The Exorcist: 40th Anniversary Edition William Peter Blatty
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Deliverance 40th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray Review · July 9, 2012 at 5:00 pm · Jason Dorough · 0. The years meeting people and talking about the film that, it's good vs. If you're only familiar with the (original, 1973 version of the) movie, it might surprise you that The Exorcist is not a horror story. As announced in October, in 2012 Lonely Road Books will be publishing a special Limited Edition of The Exorcist: The 40th Anniversary Revised Edition by William Peter Blatty. Oct 5 Also of great interest, here's a “Note from the Author” that accompanies the official press release for the 40th anniversary edition. Download The Exorcist: 40th Anniversary Edition The Exorcist: 40th Anniversary Edition: William Peter Blatty. The Exorcist: 40th Anniversary Edition book download. Evil, and so on, so I do get to see the different versions of it throughout the years and of course recently they released the 40th anniversary on the blu-ray.”. Deliverance's fortieth anniversary Blu-ray release makes canoeing seem every bit a bad idea as it was in 1972. Hotel Palomar and present a 40th-anniversary print of his demonic masterpiece 3:30 p.m. Saturday at the Dallas Angelika (with an encore showing at 10 p.m.). The Exorcist: 40th Anniversary Edition. Prepare to cough up even more to read about the girl coughing up all over again as the 40th anniversary edition of The Exorcist (Harper) by William Peter Blatty arrives October 4, 2011. There are many theories as to why The Exorcist is so terrifying. William Peter Blatty on rewriting 'The Exorcist' for its 40th anniversary. By Amy Frykholm The film was released in 1972 and marks its 40th anniversary this year. The End Is Always with Us: The 40th Anniversary of “A Thief in the Night”. 'Deliverance' Celebrates 40th Anniversary With Blu-ray Book Release On June 26. William Friedkin, director of The Exorcist, will be at the Dallas International Film Fest next week for a Q&A after the 40th anniversary screening of a film that profoundly fucked up my adolescence.