Art: The Blackcoat’s Daughter by Ben Turner

For Oz Perkins’ The Blackcoat’s Daughter, the devil really was in the details. His film’s representation of the devil through slow-burning terror and manipulation was a fantastic and ultimately refreshing revival for such an old-school trope. Using his characters as vehicles for destruction and possession, while only hinting at the devil himself, is why I […]

Read More

Review: The Blackcoat’s Daughter, hail Satan

Oz Perkins’ The Blackcoat’s Daughter has been plagued with so many delays that although it’s actually his feature film debut, it didn’t officially release until after his sophomore effort I Am The Pretty Thing That Lives In The House. It first had audiences buzzing back in 2015 during its festival run, so to say that its release […]

Read More