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Prophet's Prey finds documentarian Amy Berg striking again at evil masquerading as righteousness -- and, as she did with Deliver Us from Evil, hitting her targets with impressive precision.
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Berg has a secret weapon in the sermons Jeffs recorded for his flock: his bland, droning voice epitomizes the banality of evil.
A chilling portrait of a megalomaniac.
A film that feels horrifyingly urgent, even as it is, at times, nearly impossible to watch without squirming.
The real story here, as in Deliver Us From Evil and An Open Secret, is that so many people knew what was going on and still did nothing.
Berg lays down a narrative of warped religious authority and patriarchal abuse every bit as chilling as her pedophile priest exposé, "Deliver Us From Evil."
As horror upon horror unfolds in Prophet's Prey, Amy Berg's shocking documentary about the mad polygamist Warren Jeffs and his followers, one may marvel, in horror, at the elaborate forms that deviancy can take.
What results is a riveting documentary, an unintentional horror film that exposes what truly goes on behind the doors of one of the world's most evasive religious sects.
The sadness and hopelessness of the story becomes overwhelming.
What's shocking about the film, which is as effective in its way as HBO's Scientology expose, Going Clear is how widespread his ugly cult still is.
Just in time for Halloween, Showtime is unleashing one of the creepiest, most depraved characters you'll ever see on television: Warren Steed Jeffs.
Despite going too far in one of its arcs while not going far enough in the other, Prophet's Prey is still an excellent distillation of the FLDS and Jeffs, presenting as much information as possible behind this truly awful story.
Despite the fragmented nature of Berg's exploration of this mysterious group, it's chilling when providing a comprehensive look at one happens when one twisted man convinces enough people that he speaks for God.
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