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      Satan Hates You

      Released Jul 10, 2010 1h 34m Horror List
      33% Tomatometer 6 Reviews 0% Audience Score 250+ Ratings After the paths of Marc, a homicidal maniac, and Wendy cross, they could be led to salvation or to the highway to hell. Read More Read Less

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      Critics Reviews

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      John Anderson Variety Satan Hates You is a clever collision of flamboyant gore and social commentary that never goes too far with anything save mordant wit. Jan 3, 2011 Full Review Chuck Bowen Slant Magazine Satan Hates You is self-conscious trash with occasional bite. Rated: 2/4 Jan 2, 2011 Full Review Jeannette Catsoulis New York Times Satan may not hate us, but the film's writer and director, James Felix McKenney, surely does. Rated: 1/5 Dec 17, 2010 Full Review Rich Cline Shadows on the Wall This strange dual-strand structure leaves the film feeling a bit aimless and unfocussed. But it's so luridly colourful and full-on that we can't stop watching. Rated: 2.5/5 Oct 20, 2011 Full Review Avi Offer NYC Movie Guru A dull, disgusting and underwhelming semi-satire that's bold in its concepts, but neither scary, funny nor clever in its execution. Rated: 4.021/10 Dec 17, 2010 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Audience Member There is hardly a scene that does not produce exquisite discomfort and a strong desire to be somewhere else. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 02/23/23 Full Review Audience Member Crock a shit, that ends in a god worshiping lashing Rated 2 out of 5 stars 02/06/23 Full Review Audience Member No matter how hard you look, you will NEVER find a worst movie than this one. I always try to look for good elements even on a B-movie, and I always rate according to Genre and tallent regardless the budget and actors. In the end of the day, acting only needs a talented performer and a camera. This movie is unbelievable. There is not a single positive comment that I can make. It is the worst scripted and executed movie ever made, and it sets new standards for when it comes to bad movies. It is most likely a church sponsored Bmovie that is trying to pass the idea that "Jesus Loves all Sinners". I completely support the freedom of one person to express his beliefs and ideals through art ! However, there is Art, and there is Junk. This movie has nothing nothing to do with the art of cinema, and it is by no means a Horror movie as described. It would be best described as a religious Bmovie. Terrible ! Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 02/20/23 Full Review Audience Member its disgusting. is that the film that receives awards from science fiction horror fest tsk.. Rated 1 out of 5 stars 02/16/23 Full Review Audience Member what a piece of crap, i mean wtf was this, i know it's low budget, and it's not b production movie it's more like Z production ... total waste of time, Rated 1 out of 5 stars 02/12/23 Full Review Audience Member Here's the thing about "Satan Hates You". It's not a bad movie. It's definitely not a good one, but it ain't a bad one either. The film does have a lot going for it, there are some sequences that are really smart, the story itself is pretty good too. The problems the production has are multitude though. First off, the actors aren't good enough to carry the audience's attention the entire 90 minutes. They do a fine job and if this was a short, it would've been fine. But the script isn't stellar and the actors aren't great, so there are a number of scenes the film could easily do without that would tighten it up a ton and make it much more enjoyable. Secondly, we've reached a point culturally, where people are now making "spoof" type movies based on other "spoof" type movies, rather than the original source material that these prior "spoof" type movies used. It's like watching Todd Haynes' "Dottie Gets Spanked" or John Waters' "Crybaby" and then using those as springboards for making a 50's esque satire. It's why you don't clone a clone, the copy of a copy isn't as good as the original. "Satan Hates You" is not made by people who experienced the source material first hand, it's by people who have watched other people make fun of these old christian what have yous, and this is their reaction to other peoples reaction, does that make sense? I realize this might sound convoluted. The biggest drag on the film though has to be the two devil characters, which are both the two main representatives of this copy of a copy syndrome as there is literally nothing about them that makes them memorable or likable or worth paying attention to at all. You could remove them from the entire film and it wouldn't make a difference, except that the film would be more enjoyable. They're not funny, they don't really move the story forward, I mean, technically they do, but it would almost be better if they didn't, like, instead of showing the devils pushing the pill towards the girl, if it just moved invisibly, it would be, I don't know, more interesting, less obnoxious. One incredible win is the abortion scene, as well as the lesbian goth fortune teller, she's great. But so many scenes could be cut. There is a good movie buried in here, but there's a lot of bad stuff around it dragging it down. This would've been a fantastic 15 or 20 minute film. That's one of the biggest problems in film across the board, not knowing what to cut and what to leave in. Oh and the dude from "Hills Have Eyes" being in it was awesome. Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 02/13/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Movie Info

      Synopsis After the paths of Marc, a homicidal maniac, and Wendy cross, they could be led to salvation or to the highway to hell.
      James Felix McKenney
      Larry Fessenden, Jeremiah Kipp, James Felix McKenney, Lisa Wisely
      James Felix McKenney
      Original Language
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Jul 10, 2010, Original
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Jan 26, 2017
      1h 34m
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