“The Exorcist III” quotes(1990)
Plot – In Georgetown, Jesuit Father Karras fell down the stairs of the house of the possessed girl he was exorcising, because Evil possessed him. Fifteen years after this incident, the policeman Kinderman, who had been Father Karras' great friend, is very puzzled because one atrocious crime follows another in the city. They seem perpetrated by a single criminal mind and they seem connected to each other by a possible "religious" link. The other option is to recognize in them the same pattern perpetrated by Gemini, a killer sentenced to death 15 years earlier. A priest acquainted with Kinderman is killed in the hospital; another is murdered in the confessional while listening to a strange old woman; a black boy and a nurse are tortured to death. The hypothesis that takes shape is that the killer, who was electrocuted, reincarnates in the distraught catatonic psychiatric clinic's patients. This apparently happens thanks to a madman who lives there, chained in a cell. Between telepathy, possessions and orders to kill, Kinderman closes the case, at the risk of becoming mad after reciting a sacrilegious "Creed" to Evil, but saving himself at the last minute by shooting the man in chains. After these events the spirit of Father Karras finally finds peace.
All actors – George C. Scott, Ed Flanders, Brad Dourif, Jason Miller, Nicol Williamson, Scott Wilson, Nancy Fish, George DiCenzo, Don Gordon, Lee Richardson, Grand L. Bush, Mary Jacksonshow all
“The Exorcist III” Quotes 12 quotes
“This I believe in... I believe in death. I believe in disease. I believe in injustice and inhumanity, torture and anger and hate... I believe in murder. I believe in pain. I believe in cruelty and infidelity. I believe in slime and stink and every crawling, putrid thing... every possible ugliness and corruption, you son of a bitch. I believe......” (continue)(continue reading)
“Catatonics are so easy to possess...”
“- Mrs. Clelia: My radio. Aren't you going to fix it? Nothing ever gets fixed round here. Just a whole bunch of pies and anchovies. Go away. I don't ever talk to strangers.
- Kinderman: I'm the radio repairman, Mrs. Clelia.
- Mrs. Clelia: Well then, fix it.
- Kinderman: What's wrong with it?
- Mrs. Clelia: Dead people talking. It's right here. Do...” (continue)(continue reading)
“I kill at random... no motive... that's the fun.”
“- Kinderman: I have hobbies. In the meantime, we have cancer and mongoloid babies and murderers, monsters prowling the planet, even prowling this neighborhood, Father... right now, while our children suffer... and our loved ones die, and your God goes waltzing blithely through the universe like some kind of cosmic Billie Burke.
- Father Dyer:...” (continue)(continue reading)
“I sometimes do special things to my victims: things that are creative. Of course, it takes knowledge, pride in your work... For example, a decapitated head can continue to see for approximately twenty seconds. So when I have one that's gawking, I always hold it up so that it can see its body. It's a little extra I throw in for no added charge. I...” (continue)(continue reading)
“I still hear from her occasionally, screaming. I think the dead should shut up, unless there's something to say.”
“I have dreams... of a rose, and then of falling down a long flight of steps.”