The Killing of Satan

The Killing of Satan


General Admission: $4 | Loft Members: $3

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It’s getting hotter than hell during MY SUMMER WITH SATAN Month at Mondo Mondays, featuring a devilishly delightful line-up of demonic trash guaranteed to make your head spin!

“What Power Should a Man Possess to Challenge the Prince of Darkness?” Satan is apparently alive and well and living in the Philippines, but he’s about to be challenged by a righteous, mustachioed, jean jacket-wearing dad who just can’t wait to battle it out with the hound of hell in this bonkers horror/fantasy hoot featuring kung fu, laser beams, snake men, zombies, angry virgins and cracked Christian subtext. The Killing of Satan tells the age-old tale of God vs. Satan via the undoubtedly true story of a mild-mannered family man named Lando who is chosen by his dead zombie uncle (!) to battle the forces of evil, here embodied by a cackling, cape-wearing, plastic pitchfork-wielding weirdo named “The Prince of Magic,” aka SATAN!, who wants to rule the world from his jungle hideaway.  And he has the power to do it, what with his uncanny ability to shoot fireworks from his hands, make heads spin clean around and hypnotize the innocent into doing all sorts of ridiculous things (like watching this movie)! At first, Lando is hesitant to take on the devil, but when his petulant daughter is kidnapped by the great evil one and added to his hellish collection of naked virgins kept in a bamboo cage, Lando decides to go all Charles Bronson on his demonic butt, leading to an outrageously incoherent, mercifully fast-paced psychedelic blast of grandiose absurdity.  An epic comic book-style adventure packed with grand intentions and even grander hilarity, The Killing of Satan is a real “what were they thinking” extravaganza from the director of Blind Rage. “You’re yellow, Satan! Come out and fight!” (Dir. by Efren C. Pinon, 1983, Philippines, badly dubbed in English, 90 mins., Rated R)

1 HR 30 MIN | R

Released 1983
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