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The return of ‘The Exorcist’

There may be hundreds of horror movies made, but no one will beat one of the most frightening movies of all time, The Exorcist. The iconic 1973 horror film directed by William Friedkin has scared generations for its disturbing story about demonic possessions with levitating body, creepy voice changing and 360-degree head rotation.

Now, Thrill Asia’s only regional horror, thriller and suspense movie channel, is ready to scare the wits ouf of this new generation.  

Thrill brings to the small screen the original The Exorcist film. More than that, it also announced the release of The Exorcist TV series. 

After four decades, the ultimate horror classic is making a comeback in a new format that will be equally, if not more, intense than the movie.

Cable channel Trill brings the iconic horror film directed by William Friedkin to the small screen

The series will be based on the best-selling novel written by William Peter Blatty, who recently passed away. The brilliant novelist and filmmaker will surely be remembered for his contribution to the horror film industry and without a doubt, his legacy will live on. And to keep his memory alive, viewers of the series can expect that that the show will bring the chills his novels and films have been known for. Whether you’re a fan of the original film or a newbie to the horror genre, this series is a must-watch for all Thrill seekers.

The suspense-filled series stars Alfonso Herrera, Ben Daniels, Hannah Kasulka, and Geena Davis. You can catch the premiere of The Exorcist on Thrill premiered on Thursday. 

Thrill is available on (Skycable Ch. 107, Cablelink Ch. 201, Destiny Cable Ch. 11 and Cignal Ch. 51).  

For more information, you can log on to www.thrill-tv.com or www.facebook.com/WatchThrill.

Topics: The Exorcist , William Friedkin , Thrill
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