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Apparently, 'The Exorcist' Doesn't Even Need Sound In Order To Be Terrifying

OCTOBER 24, 2016  —  By Corinne Sanders

Most people who have seen "The Exorcist" agree that it's one of the scariest movies of all time.

Even for the most jaded horror lovers out there, the film does a great job of leaving you feeling very uncomfortable and afraid. Everything about it is creepy, including the behind-the-scenes footage that didn't make its way into the final cut.

This compilation of outtakes and superimposition tests on the movie set is silent, but that definitely doesn't make it any less unsettling to watch.

Right after the three-minute mark is when it gets especially disturbing for me.

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Somehow, I'm even more unnerved by the fact that Linda Blair actually suffered a back injury as a result of the scene above. Like I said before, this film is just oozing with creepiness.

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