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(4565) 7.3 95 min 2019

Hail Satan? is a movie starring Jex Blackmore, Chalice Blythe, and Nicholas Crowe. A look at the quick rise and influence of the controversial religious group known as The Satanic Temple.

Starring
Jex Blackmore, Sal De Ciccio, Nicholas Crowe, Chalice Blythe
Genres
Documentary
Director
Penny Lane

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Penny Lane
Stars Jex Blackmore, Sal De Ciccio, Nicholas Crowe, Chalice Blythe
Country USA
Also Known As Ave Szatan?, Salve Satanás?
Runtime 1H 35M
Description With unprecedented access, HAIL SATAN traces the rise of The Satanic Temple: only six years old and already one of the most controversial religious movements in American history. The Temple and its enigmatic leader Lucien Greaves are calling for a Satanic revolution to save the nation's soul. But are they for real?

Top reviews

Saturday, 22 Aug 2020 21:20

This documentary is nothing like the typical John-Boone-Moore-come-to-life type of movie, as I thought the documentary would be. It is about a few of the best known bloggers and bloggers that I have come to know, and the work that they do. There is an honesty that is lacking in most documentary's of this type. I liked the film, but I think it could have been better. The idea of the documentary is great, and the interviews are very interesting. I liked the fact that they didn't put too much emphasis on the blog-industry. The interviewer actually pointed out that the major blogs are not the only ones that have a place in the internet. The bloggers in the interviews were all very real, and the stories they told were interesting. I liked the fact that they interviewed those that have blogs, and those that do not. I also thought the interviews were well-balanced, and that they didn't over-explain things. There is a lot of misinformation out there. I think this documentary would have been more effective if they had put more emphasis on the things that were being said, and less on the people themselves. Also, I think it would have been a little more balanced if they had focused on the blogs, and not on the people themselves. Overall, I think this documentary is a good one, but I would have liked to have seen more focus on the blogs. This is my opinion, and I am sure that other people will disagree with me. I just think the interviewees are a little over-explained and I think the documentary could have been better. Overall, I liked the film, and I think it is a good documentary. If you want to know more about the blogs, go check out the documentary. This is an excellent documentary, and I think it is worth your time. My rating: 8/10
Sunday, 21 Jun 2020 14:16

A young, but already well-known, British photographer, George Orwell (David Tennant), who was a friend of Ira Levin (Greg Kinnear), who made a documentary about the "New Right" of the 1950s, manages to capture the moral and spiritual climate of the times. As Orwell said, he was so concerned about what was happening in his country and the world, that he made a film. It is a very well made film, and it's not only interesting, but extremely interesting. The film has been banned in the U.S., but is not really banned. It is not a documentary, it is a documentary about how people reacted to the war. Orwell was afraid that a civil war would be triggered by the spread of communism, and this fear was reflected in the film. His films were primarily intended to show that totalitarianism is not possible, and the war in Europe was a wake-up call for Orwell, who was concerned that the Soviets might eventually invade England. He was not really concerned about the Soviet Union, and he felt that they were a bunch of thugs. I am not sure if Orwell is a racist or not, but he is a concerned human being who believed in the ideals of freedom and democracy. I am certain that this film has stirred up a lot of controversy, and I think that it should be viewed by people who want to see the moral and spiritual atmosphere of the 1950s. I'm sure that most people will not be interested in what the film is about, but it is very well done, and it will leave you with a very positive feeling about the future of Britain.


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