”Does an admirable job of telling the truth about this strange and oft-maligned religious movement of yesteryear”
– Forrest Jackson / Dark Docs
”One of the most provocative docs of the last two or three years”
– J.B. / J.B. Spins
“The true story of rich people playing Satanist”
– Richard Whittaker / The Austin Chronicle
“As cults go, The Process Church of the Final Judgement is a little like Hungarian filmmaker Bela Tarr: more often namedropped than actually experienced or understood. If referenced at all today, it’s likely in reference to their alleged connections to the Manson Family and David “Son of Sam” Berkowitz. That infamy, along with their enigmatic name and brief vogue among the ‘60s rock elite, makes the Process a popular presence among the conspiracy-minded set, often working in conjunction with the Illuminati, Bohemian Grove, and the reptilians. But what is The Process?
That question, as illustrated in a Terry Gilliam-style comic strip from the Process’ in-house magazine, serves as a central motif of Sympathy for the Devil, Neil Edwards’ affable new documentary on the sect. — It’s a thoroughly informative account of a sorely undocumented subject.” – Oscar Goff / Boston Hassle