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“One of the first films that I was exposed to when I was openly flirting with Satanism was The Exorcist. I can’t shun from this one because it’s one of the best, if not the best, horror movies ever made.
“It’s interesting that a lot of it is so slow moving, as opposed to most slasher movies, and the terror is so indecipherable at first. By the end, though, it moves very quickly and in a dramatically physical way.
I love how it’s set in such a beautiful city [Georgetown, Washington, DC], which was quite groundbreaking. A lot of how we see possession and think about it now comes from The Exorcist. It’s a pioneering work of art.”