Makes my spine tingle every Time
This is the film that introduced me to the horror genre and ever since I have been a fan. It deals with humanity's deepest and darkest fears and never reveals to much as far as gore and disturbing imagery. I mean there is enough of it but it leaves a lot more to the imagination than most horror films do today. The direction is perfect and the performances are very well done, I have to especially give props to Linda Blair (who was only 14) because Regan is the scariest monster to ever explode onto the silver screen. The movie also deals with the age old question of good and evil and the end result is very satisfying.