The Sinister Screen

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Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory (1971)

The iconoclast has created his own kingdom according to his precise design, at the same time providing a wonderful world of reality / fantasy crossover for children of all ages. This movie is indeed...

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Wicker Man, The (1973)

“I think I could turn and live with animals,” says the dignified Lord Summerisle (Christopher Lee). “They are so placid and self-contained. They do not lie awake in the dark and weep for their...

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Westworld (1973)

There are plenty of movies that include some form or another of artificial human companions and total environments (and if you don’t know what those things have to do with Satanism, you need to...

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Testament of Dr. Mabuse, The (1933)

In 1922, Norbert Jacque’s diabolical Dr. Mabuse was first unleashed upon German audiences, with the publication of Dr. Mabuse der Spieler (Dr. Mabuse: The Gambler). Jacques’ villain was an amalgam of traits characterizing Germany...

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Svengali (1931)

In 1894, Englishman, George Du Maurier, published a novel named Trilby, which became a bestseller. It was a novel about a hypnotist and his obsessive love for and eventual enslavement of a girl named...

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Stargate (1994)

In a slave-dominated world it is a rare treat to find a film with a solid plot, believable characters, realism and good music which is totally pro-Satanist. Stargate is all of these. Directly following...

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Speak of the Devil (1993)

“Don’t be afraid. This is not a recruitment film for Satanism. You’re either a real Satanist, a TRUE Satanist or you’re not. And if you are… you were born that way.” With those opening...

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Sin City (2005)

In a city of complete and utter corruption, a few low-down characters fight to maintain their sensitivity, their scarred romanticism, and some semblance of a sense of true justice. Loyalty is something bought and...

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7 Faces of Dr. Lao (1964)

Here we have a tale about a sleepy, little town of Abalone, Arizona. It is a town made up of greedy, small-minded, petty people who are boring and uncultured. They are faced with the...

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Scarface (1932)

Scarface begins with a reigning crime-lord about to meet his demise. Louis Costillo is chatting with his buddies. He has just thrown a huge party for all of his men, and he’s comfortable with...