This is a SPOILER review of Candyman, Nia DaCosta’s sequel to the original Candyman, based on Clive Barkers story, “The Forbidden”.
The Sinister Screen was first launched in February of 2005 as a project of the now-defunct Church of Satan Special Interest Groups. Since then, it had become an independent forum for movies of general interest to Satanists and others of like-mind. The site took a long hiatus but has returned with a revamped format. Review submission requests are open to Church of Satan members only and we will verify your membership before approval. All reviews must be focused, well-written, and reasonably connected to Satanism and the Satanic philosophy. As of present, discussion privileges have been and will continue to be […]
Happy 15th anniversary to Radio Free Satan! In celebration of fifteen years of infernal audio, hear ALL of our current shows represented in this extra-long special, with unique contributions from every DJ. Also Magister Bill M. welcomes back Professor Sinister, host of Radio Free Satan’s “Vault of the Lost” program (2000-2007), for an exclusive talk about the station’s early history, its rise through the highs and lows, rare station recordings, and more. Hail Radio Free Satan!
If you are an aficionado of vampires in cinema, then you will want TASTE THE BLOOD OF MONSTER SERIAL, a collection of passionate, intelligent and creative reviews of significant films depicting those denizens of the dark who exercise eternal life and endless fascination. This rich compendium offers multiple entries on certain films, bringing differing perspectives. The articulate contributors are: Jonathan M. ChaffinJessica DwyerFrank Jay GruberNancy KerseySara Shiver McBrideWallace McBridePatrick McCray Will McKinley Jim Mackenzie and Sarah Giavedoni Marie MaginityPhil Nobile Jr Danny Reid Desmond Reddick From the Amazon.com description: “Presenting the third installment of The Collinsport Historical Society’s MONSTER SERIAL […]
From The Collinsport Historical Society site: “Editor’s note: A few weeks ago, someone on asked me why I was encouraging people to follow the Church of Satan on Twitter. The short answer? Because they’ve been good to The Collinsport Historical Society. The Church of Satan has been willing to provide signal boosts to our various projects during the last year. It’s leader, Magus Peter H. Gilmore, provided some kinds words about our work for inclusion on the jacket of our first book, MONSTER SERIAL. If that wasn’t enough, he also wrote the introduction to the follow-up, BRIDE OF MONSTER SERIAL. Below is the full text […]