The movie that catapulted Satan (and Satanism) into the public eye, about a modern housewife menaced by conspiracy and evil.
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.
Atwood’s 1985 thriller about the horrors of religious patriarchy remains ever-contemporary with real fundamentalist agendas.
The disquieting saga of a reproductive dystopia and theocracy that isn’t speculative at all.