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It seemed to play off the tabloid trash depiction of Crowley that was so prevalent during his life.
Personally, he never fascinated me all that much, so my knowledge on how historically accurate this film is, is rather slim.
Another rather short review it seems on another movie that took me some time to get around to watching.
Ok movie, excellent soundtrack by Bruce Dickinson, good story wonder why it never made a bigger impact at the box office??Published 7 months ago by Harold Felt
This is a special movie. It is certainly not "The Brady Bunch"! It is like what happens if you travel in time to when you could stay intoxicated for a year and not be... Read morePublished 11 months ago by yuri_nahl
It blew chunks, I certainly expected a lot more than what I got, but oh well, you can't get what you want all the timePublished 13 months ago by toofastforyou
I really should have just turned this off half way through. I almost did, but I made myself sit through it. It's a crap story. Read morePublished 19 months ago by James Witherspoon
A delightful excessively evil trip through a dark "what if". Aleister Crowley comes to the present. Manifesting inside the body of professor Haddo. Read morePublished 21 months ago by GodofThorn
it was what i expected maybe someone should tell paul ryan that anne rand sorta liked the old demon master?Published 23 months ago by philip h mccarty
Another rather short review it seems on another movie that took me some time to get around to watching. Had I never done so I don't believe I would have missed a thing. Read morePublished on July 18, 2012 by Mark Turner
This picture is extremely offensive and frankly, sick. The plot is completely ridiculous. Read more
I liked this movie. It also has a wonderful soundtrack. A bit of literary liberty with the Crowley myth, but the actors were fine. Good screenplay too. Glad I bought a copy.Published on April 26, 2012 by Catherine S. Dupont