- Commentary by director Robert Fuest
- Newsreel with Anton LeVey, High Priest of the Church of Satan
- Radio spots
- Still gallery
The Devil's Rain
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Heaven Help Us When the Devils Rain! Patriarch Steve Preston goes missing and worried mom Emma (Ida Lupino) sends eldest son Mark (William Shatner) in search for his father. Suddenly, a dying, eyeless Steve returns and demands that the family: "Give Corbis what belongs to him!" before dissolving into a gelatinous meltdown. Corbis (Ernest Borgnine) is a Satanic priest hell-bent on recovering a valuable book listing the names of those who sold their souls to the devil a book that resides with the Preston family. Mark refuses to hand it over and puts up a brave fight, only to wind up an unwilling sacrifice. Occult expert, Dr. Richards (Eddie Albert) and Marks younger brother, Tom (Tom Skerritt) plot to free the Prestons and destroy The Devil's Rain, a bottle containing the souls of those already damned. The battle rages as the elixir is released and a bloody rain of devilry and malevolence is loosed upon a screaming, melting world.
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Fresh from the Starship Enterprise is Captain Kirk: pitted against Arch-Satanist Ernest Borgnine and followers, with the story revolving around the possession of an Ancient Book. Anton LaVey is the Magical advisor to this film, (also enjoying a cameo role), and the chants uttered by the Satanic Congregation in the story are authentic, Enochian Magical intonations: employed in Church of Satan Rituals. The special effects (during an era of no special effects) are really good, and the demise of the Diabolists actually remains quite unnerving (especially in this un-cut version). Some people have said that the acting is bad: Well, okay - it's obvious that none of the cast will have rehearsed an Oscar Acceptance Speech, but does this not add to the tongue-in-cheek style demanded by Director Bob ("Dr.Phibes") Fuest? Personally, I think Bill Shatner and Ernest Borgnine are great in this.
Dave aka Aeneas