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Behind the Scenes of ‘The Devil’s Doorway’

Writer/Director Aislinn Clarke discusses her new found-footage horror film.

July 27, 2018

Aislinn Clarke, the Writer/Director of the new film The Devil’s Doorway, sits down with KCTS 9 to talk about her chilling new film. This retro found-footage film, shot entirely on 16mm film, follows two priests, Father John and Father Thomas, as they investigate a miracle at a catholic institution in 1960 Northern Ireland. Their investigation leads them to uncover the ritualistic abuse and evil, both mundane and supernatural, that takes place on the grounds.


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