Guilty and Free to Go: Faith and the Law in Three Scott Derrickson Films

Art: Rasen
Top: Director Scott Derrickson | Bottom: Film posters for ‘Hellraiser: Inferno’ (2000), ‘The Exorcism of Emily Rose’ (2005), and ‘Deliver Us from Evil’ (2014)
Scenes from ‘Hellraiser: Inferno’ (2000)
Scenes from ‘The Exorcism of Emily Rose’ (2005)
Scenes from ‘Deliver Us from Evil’ (2014)

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