Satan is sizzling hot right now. So it’s perfect timing for A&E to release another trailer promoting Damien, its upcoming Omen-inspired tale about what happens when the Antichrist realizes he can’t keep running from his sinister past, his evil destiny, and all the hangers-on who want a piece of his action.
Lucifer had its debut last night and we already told you how much we enjoyed it—specifically Tom Ellis’ performance as the titular Lord of Hell. But Lucifer isn’t operating on Earth in a vacuum. He’s got a fierce protector, and an equally fierce adversary. So, who are these two exactly?
Grimm, Angel, Constantine and countless other shows have explored detective stories with supernatural and occult themes—but Lucifer, which debuts Monday night on Fox, proves there’s room for one more. In fact, Lucifer may be the best this genre has ever seen, thanks in large part to its title character.
Mark your calendars, folks: between A&E’s Omen follow up Damien and Fox’s ridiculously charming Lucifer, there’s never been a better year for Satan on television. If this new trailer is anything to go by, Damien is definitely going to be the darker and creepier of the two.
We recently got a new trailer for the upcoming Fox show Lucifer; not to be outdone, A&E would like to remind you of its own entry into the “2016: The Year of Our Dark Lord” television sweepstakes, busting out a teaser for Damien, which builds off the story of classic 1976 horror film The Omen.
We gave you the scoop on A&E’s Damien series; now, there’s a trailer for the show that gives a much better look at the show’s sense of continuity from the first Omen film (hey, there’s that infamous 666 birthmark!), as well as its lush visual style and the conflicts brewing within its main character.
Just kidding ... they make it pretty freakin' obvious, don't they? The new season of Penny Dreadful begins May 3.
It is the year 2015, and there are still people, including elected officials, who can't hang with the number 666. Because of Satan.
Thanks for clearing that up: Harlem, Georgia's Born Again Independent Baptist Church has a special message for everyone during the holiday season about free speech and two different men in red suits.
Well, he's been modeling for this statue that's (hopefully) gonna be placed next to a Ten Commandments statue on the lawn in front of Oklahoma's state capitol, courtesy of those noted holiday-cheer-spreaders, the Satanic Temple. Vice has hella (sorry) more under-construction pics of the statue, right this way.
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:
The Satanic Temple scored a free-speech victory in its quest for equal representation among the Florida state capitol building's religious-themed holiday displays.
Peter Bebergal's Season of the Witch: How the Occult Saved Rock and Roll is a must-read for anyone who prefers their music loud, riff-driven, and loaded with lyrics about Satan, wizards, and mystical quests.
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.
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.
No pun intended. But let me assure you you've never seen the former Harry Potter looking quite like this. For those who haven't read Joe Hill's novel of the same name, some of these pictures may be spoilers, so check them out on your own recognizance, okay?