Super7’s ‘The Exorcist’ Regan Action Figure Has The Head Spinning Feature!

Your mother … shops at Dick’s and Bealls! Sadly, you’ll not find Super7 action figures at either of those stores. You will find the company’s line of ReAction toys at Target, though. And soon, characters like Leonardo, Marty McFly, and Dracula will be joined by the terrifying Regan from The Exorcist.
The little girl possessed by an ancient evil is next on Super7’s list of retro-inspired figures. This may be one of the best heads I’ve ever seen on a ReAction figure. You can’t cheap out when it comes to Regan since her eyes and deforming face were essential to the character. Super7 nailed the look.
Yes … the possessed Regan does come with the crucifix. However, super7 was tasteful enough not to put blood stains on a particular part of the girl’s nightgown.


Regan MacNeil was once a sweet, shy little girl, but demonic possession has a way of turning all that around. This 3.75” articulated The Exorcist ReAction figure of Regan features a demonically possessed face, a cross accessory, and a head that turns all the way around. You’d have to be in the thrall of a malevolent spirit not to add this head-turning ReAction figure to your collection of horror icons.

Oh, here head does indeed spin 360 degrees. I mean, that’s not a unique feature since most action figures can do that. But, at least young miss Macneil has a reason to be spinning her skull all the way around. Too bad she doesn’t come with a sound chip so she can yell obscenities at us.
Knowing Super7, we’ll probably see a convention-exclusive Exorcist bedroom playset in the future. I’m down; as long as it comes with features like a levitating/rotating bed and a steep set of steps, I can send a priest tumbling down.
Now, where are the Warlock action figures? Preferably Warlock 2 because the accessories would be amazing. Let us know which horror franchises you’d like to see Super7 tackle next. strives to be an apolitical, balanced and based pop culture news outlet. However, our contributors are entitled to their individual opinions. Author opinions expressed in this article do not necessarily reflect the views of our video hosts, other site contributors, site editors, affiliates, sponsors or advertisers. This website contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. We disclaim products or services we have received for review purposes, as well as sponsored posts.

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