Available on DVD !
To buy, click on link(s) below and help keep this site afloat
Always make sure of DVD-compatibility !!!
Alister (Dakota Bailey) and Bubba (Matt Marshall) are two acid-popping
thugs always up to no good - so no wonder Satan appears to them in their
drug-induced visions. This time around, they decide to dig up Bubba's wife
whom he has killed because she slept with another dude, just so he can
"dance" with her again - even if by now she's a mere skeleton.
and another friend of his, Charlie (Brian Knapp), are two immoral bastards
if there ever were two, with their crimes spanning from dog-napping to
brutal murder - with Charlie being a passionate peeping tom on the side.
They also accept contracts from the mob to take out small fry drugdealers
working the mob's turf - which are great hits, usually, as they always get
to take the dope on the side. Eventually though, Charlie steals Alister's
Alister and Bubba know a guy called Woody (Wild Willy
Wakefeild), who just happens to be a serialkiller - which is a good thing,
because thus he can provide them with all sorts of stuff the occasional
killer might need, like carpets to roll one's bodies into - and now they
decide to hire him to take out Charlie ...
Now I have to say up
front, My Master Satan: 3 Tales of Drug Fueled Violence isn't a
film for everybody: It's extremely blunt regarding its access to violence,
vague about character motivations, isn't at all concerned with making its
characters likeable, the story is very rudimentary yet confusing, and in
terms of dialogue, the word "fuck" is used so annoyingly and -
let's admit it - boringly often it really buries any kind of wittiness
under its sheer weight. Plus the film's VHS aesthetics aren't exactly easy
on the eye. That all said, the film has a certain charm for it exactly for
this "shortcomings" (as I'm sure quite a few of them were
intentional) - but it most certainly is for acquired tastes.
DVDs of My Master Satan: 3 Tales of Drug Fueled Violence are
available for a limited time here: