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Scream Greats, Vol. 2: Satanism and Witchcraft (1986)

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Documentary tracks the rise of devil cults, witches and other elements of the "black arts."

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Een korreltje zout!
18 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The only reason to watch this is the world's first glimpse of Paul Douglas Valentine. Sure the lunatics like Ed and Lorraine Warren and Ted Gunderson add some side-splitting moments, but PDV sticks out like a sore thumb as the only person knowing what’s going on and able to play the audience properly. A true atheistic satanist, Valentine was obviously having fun throughout and clearly had his tongue planted firmly in his cheek more than once. The “satanic panic“ was a joke and should be just another silly footnote to the 80s. Sadly, the 21st century has produced a new breed of “theistic satanists“ who actually worship him as a deity. Now THAT is scary.

And sad.

In the interest of full disclosure I should state that I am family.


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