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|Directed by||Ray Laurent|
|Produced by||Ray Laurent|
|Music by||Anton LaVey|
|Edited by||Sean Erik|
|Release date(s)||March 1970|
|Running time||86 min.|
Filmed in San Francisco, California.
Display ads at theater showings read: "Satanis is the most pertinent, and perhaps the most shocking film of our time. But it’s definitely not a movie for everyone. If you choose not to see it, we will understand.”
Bonus features included the short films British Black Mass, My Tale Is Hot (1964), and Sex Ritual of the Occult.
The Church of Satan makes the case, in "The Altars of Satanic Cinema: The Satanism of Hammer Films", that ritual imagery captured in Satanis was adopted in several of the Hammer Films.
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