Friedkin is making a strong showing over here at the screen title database. Just having to watch this movie fills me with a sense of palpable sense of dread. A gutsy film that is nearly impossible to imagine they'd make today.
With a few notable exceptions (SORCERER & TO LIVE AND DIE IN L.A.) Friedkin title screen's are pretty dull. The trailer is better for this one. I agree, I don't think it would get made today either, or to put it another way, I don't think such a project would be backed by a major Hollywood studio. It only serves to remind one how edgy and boundary pushing Mr. Friedkin once was.