The Exorcist III Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

El exorcista III

Title in Italiano:

L'esorcista III

Title in Português:

O Exorcista III

Title in Français:

L'Exorciste : La Suite

Title in Türk:

Şeytan 3

Title in Deutsch:

Der Exorzist III


Georgetown, Washington D.C. Seventeen long years after the execution of the Gemini Killer and the fateful night of pure terror in The Exorcist (1973), a spate of grisly killings bearing the trademark of the mass murderer terrorises the district.

And as the death toll keeps rising, sceptical police officer Lieutenant William F. Kinderman is still obsessed with solving the baffling case.

In the meantime, in the city's high-security psychiatric institution, a cryptic inmate bearing an uncanny resemblance to the late Father Damien Karras emerges from his deep catatonic state, claiming he has all the answers Kinderman needs.

But who is the mysterious Patient X? Does the same unholy force that tormented Regan MacNeil have something to do with the brutal demonic murders?

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The Exorcist III
Song of India
Tommy Dorsey: Performer
Tubular Bells
Mike Oldfield: Writer

User reviews

Joseph Nelson

The soundtrack of The Exorcist III perfectly captures the eerie atmosphere of the movie, enhancing the sense of suspense and horror throughout. The use of haunting melodies and dissonant tones creates a sense of unease that lingers long after the movie has ended.

Donald Thompson

The haunting and chilling atmosphere created by the soundtrack of The Exorcist III perfectly complements the suspense and horror of the film, keeping me on the edge of my seat throughout.

Amanda Perez

On the other hand, while the soundtrack is effective in setting the mood for the film, it lacks memorable themes or standout tracks that truly elevate it to the level of other iconic horror movie soundtracks. It serves its purpose in enhancing the on-screen action, but doesn't necessarily stand out on its own as a noteworthy musical composition.

Thomas Young

The seamless integration of classical elements with modern electronic sounds in the score adds a unique and intriguing dimension to the overall soundtrack, creating a memorable and immersive listening experience.

Brian Harris

The use of eerie and dissonant melodies in the music enhances the sense of dread and unease, effectively setting the tone for the psychological thriller unfolding on screen.