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Satan's Children (1975)

Runaway teen Bobby is given shelter by a cult of Satanists, but his presence and questionable sexuality leads to conflicts within Satan's Children,




Credited cast:
Stephen White ...
Bobby Douglas
Eldon Mecham ...
Mr. Douglas
Joyce Molloy ...
Janis Douglas
Kathleen Marie Archer ...
Sherry (as Kathleen Archer)
Rosemary Orlando ...
Bob Barbour ...
Robert C. Ray II ...
John Edwards ...
Harry Williams ...
Old Man
Mike Yeager ...
Frank Morse ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Elaine Consales
Caren Davis
Nora Denison
David Harrington


Runaway teen Bobby is given shelter by a cult of Satanists, but his presence and questionable sexuality leads to conflicts within Satan's Children,

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Devil worshipping has changed them into ...







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1 June 1975 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Simon: Your ass is sore. Poor little boy got raped by some queers. And he's perfectly willing to forget all about it. You must believe in Jesus.
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Rather Insane Plot in Campy Horror Film
16 August 2016 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Satan's Children (1975)

** (out of 4) Bobby (Stephen White) isn't having a very good day. While his stuck-up step-sister sits by the pool his mean stepfather bosses him around making him do all sorts of chores. After finally working up the courage to run away Bobby is then sexually assaulted by a group of homosexuals before waking up in a field where he is discovered by a group of people who turn out to be Satan worshipers!

SATAN'S CHILDREN has one of the wackiest story lines that you're ever going to witness and while the film isn't a masterpiece I thought it was silly enough to be entertaining in its own way. Of course, that depends on the viewer not taking it too serious. This is one of those low-budget movies that were made back in the drive-in era by college kids and it really shows. It's easy to see that the majority of people were working on their only film but this adds a layer of charm to the picture.

Again, if you're looking for a polished Satanic movie then go check out ROSEMARY'S BABY. This film here certainly isn't that but there's so much stuff going on that you can't help but have some fun with it. Poor Bobby goes through all sorts of hardships and it's all done in a rather amusing way. Seeing his time get worse and worse just has something funny about it. There are some pretty campy things that happen at the Satanic cult including one bizarre sequence where a woman is beaten with stones and then buried.

Performances are pretty much what you'd expect from a film like this but I thought White at least kept us glued to what's happening to his character. This here was the second of two films that director Joe Wiezycki made in his career and he can at least say he made something that really isn't like anything else.

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