I finally finished watching this documentary (or should I say I finally made the time to sit down and absorb the last half hour of it) and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Being able to sit and listen to the Doktor elucidate on a variety of topics was wonderful. I'll never have the chance to meet Dr. LaVey, but it's documentaries such as this which allow me to sit and listen to the Doktor speak.

Seeing early footage of Magus Gilmore, Magistra Barton, Diabolos Rex, and others was also wonderful. The way Magus Gilmore holds himself, his manner of dress also, was very cool to see.

Watching the Doktor play his beloved keyboards, seeing inside the Den of Iniquity, and a quick perusal of the library, all these things, to me, make this documentary a historical gem.

I'm wondering how many others have seen this and what are your views on it?
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"It stands to reason that where there's sacrifice, there's someone collecting sacrificial offerings" - Ellsworth Toohey, Ayn Rand's The Fountainhead p.637