Cindy: When "The Exorcist" came out, people were shitting their pants. You weren't allowed to watch it. Having that kind of impact is the realm we are going for here. We are not trying to create a spooky monster movie where people jump out and scare you. We are trying to make something that literally leaves an impression on you where you are actually thinking; that can happen to me. There are very graphic scenes in this, extremely graphic.
Cindy: There are all these shots, intentions, motivations and little subtle things you don't catch the first time when you watch a movie. (As an actor) you can draw on the little things. It definitely sets the tone of where you have to live every day, what level and headspace you have to been in (when making a horror film).