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December 12, 2005

Faith And Horror Films

Thanks to A Sideways Glace for bringing back to mind the film The Exorcism of Emily Rose. This film has been down as a must-see since I heard the review on Mark Kermode’s Podcast (even though the review was less-than stellar). Interestingly the film’s maker, Scott Derrickson, is a Christian. He also has a very […]

Thanks to A Sideways Glace for bringing back to mind the film The Exorcism of Emily Rose. This film has been down as a must-see since I heard the review on Mark Kermode’s Podcast (even though the review was less-than stellar).

Interestingly the film’s maker, Scott Derrickson, is a Christian. He also has a very interesting take on the relationship between faith and the horror genre. Thankfully for those of us interested in faith and film, he is quite willing to explore this in interviews. Worth checking out are his talks with Film Chat, Hollywood Jesus and Christianity Today.

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