Out to sea with the master and a mangled young man By Stephen Fitzpatrick http://www.theaustralian.com.au/art...angled-young-man/story-e6frg8pf-1226506926857 Snip: "I never considered that we were doing anything about cults," he says. "It just never occurred to me. Anyway, one person's cult is another person's movement, is another person's hockey team ... I think the danger becomes when (a movement) is providing answers, when it's not about asking questions or getting people to investigate." 20 most controversial movies ever made: Exorcist, Clockwork Orange, more By Emma Dibdin http://www.digitalspy.com/movies/at...ever-made-exorcist-clockwork-orange-more.html Snip: "Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master, which follows a young drifter's involvement in a cult, has been the subject of frenzied discussion ever since it was announced. Widely believed to be a thinly-veiled study of Scientology and its founder L Ron Hubbard, the film supposedly incurred anger both from the Church's senior members and from Tom Cruise, although some of its cast maintain that it isn't about Scientology at all."