A pizza delivery girl finds herself the target of rich Satanists. Cheerful horror-comedy with a class-conscious edge. Nothing much innovative on display, but this is a more than passable genre entry for fans, held together by capable direction and a pair of good lead performances.
A documentary about the US Satanic Temple. In offering an overview of the Temple’s focus for exploring personal freedom, social justice and equality, the documentary makes some relevant points, while also exploring the media-savvy mischief of their approach, and of tensions within the movement.
A couple move into a house already occupied by an incubus summoned by occultists. Tawdry haunted house flick more interested in softcore satanism than in horror scares. The eagle-eyed will spot Al Jourgensen and (Crazy World of) Arthur Brown among the bit players.