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1 June 1975 (USA) See more »
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Devil worshipping has changed them into ...
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If this was done for a film class, the students should have demanded refund! See more (15 total) »

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Directed by
Joe Wiezycki 
 
Writing credits
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Gary Garrett 
Ron Levitt 
Joe Wiezycki 

Produced by
Jerome C. Berlin .... executive producer
Steven J. Green .... executive producer
Joe Wiezycki .... producer
 
Original Music by
Ray Fletcher (music composed by)
 
Cinematography by
John Makinen 
 
Film Editing by
Mike Consales 
 
Art Direction by
Fred Zoller 
 
Art Department
Larry Wiezycki .... set designer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Joe Puleo .... lighting technician
Marc Wielage .... assistant camera
 

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87 min
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Most of the actors were students at the University of South Florida drama department.See more »
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Simon:You're weak. You're a loser. Satan wants winners!See more »
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If this was done for a film class, the students should have demanded refund!, 18 October 2015
Author: planktonrules from Bradenton, Florida

The budget for "Satan's Children" must have been about $72.99-- certainly no more. This is because the acting, direction and script are all bargain basement and nothing speaks of quality about the movie...nothing. Because of this, the only folks who might find it of interest are bad movie buffs--and that's what I am. While I don't want a steady stream of terrible films, every so often it's fun to watch an ultra-crappy movie just for a laugh.

The film stars a young man who is about as charismatic as a block of Velveta. When he argues with his stupid step-dad, he runs off--into the arms of some gay rapists! Then, he's rescued by a coven of Satan worshipers. You know, things keep going from bad to worse with this guy! How can it get worse? He will then be forced to watch a lot of amazingly bad actors (such as "Simon") and that seems like a fate worse than death!

I don't know who the audience was for this pile of crap, but according to IMDb it was made mostly by University of South Florida students in Tampa--the movie capital of the world. Why they made it, I have no idea. I hope it wasn't for a film class, as the film makes it seem like they learned absolutely nothing! It just doesn't get much worse than this!

If you in a mood to torment yourself, you can find this turkey on YouTube. Don't say I didn't warn you!!

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