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Making Magic : Ten Fantastic Behind The Scenes Pictures From … The Exorcist

The Exorcist

If you were to lean over my computer and listen carefully you would probably hear it gently groaning and struggling to stay operational. I literally have THOUSANDS and thousands of movie pictures saved on my hard drive, at least 3-4 years worth. If I see a cool image from any movie I like, it gets saved … I can’t stop myself! It’s become something I just naturally and instantly do.

So in an effort to create a little space and hopefully prolong the life of of my reliable but steadily aging Mac, I recently decided to limit myself to a maximum of 10-15 pictures per movie. Keep the best, ditch the rest … for example, right now I have a folder that contains nearly 190+ pictures from the production of Ghostbusters! Awesome, but a bit OTT …

I also thought it would be an perfect opportunity to start sharing a selection of my favorites from hundreds of horror movies. You may have seen some of them before but hopefully my years of collecting will throw out a few that are new to you.

I personally adore looking at behind the scenes shots … captured moments in time featuring highly skilled people making movie magic that will be enjoyed and loved for generations to come. Most times they probably had no idea they were creating masterpieces, and some of the greatest movies ever made were born out of troubled productions with endless problems and disputes. Pictures can tell you so much, from the expression on an actors face to the challenges of practical effects. They are a window into the past.

Today we start with a genuinely classic horror that I believe still disturbs and unsettles me more than any other … The Exorcist.

The Exorcist

The Exorcist

The Exorcist

The Exorcist

The Exorcist

The Exorcist

The Exorcist

The Exorcist

The Exorcist

The Exorcist

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Martyn

I love horror, art, toys, comics, monsters and ANYTHING that came from the 1980s. You can contact me via martyn@halloweenlove.com ... Share our stuff and thank you for reading, we do it all for you!