really good things going for it. Actor Johnathon Schaech (remember that really disturbing mommyson flick Hush Well this is son) makes for a nasty villain who plays up vampirism with conviction there are a few scenes that showcase some pretty gnarly practical special effects and Steven Bernstein is a very very seasoned and skilled Dp. The bad news is for every quality the picture offers theres a major deterrent floating in the foreground easily detectable by most and near impossible to miss »

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FEARnet's February Programming Includes All Five Exorcist Films and a Sweepstakes

30 January 2013 1:06 PM, PST | | See recent Dread Central news »

Nothing says “I love you” like FEARnet this February with an horrific heart-shaped box full of premieres, prizes, and stunts kicked off by the world television debut of Lost Boys: The Thirst on February 3 and "The Complete Exorcist Marathon" on February 17.

From the Press Release:

For the first time ever, a TV network is consecutively airing all films, prequels and sequels, associated with The Exorcist franchise. One of the most significant genre films ever made, the Academy Award®-winning movie celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. In that time it has spawned two sequels and two prequels, which FEARnet presents back-to-back starting at 2 p.m. Et/11 a.m. Pt on February 17.

The original head-spinning classic The Exorcist stars Linda Blair as Regan MacNeil, a young girl possessed by the demon Pazuzu, with Max von Sydow and Jason Miller as the priests who try to save her. Next is Exorcist II: The Heretic at 4:30 p. »

- The Woman In Black

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