This documentary about the genesis of the Satanic Temple may well have introduced American film audiences to the reality of Satanism for the first time.
The ultimate American cult film, and the most enduring expression of atheistic ritualizing.
Danish auteur Benjamin Christensen’s 1922 silent film-era doc about the myth of witchcraft, controversial for its creepy scenes of lurid devil worship.
Auteur feminism of the highest caliber, a story about sex, love, and power–in all its forms.
A wartime fairy tale about resisting fascism in great and small forms and the greatest Satanic value: disobedience.
The movie that catapulted Satan (and Satanism) into the public eye, about a modern housewife menaced by conspiracy and evil.