By Clark Collis
Updated July 06, 2016 at 04:56 PM EDT

The Exorcist III

  • Movie

One of the most beloved — and terrifying — horror sequels of all time will be creeping back into lounges this fall. Horror imprint Scream Factory announced Wednesday that it is releasing a two-disc collector’s edition Blu-ray set of 1990’s The Exorcist III on Oct. 25. Written and directed by William Peter Blatty — author of the original 1971 novel The Exorcist — the film stars George C. Scott as a cop investigating the murder of a child.

The set’s bonus features will be announced at a later date. But a note on the Scream Factory Facebook page made clear that the collector’s edition would include a director’s cut of the film, which was dramatically altered in post-production at the insistence of its studio, Morgan Creek.

“We know that the biggest question you might have is: Will there be a ‘Director’s Cut’ of the film?” reads the note. “The answer is yes — but with some caveats. We are working on putting together a version that will be close to Blatty’s original script using a mixture of various film and video tape sources that we have been provided with. This is still a work in progress and we will update you with more details at the time we announce the full list of bonus materials.”

You can pre-order The Exorcist III from the Scream Factory website.

You can see the new artwork for the Blu-ray set above and a trailer for The Exorcist III, below.

The Exorcist III

  • Movie
  • R
  • 105 minutes
  • William Peter Blatty