Satanic Panic

2019

Comedy / Horror

24
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 61%
IMDb Rating 5.5 10 2

Synopsis


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September 06, 2019 at 11:15 AM

Cast

Rebecca Romijn as Danica Ross
Jerry O'Connell as Samuel Ross
Jordan Ladd as Kim Larson
Arden Myrin as Gypsy Neumieir
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783.9 MB
1280*534
English
Not Rated
23.976 fps
1 hr 25 min
P/S 1/13
1.38 GB
1920*800
English
Not Rated
23.976 fps
1 hr 25 min
P/S 6/16
781.16 MB
1280*534
English
Not Rated
23.976 fps
1 hr 25 min
P/S 1/11
1.38 GB
1920*800
English
Not Rated
23.976 fps
1 hr 25 min
P/S 4/24

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by IdaBarracuda 5 / 10

Could have gone so much further, but...

Satanic panic had its moments. Few pretty funny/well made/well acted, and so many absolutely cringey bad or boring to death. Clearly the movie got worse the longer it went.

One thing I wonder: where did the flying vulva demon disappear and why didn't it come back?

Reviewed by hungry_nirupam 7 / 10

A fun ride

I got to go to the premiere of this low budget horror flick called SATANIC PANIC. Honestly, I had no idea what this movie was about. The only thing I knew was that Chelsea Stardust directed it. If you don't know who Chelsea is, she directed an episode called 'All That We Destroy' on Hulu's Into the Dark series. I didn't like that episode but I liked the way she presented that episode.

This movie at core is a satanic horror comedy which works so well because of the writing. The jokes are genuinely funny and there's some commentary about class. But what works in this movie is the practical effects. The effects are so amazing! It's gory and fun to watch.

The cinematography in this movie is nothing new, but what is really good is the soundtrack. In the Q/A, Chelsea described it as a mix between Goblin and John Carpenter and I whole heartedly agree.

What I didn't like in this movie is the editing, certain parts feel too choppy and certain parts feels slow. Nothing drastic. Another factor that worked was Chelsea's homage to horror films. From Halloween to Drag Me to Hell, she takes inspiration and builds on them. You can see a horror fan made this. When I make horror films in the future, hopefully, this is what it's gonna look like. A movie that tells it's own story but effectively pays homage to the ones that came before.

The acting is also really good: Hayley Griffith in her debutant performance essentially holds the flick, Ruby Modine really has some good lines and Rebecca Romjin is kind of okay. The scene stealer however was the character of Gypsy played by Arden Myrin.

I highly recommend everyone to watch this movie when it drops on September 6. It will be overshadowed by It Chapter 2 but whenever y'all get a chance, do watch it. It's a fun ride.

I give it a 7/10.

Reviewed by ferguson-6 7 / 10

just the tip

2019 Oak Cliff Film Festival Greetings again from the darkness. Hail Satan! This is definitely the first screening I've ever been to where those are the words the director used to introduce her film. Director Chelsea Stardust is quite passionate about her film, and most of the audience shared in her enthusiasm after experiencing this crazy, wild ride of pizza, secret devil-worshipping societies, virgin sacrifices, campy blood-splattering gore, and upper class hobbies.

Written by noted horror writer Grady Hendrix and Ted Geoghegan, the film introduces us to Samantha (an all-in Hayley Griffith). She's a twenty-something who dreams of Australia, and somehow thinks taking a job delivering pizzas will get her there. She's in such dire straits that she doesn't have the 5 bucks she needs for gas in her Vespa, plus her co-workers stick the new girl with the "no tip" deliveries. I assume there really are classless people who stiff delivery folks, and it's easy to understand why Hayley bangs on the door of a Park Cities mansion after getting the shaft on a 5 pizza delivery.

It's that knock that transforms Samantha's bad job into a matter of life and death. Rather than interrupting a high society neighborhood tea, she stumbles into a Satanic cult led by Danica (Rebecca Romijn, X-MEN). And guess what? It's virgin sacrifice night! And guess who qualifies? That's right ... it's Samantha, our no-tip pizza delivery gal. After a sequence featuring Danica's husband (Romijn's real life husband Jerry O'Connell) and one of the more gory and impressive practical effects of the film, Samantha manages to escape the hell-house mansion.

Soon she has teamed up with Judi (Ruby Modine), who just happens to be Danica's daughter. Judi's inside knowledge proves quite helpful in finding loopholes for temporary reprieves, although the devil-worshippers stay focused on offering Samantha as their virgin sacrifice to Baphomet. While all of this is happening, there is a power struggle within the coven between Danica and Gypsy (a wild-eyed Arden Myrin), adding one more wheels-off element to this carnival of comedy-horror.

Clearly this is campy, but given the low budget constraints, the film's effects work very well, and Ms. Romijn, Ms. Griffith and Ms. Modine (Matthew's daughter) are quite effective in their roles. It's curious just how incredibly naïve Samantha is for her age, but this movie isn't really about thinking and analyzing. Instead, sit back and enjoy the wildest ride you are likely to get from a Vespa-driving pizza delivery person (and please tip these folks!)

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