The Exorcist has been a very interesting cross to bear.
I've lived through what seems to most - and myself - many lives.
It's difficult to understand why people don't realize that pets are gifts to mankind.
Kids shouldn't see all the violence they do these days. But the industry just doesn't care.
The animals are right here, right in front of us. And how we treat these companions is a test.
To ignore one's spiritual self is unsettling, to say the least. That's a very profound outlook on it.
Of all the projects I've worked on, I've never worked with another director like Billy Friedkin. I think he's a genius.
One of the reasons I don't have kids is because I think people would have been very unfair to them. Think of it. You're still asking me questions about The Exorcist.
When I was 13 I asked my mother if it was possible for this to end - I'd had enough of it. And that was right about the time that we got a call for ""The Exorcist"" interview.
If I had children, I would be very selfish. I wouldn't be out doing things. But by not having kids, it makes me freer to travel the world and talk about things I feel are important.