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Scott Derrickson: The Epic Video Interview! Transformers! More!

The full Reel Faith video version of my interview with the director of Deliver Us From Evil … plus Reel Faith reviews of the new Transformers flick and the first-ever “abortion rom-com.”

Thursday, July 03, 2014 10:59 AM Comments (0)

Scott Derrickson is such a great interview subject that it was hard for me to cut down our sprawling 45-minute discussion to the 2500-odd words of the text article that ran earlier this week in the Register.

I’m very pleased, then, to be able to offer the Reel Faith video version of the entire interview. There’s a lot here that didn’t make it into the text article, so enjoy!

P.S. What Scott most wants you to know about this interview: Under the table I’m wearing shorts and sandals. (It was really hot in New York that day!)

Also below: David and I offer 2-minute Reel Faith reviews of Transformers: Age of Extinction and the “abortion romantic comedy” Obvious Child. Tune in to Reel Faith Friday at 8pm Eastern for our full discussion of both films as well as Think Like a Man Too. (When and where to watch Reel Faith)

SDG and Scott Derrickson: The Epic Video Interview!

See also my review of Deliver Us From Evil.

Transformers: Age of Extinction (SDG)

Hey, if Michael Bay can take 165 minutes for this movie, I can take two minutes to review it.

Obvious Child (DD)

“Why ignore the obvious child?”

More Reel Faith reviews!

Filed under abortion, culture of death, deliver us from evil, horror, reel faith, scott derrickson, transformers, video reviews

About Steven D. Greydanus

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Steven D. Greydanus is film critic for the National Catholic Register and Decent Films, the online home for his film writing. He writes regularly for Christianity Today, Catholic World Report and other venues, and is a regular guest on several radio shows. Steven has contributed several entries to the New Catholic Encyclopedia, including “The Church and Film” and a number of filmmaker biographies. He has also written about film for the Encyclopedia of Catholic Social Thought, Social Science, and Social Policy. He has a BFA in Media Arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York, and an MA in Religious Studies from St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Overbrook, PA. He is pursuing diaconal studies in the Archdiocese of Newark. Steven and Suzanne have seven children.