Scott Derrickson Reveals One Of The Most Upsetting Moments Of His Filmmaking Career

Director Scott Derrickson began his career as a horror journeyman, doing uncredited writing work on oft-unnoted films like “Dracula 2000” and “Urban Legends: The Final Cut.” His first feature film as director was “Hellraiser: Inferno,” the fifth in the series and the first to go straight to video (did you know there are currently ten “Hellraiser” feature films?).

In addition to a few studio blockbusters, Derrickson also helmed the modest horror hit “The Exorcism of Emily Rose,” the mega horror hit “Sinister,” and the poorly received 2014 possession thriller “Deliver Us from Evil.” That last film, while perhaps failing to set critics’ hearts…The post Scott Derrickson Reveals One of the Most Upsetting Moments of his Filmmaking Career appeared first on /Film.

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