That's exactly how I felt while watching it. It was a glimpse at what it would've been like to meet the Doktor.
I was thrilled when I learned Nick Bougas directed it. I doubt anyone who wasn't as close to Dr. LaVey could have created such an insightful film. Satanis is great, for example, but it doesn't have the same intimacy. Sometimes when I watch Speak of the Devil, I feel like I'm sitting right across from Dr. LaVey.
It isn't just a film. It's a ritual.
Edited by Azathoth (10/24/09 01:47 AM)
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