Magnolia Pictures | Release Date: April 17, 2019
5.6
USER SCORE
Mixed or average reviews based on 12 Ratings
USER RATING DISTRIBUTION
Positive:
7
Mixed:
1
Negative:
4
Watch Now
Review this movie
VOTE NOW
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Check box if your review contains spoilers 0 characters (5000 max)
8
Carol_reviewsApr 22, 2019
The Devil has the best music and so it seems the best social awareness groups. Hail Satan? is a humorous, touching and ultimately empowering portrayal of those who feel different in a fractured and increasingly divided society.
3 of 4 users found this helpful31
All this user's reviews
10
mitokioApr 19, 2019
All the whacko religious zealots are going to get their panties in a knot over this movie without seeing it. If you haven't drunk the blood-colored kool aid, you're going to love it. The most "evil" thing it preaches is to think for yourselfAll the whacko religious zealots are going to get their panties in a knot over this movie without seeing it. If you haven't drunk the blood-colored kool aid, you're going to love it. The most "evil" thing it preaches is to think for yourself and not be sheep. I know, I know... Jesus is your shepherd, but that makes you sheep. Stop pulling the wool over your eyes and bleating about evil and be open to a different point of view. Here endeth the preaching. Great documentary. Collapse
3 of 5 users found this helpful32
All this user's reviews
9
Brent_MarchantMay 4, 2019
A tongue-in-cheek but nevertheless thought-provoking look at a "religious" sect that's wildly misunderstood in its efforts to poke some serious holes in the evangelizing of a number of sanctimonious but hypocritical religious and politicalA tongue-in-cheek but nevertheless thought-provoking look at a "religious" sect that's wildly misunderstood in its efforts to poke some serious holes in the evangelizing of a number of sanctimonious but hypocritical religious and political institutions whose agendas far more dangerous than anything the satanists are proposing. In telling this story, director Penny Lane reveals how its subjects are basically comically sinister but harmless bogeymen trying to get the attention of a complacent public, trying to make us aware of who the real enemies are. Anyone who identifies with the maligned, misunderstood outcasts of society will no doubt relate to their message and realize who it is we should all be really afraid of. Expand
0 of 0 users found this helpful00
All this user's reviews