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Remember Exorcism, the horror movie that posses the power to make your soul tremble? If that movie made you wet your bed, then you should buy some adult diapers for its next part already.
William Friedkin, director of the classic horror claimed to have filmed a documentary version of the movie. William said he has filmed exorcist Gabriele Amorth, named “The Devil and Father Amorth”. The documentary is said to be based on an exorcism, Mr. Amorth performed on a middle-aged female, who claimed she was held by the devil himself.
“It was a life-changing experience for me” declared Friedkin. He said if he is to remake “the exorcist” today, it would look very different from the existing one.
Talking about the visual effects in the movie, he said: “I would not have included those, special effects, the head spinning, bed-rattling, and levitation.”
“Those are all part of the mythology of exorcism that William Peter Blatty… The writer of the screenplay for “The Exorcist” and 1971 novel behind it, that by the way, made it world-famous.” Friedkin added more in the comments.
While talking about the experience of the documentary with NPR, the veteran director said, “I was scared, seriously scared. I was two feet away from them… And it was terrifying. Gradually my fear turned into empathy for her. She was in seemingly unnatural and total pain” added William.
William Friedkin said he showed this documentary to a large number of neurosurgeons and psychiatrists and not a single one can explain the situation.
William, making an unbelievable claim said “The psychiatrists told me, to my astonishment, that psychiatry now recognized it as something called dissociative identity disorder… demonic possession.”
Adding new horrors into this world the famous director said “Now these were the guys who have done over 5000 brain surgeries each. So I took it (the clips) to them, and they all to a person said: We don’t know what this is. It is not epilepsy… We would not know what to remove from her brain to solve this.”
Remember William Friedkin is the guy responsible for many childhood nightmares in Millennials. Now, has he came back to tarnish our youth too? Go watch the documentary and decide.