A documentary film

“There is no neutral ground in the universe; every square inch, every split second, is claimed by God and counter-claimed by Satan.” - C.S. Lewis

Prior to 1973, Satan seemed all but dead and gone, the causality of a modernist mindset. But with Linda Blair's disturbing performance in The Exorcist, Satan returned with a vengeance and since then films about demonic possession have fascinated viewers worldwide. However, was the visage of Satan that returned Biblical or distorted? And how have these images influenced society's view of the demonic and spiritual warfare? In this thought provoking documentary, these questions are examined with objectivity and insight from psychologists, modern-day exorcists and leading voices in Christianity.

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Includes interviews with:
- Fr. Gary Thomas (Vatican-certified Exorcist)
- Linda Blair (Actor, The Exorcist)
- Dr. Neil T. Anderson (Best Selling Author)
- Tony Campolo (Sociologist)
- Hank Hanegraaff (Radio Host, The Bible Answer Man)
- Mother Melania (Monastry Superior)
- John Dominic Crossan (Bible Scholar)
- Rev. Bob Larson (Non Denominational Exorcist)
- Brynne Larson (Daughter of Bob Larson)
- Deborah Lipsky (Former Satanist)
- Dr. Roy Matheson (Bible Teacher)
- Eric Roberts (Actor, The Dark Knight)

Fr. Gary Thomas (Vatican-certified Exorcist)

Get the full 68 minute interview with Fr. Gary Thomas who has served as the Diocese of San Jose's official Vatican-certified exorcist for the past ten years. His experiences during his training in Rome became the subject of the 2009 book, The Rite: The Making of a Modern Exorcist, by Matt Baglio. The 2011 film, The Rite, starring actor Anthony Hopkins, was based on this book.

Linda Blair (Actor, The Exorcist)

Get the full 25 minute interview with Linda Blair who is best known for her role as the possessed child, Regan, in the film The Exorcist (1973), for which she was nominated for an Academy Award. On getting the role she says "I wanted to be a princess. I wanted to be in Disney movies... I didn't want to be a monster...Not a day goes by that somebody doesn't say something about it... My life is possessed with The Exorcist."

Dr. Neil T. Anderson (Author, The Bondage Breaker)

Get the full 45 minute interview with Neil T Anderson who is arguably the most read author on the issue of Spiritual Warfare. He answers questions like:
-What's going on when someone plays with a Ouija board, palm reading?
-What's the problem with watching occult related media?
-What kind of power do demons have?
-Can demons read minds and/or interact with human minds?
-Is there a hierarchy or ranking among the demons?
-Why would a demon want to possess a body?
-What do you think of the ghost hunter type reality shows?
-Can demons move inanimate objects?
-Can you talk about your power encounters with demons?
and more...

He is a best-selling author on spiritual freedom including 'Victory Over the Darkness','The Bondage Breaker', 'The Steps to Freedom in Christ' and 'Daily in Christ'.

Hank Hanegraaff (Radio Host, The Bible Answer Man)

Get the full 55 minute interview with Hank Hanegraaff, also known as The Bible Answer Man, who is an American author, radio talk-show host and advocate of Evangelical Christianity. He is an outspoken apologist on doctrinal and cultural issues.

Dr. Tony Campolo (Sociologist)

Get the full 20 minute interview with Dr. Tony Campolo who is an American sociologist, pastor, author, public speaker and former spiritual advisor to U.S. President Bill Clinton. He is a popular commentator on religious, political, and social issues, and has been a guest on programs such as Larry King Live, Nightline, Crossfire, and 100 Huntley Street.

Mother Melania (Ph.D. Theology)

Get the full 30 minute interview with Mother Melania who is the superior of Holy Assumption Monastery in northern California. They belong to the Orthodox Church in America which has its roots in the Russian Tradition. Her research says that mental illness was understood 300 years before Christ and would not have been confused for demon possession.
"In our day and age we are doing pretty much what the demons want us to do, so they would be really stupid to come out in obvious force. So if there’s anything that I would like to get across in this is that where our spiritual warfare is, is in our day to day life of am I loving the Lord my God with all my heart and soul and mind and strength and my neighbour as myself, or am I just going around my life thinking I’m not really hurting anybody but just doing what I want to do in a way that is taking me away from God and away from love."