My Master Satan: 3 Tales of Drug Fueled Violence
My Master Satan: 3 Tales of Drug Fueled Violence is an anthology horror/crime film by underground Denver Dakota Bailey (American Scumbags, Satan's Coming for You,Scumbags: A Day in the Life of a Drug Dealer). The film features three interconnected tales that revolve around serial killer/druggie Alister (Dakota Bailey) & his equally demented friends Woody, Charlie, Dealin' Dick & Bubba. The film takes the viewer deep into a seedy underworld of crime, drugs, depravity & murder.
In the first tale, Bubba (Matt Marshall) enlists Alister's help to exhume the corpse of his deceased unfaithful wife who he murdered. Afterwards the two of them decide to take some LSD resulting in an acid trip where they briefly see Satan.
The second tale follows Alister and his twisted friend Charlie (Brian Knapp) as they go out at night committing murder, & other deviant acts. Finally in the third and final tale, Alister & Bubba go on a quest for more LSD, meeting their serial killer friend Woody and committing violent acts along the way, and finally having the ultimate ritualistic acid trip that once again brings them face to face with Satan himself.
Featuring Music by Florida blackened death metal band Luciferian Insectus
80 % of the film was shot on VHS: The Degraded Quality of the Film Is Intentional
What critics have to say about My Master Satan:
”It does for Denver what Taxi Driver did for New York City on setting a grittiness level.”-Richard Gary/IndieHorrorFilms Blog
”all comes across as funny and bizarre, like an alternate reality where life is super cheap”-The RottingZombie BlogSpot.co.uk
”An SOV experience with some great, dark and nasty characters. My Master Satan: 3 Tales of Drug Fueled Violence is more than worthy of any fan of Underground film.”-Splat, Extreme Horror Cinema.Com
”I myself took away more than I expected. I saw a darkly comic reflection of modern society, a play on religious morality and the express question of what causes evil.”-Michael Stuhlman, LifeAt24FPS.com
''The characters are all entirely unlikable, adding to the authenticity of the film. There’s no one to root for, no one to sympathize with, no one to relate to on any level. This is a voyeuristic film that takes you on a chaotic journey into a seedy underworld, both literally and figuratively, and forces you to watch the proverbial train wreck you can’t look away from.''- Stephanie Malone, Morbidly Beautiful.com
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