‘Satanic Panic’ Review: A Pizza Party for the Prince of Darkness

‘Satanic Panic’ Review: A Pizza Party for the Prince of Darkness

The comedy-horror film “Satanic Panic” is the kind of movie that revels in the details of eviscerations and demonic orgies. With jovial bad taste and a bag of gruesome tricks, the director Chelsea Stardust cheerfully invites her audience to hail Satan.

The movie follows young Sam (Hayley Griffith), a pizza delivery woman, who starts the day beleaguered and ends up bedeviled. After being stiffed for her tip at a mansion, Sam enters the house to find a satanic cult on the very night it plans to implant a demon spawn in the womb of a virgin. Unfortunately for Sam, the bloodthirsty tribe zeros in on her apple-cheeked purity, choosing her as the vessel for their infernal ritual. She is captured by the cult’s maven, Danica (Rebecca Romijn), but soon escapes, proving herself a worthy opponent for demon worshipers. In increasingly bloody fashion, the cult unleashes the power of hell and Earth to pull Sam back.

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