I apologize if this has been posted here before; I attempted to search and locate it.
This is a "documentary" by two idiotic evangelists, who consider the banana the "atheist's worst nightmare". You can pretty much tell they have no idea what they're talking about from the first sentence, along with their constant invoking of Aleister Crowley.
The only worthwhile part of it is for Rev. Malebranche's interview segments, along with Magister Diabolus Rex's portions from archive footage.
Be forewarned: drunken metalheads and pseudo-satanists abound!
Loc: New England, USA
I remember seeing this. In all fairness, I'm glad that they didn't go for the "Satanists are really devil worshippers who sacrifice babies" and all of that usual propaganda. I didn't see the usual loaded questions or stupid hypothetical "moral dilemma" examples thrown on Rev. Malebranche either. While I guess sensationalism will always sell better, true Satanism itself IS anti-thetical enough to Xtianity, as these guys realize.
I think the lesson we can all learn from Kirk Cameron is, "If your career is in the toilet, there's always the Jesus freak route!"
Loc: The Solid State
Well, and I was impressed/disgusted/amused by how Comfort and Cameron got lemons, and still managed to make some lemonade (such as it was). That is, Rev. Malebranche killed a lot of their plans and their fun by not being a total raving loony, so they spliced in some footage of Mansonites and 9/11 .
"Gentlemen, the verdict is guilty, on all ten counts of first-degree stupidity. The penalty phase will now begin."--Divine, "Pink Flamingos."
"The strong rule the weak, and the cunning rule over all." HS!
This was obviously aimed at people with limited intellect who feed on fear, the fear that the devil is real and will corrupt your children/kill your loved ones/rape your pets, so much of it was lost on me.
Most of these individuals they hope will not listen to what Rev. Malebranche said at all and will instead focus on the scary pentagrams and "shocking" Marylin Manson performances.
Its a shame they did not allow more time for the Reverend to speak, but they have people to scare money out of and I suspect he talked too much sense than what they are used to.
_________________________ "Men, it has been well said, think in herds; it will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, and one by one." Charles Mackay - 1814-1889 Scottish poet, journalist, and song writer.
Okay, I was really not bothered by the bullshit of a washed-up TV idol until the shot of the plane hitting the World Trade Center. The terroristic act of another 'god' based religion had nothing to do with us.
Destruction ritual anyone?
Oops, repeated other peoples points. I just got really pissed and started typing. Next time I'll read more.
Edited by Risen08 (03/02/0804:55 PM) Edit Reason: mea culpa
"With heart and hand I pledge you while I load my gun again, you will never be forgotten or the enemy forgiven, my good comrade..." (The Satanic Promise, by Anton Szandor LaVey) It's time to kick some ass!
I remember that MTV awards show when Manson went on the podium and gave that speech. He performed "The Beautiful People" right after that and there was only one goth girl in the audience standing up rocking out to it.
I wasn't a huge fan of 'Marilyn Manson' back then but I gave Manson and the girl in the audience credit for just being themselves and not caring what the "MTV" people thought of them.