A cinematic collage of the paranormal / supernatural sub-genre's best-of. Satan's Slaves is beautifully shot, well performanced, and rife with effective horror beats, but ultimately fails to deliver anything fresh; you've likely seen everything Satan's Slaves has to offer if you've been watching contemporary horror films the last few years. Still, if you need a crowd-pleasing tension tightener in a pinch, give it a whirl - and be sure to play it loud.
"Eveybody gets mad because, I say these jokes. What you gotta understand is this is the best time to say 'em. More now than ever. And I know there's some comedians in the back, motherfuckers you have a resonsibility to speak recklessly...otherwise, my kids may never know what reckless talk sounds like"
Don't let the intimate setup and smaller venue fool you into thinking this is the cool down; uh-uh. This is Dave heating up to some of the realist…
Panos Cosmatos directs a Carpenter Brut video staring a coked up LSD fueled (and whatever that grey shit in the jar was) Nicolas Cage, the biker gang from Weird Science (back, as Cenobites), the bad guy from Silence of the Lambs, Bill Duke as Bill Duke, and CHEDDAR GOBLIN -- ooooooh ho ho -- regurgitated Cheddar Goblin all. over. my. face.
*Tsk* *Tsk* You dirty fanatical hippies poking at the bee hive that is Nic Cage's beard. To quote Bill Duke, "You know you done fucked up right? You know that right?"