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Satanis: The Devil's Mass + Satan's Children

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Genres: Documentary, Horror
Starring: Anton Lavey, Stephen White
Director: Ray Laurent, Joe Wiezycki
Plot Synopsis:

Satanis: The Devil's Mass is the unseen and unbelievable exposé on Anton LaVey, America's favorite leader of the Church of Satan. Feeling like a bedtime story as told by Kenneth Anger and Russ Meyer, this is a wild glimpse into the witches, black masses, and sex lives that built San Francisco's most infamous cult. From LaVey's daughter ("I think they're nuts!") to a nude woman who performs a satanic rite with a Boa constrictor, you'll meet numerous proto-goths, midnight maniacs, and daytime Draculas -- and even a pet tiger named Togare! In the words of LaVey, "There is a beast in man that should be exercised, not exorcised!"

Made by one-and-done filmmakers in the gutters of Tampa, Satan's Children is an Afterschool Special from depths of hell... literally. Bobby is a troubled teen with problems. After deflecting his father's insults and his stepsister's come-ons, Bobby unknowingly ends up at a gay bar. Before long, he's sexually assaulted by four guys in the back seat of a car. With nowhere else to turn, Bobby joins a cult of Satanists to enact his murderous revenge. A truly deranged gut-punch, this is a gritty and baffling "experience" that could have only happened in Florida.

  • Release Details
    Release Date: July 16th, 2019
    Movie Release Year: 1975
    Release Country: United States
    Movie Studio: AGFA
  • Technical Specs
    Length:173 Minutes
    Specs:Blu-ray + DVD Combo
    Video Resolution/Codec:1080p AVC/MPEG-4
    Special Features:
    - NEW 2K preservation of Satanis from a 16mm theatrical print
    - NEW 2K preservation of Satan's Children from a 35mm theatrical print
    - Sizzling shorts from Beelzebub's vault
    - Torrid trailers from Lucifer's archive
    - Reversible cover art