Simon Pegg Cast As The Devil in The Gathering? Yes, Please

Some exciting news from the director of comedy-horror movie The Gathering (not to be confused with Magic: The Gathering, also in pre-production) has emerged: Simon Pegg has been cast as the devil. He'll appear in the anthology film's framing device, which director Jon Keeyes describes thusly in his Fangoria interview: » 12/11/14 9:20am 12/11/14 9:20am

These Are the Movies Recommended by the Church of Satan -- Here's Why

Tucked away on the official Church of Satan website is a list of recommended films, offered up without much context or explanation. Naturally, we had to find out more, so we reached out to Magus Peter H. Gilmore, the Church of Satan's High Priest. He gave us an amazing lesson on what Satanists look for in movies. » 11/07/14 1:05pm 11/07/14 1:05pm

​The 7 Most Affable Versions Of Satan Ever

Sometimes, the Devil gets a bad rap. Oh, sure, not all of the time — a lot of the time he's evil incarnate — but sometimes he's just a nice guy with a job to do, a job that just happens to be damning people's souls. Here are seven portrayals of the Prince of Darkness that prove being damned doesn't make you a dick. » 10/27/14 10:07am 10/27/14 10:07am

Seven insane minutes of people explaining how '80s toys are satanic

Dear fellow children of the '80s — remember how we all turned into Satanists? If only we had listened to author Phil Phillips and Pastor Gary Greenwald back then, two men who realized the demonic agenda in everything from He-Man to the Smurfs. Someone assembled this video of their greatest hits, and it is mesmerizing. » 10/31/13 2:40pm 10/31/13 2:40pm

The 8 Weirdest Real-Life Science Fiction Political Ads

Elections tend to be a surreal time, what with motormouthed candidates perpetually promising a chicken in every underfunded classroom and gasoline pumps that shoot champagne instead of petrol. Here are eight times politicians channeled the realms of science fiction, horror, and fantasy for the express purpose of… » 10/15/12 10:50am 10/15/12 10:50am

Science Fiction Sunday School Comics From The 1970s Were Trippy As Balls

In the 1970s, Archie and Marvel Comics artist Al Hartley — who became a born-again Christian the previous decade — began writing and illustrating religious comics. Some of these evangelical funny books starred Jughead discovering Jesus, whereas others were space operas about Space Satan and his tricked-out UFO. » 8/22/12 2:40pm 8/22/12 2:40pm