This is a fantastic (and rare) example of what documentaries at their best can make you do: see and consider things from another perspective; maybe one you weren’t even aware of.
I definitely didn’t understand satanism at all prior to this, and while, as a documentary, this likely isn’t objective and could be seen to overly favour satanism, it’s justified in being a look at the community from within that community. Even if this wasn’t 100% accurate, it still holds value as a film that can show you an under discussed perspective.
It’s entertaining, well shot, and very compelling for most of its runtime. Ends up being an interesting look into religion’s abundance in American society, too.
Absolutely going to watch more documentaries from its director, Penny Lane (amazing name, too), because she made a pretty great one here.