Anton LaVey Speak Of The Devil
Speak of the Devil is a documentary film about Church of Satan founder Anton LaVey. It contains footage of Anton LaVey including interviews and performances, a tour of his San Francisco home, known as "The Black House", and a look into his ritual chamber, music room, library, and the personal retreat he called the "Den of Iniquity".
URF - Pandemic Dreams (Wash Your God Damn Hands!) Ft. Stanton LaVey
Artist: URF Album: The Covid-19 EP Song: Pandemic Dream (Wash Your God Damn Hands!) Vocals: Stanton LaVey Video: Damien Zygote Email URF: firstname.lastname@example.org Email Stanton LaVey: email@example.com Email Damien Zygote: DamienZygote@gmail.com LiberatedX.com BaphometX.com
666 "A Tribute To Evil" Featuring Danzig, Hank III & Assjack, Matt Skiba, Randy Blythe, Merle Allin,
The now legendary, June 6th 2006 666: A Tribute To Evil concert at the Henry Fonda Theatre in Hollywood California starring Misfits, Samhain, and Danzig frontman Glenn Danzig, country outlaw legend Hank Williams III, Stanton LaVey, Merle Allin of the Murder Junkies and Randy Blythe Lamb of God.
Anton Lavey - A Drink With The Devil
This final interview with Anton Szandor LaVey was conducted in 1991 by Feral House publisher Adam Parfrey. Uncut with a bonus scene of "The Great Szandor" entertaining guests with his musical talents in "The Den of Iniquity" in his basement dwelling at the Black House. This "lost interview" was bestowed upon Anton's grandson and namesake, Stanton LaVey.
The Neon Woman
The fabulous Divine in highlights from The Neon Woman, Tom Eyen's sequel to Women Behind Bars, which was specifically written for Divine. The footage is a bit raw and gritty, but still gives more than a fair idea as to why Divine was so loved as a performer. Produced in 1978, The Neon Woman is an “outrageous murder mystery” set in a run-down Baltimore burlesque house managed by a retired stripper, Flash Storm (Divine). The story was inspired by Gypsy Rose Lee’s classic burlesque thriller, The G-String Murders. The production ran for eighty-four performances at the Hurrah Discotheque, New York.
Satanis The Devil's Mass
Satanis – The Devil’s Mass is a 1970 documentary about Anton LaVey and the Church of Satan during the 1960’s counter-culture. The film depicts rituals conducted by High Priest Anton. The film co-stars the LaVey’s “family pet” lion Togare. Satanis is a rare and valuable insight into the world of the Church of Satan circa 1969. The film includes interviews with Anton LaVey, his family members, Church of Satan members, neighbors, as well Christian priests and Mormon Missionaries and their reactions to what was then the new religion of Satanism. At the time of its release, Satanis was considered to be the most shocking film of its time, providing the mainstream American masses with its first views into true occult activity.
The Devil's Rain (1975)
The Devil’s Rain is a supernatural thriller about a Satanic cult lead by a centuries-old warlock searching for a book of great power and the family he has cursed. Staring Anton LaVey, Diane LaVey, Ernest Borgnine, Tom Skerritt, William Shatner, Ida Lupino, Keenan Wynn and John Travolta in his first screen appearance ever!
Dispute Between Anton LaVey And Neighbors Over Pet Lion (KPIX 1967)
KPIX-TV news footage from March 14th 1967 featuring scenes from a press conference with occultist Anton LaVey who lives at 6114 California Street in the Richmond District and also with two of his neighbors. His pet lion Togare is allegedly creating a rumpus at night and LaVey is facing charges of distubing the peace. LaVey emphasizes that his family loves Togare and don't want to give him up soley on "heresay" and his neighbors claim they don't object to LaVey's satanism, just to the noise from Togare. Also includes glimpses of LaVey's attorney Terry Hallinan and ends with silent views of LaVey playign with Togare in a cage and stood with this family.
A Visit To Anton LaVey's House (KPIX 1967)
A KPIX-TV feature report from January 2nd 1967 with Jim Anderson, featuring a visit to the house of author and occultist Anton LaVey (1930-1997) at 6114 California Street in San Francisco's Richmond District. Anderson tells us that: "As far as he knows, [Lavey is] the only practicing sorcerer in the United States." Includes scenes of a young woman asking LaVey to provide her with a "love potion" and an interview with LaVey, who states: "I believe that ritual magic is a very powerful force." There are shots of the house interior and closes with silent views of LaVey in close up.
Devil Worship - Exposing Satan's Underground
Geraldo investigates allegations of a widespread Satanic underground in the United States. He talks to investigators and looks at occult crimes and ritual murders that have been committed in the United States. He also speaks to to self-identified Satanists who deny that Satanism is a dangerous religion.
The Devil Bat (1940 - Bela Lugosi) Colorized
Dr. Paul Carruthers (Bela Lugosi) is frustrated because he thinks his employers, Mary Heath (Suzanne Kaaren) and Henry Morton (Guy Usher), have cheated him out of the company's profits. He decides to get revenge by altering bats to grow twice their normal size and training them to attack when they smell a perfume of his own making. He mixes the perfume into a lotion, which he offers as a gift to Mary and Henry. When they turn up dead, a newspaper reporter (Dave O'Brien) decides to investigate.
Anton LaVey Performs Satanic Baptism For His Daughter (KPIX 1967)
KPIX -TV news footage from May 23rd 1967 featuring brief views of author and occultist Anton LaVey performing a satanic baptism for his daughter Zeena Galatea LaVey (now Zeena Shreck), aged 3 years old at the time. This has been cited as the first satanic baptism in history.
Anton LaVey KRON Newscast: Anton LaVey and Terry Hallinan Outside Courtroom
KRON-TV news footage from May 12th 1967 featuring scenes from a press conference with author and occultist Anton LaVey (1930-1997) and his attorney Terry Hallinan outside a San Francisco municipal courtroom. Judge Donald B. Constine had found LaVey guilty of misdemeanour last month, for disturbing the peace at his 6114 California Street address in the Richmond District with noise from his pet lion Togare. LaVey was fined $50 today and also given a 90 day suspended sentence, with one year probation. LaVey states: "I think it sort of shows that witchcraft trials are still in progress and I'm very disgruntled about the whole thing ... I think the powers of the wrath of Satan shall descend upon all those that have had anything to do with this conviction." Hallinan points out that since LaVey gave Togare to Fleishhacker Zoo, the administration there have made it increasingly difficult for him to have access and LaVey is now considering donating Togare to a different zoo, as a result of these restrictions. He also describes his new family pet to reporters - a capybara.