Satanic Panic (2019) is a horror comedy about a pizza delivery girl who discovers that she has delivered food to a group of high society Satanists, intent on turning her into a virgin sacrifice. The movie has been produced by Fangoria and Aperture Entertainment, producers of popular films like The Last Witch Hunter (2014), The Brood (2015), My Friend Dahmer (2015) and Snuff (2015).
Chelsea Stardust is the director of the movie, after a wide career as a director’s assistant and her debut feature Seeing Green (2018) and a bunch of short films. Satanic Panic (2019) is based on a story by Ted Geoghegan, writer of We Are Still Here (2015), and Grady Hendrix, who also wrote the screenplay. Ruby Modine, Rebecca Romijn, Jerry O’Connell, Jordan Ladd, Arden Myrin, Whitney Moore, Hayley Griffith, Michael Polish, Jeff Daniel Phillips, AJ Bowen, Clarke Wolfe, Hannah Stocking, and Gina Hughes for the main cast.
The official plot for Satanic Panic (2019) reads:
Times are tough for Sam. Already a cancer survivor at twenty-two, she eeks out a meager existence delivering pizza for minimum wage—and minimum tips—while dealing with an exploitative boss and obnoxious coworkers. When the final delivery of the night promises to take her to a wealthy neighborhood with the chance of a healthy tip, she takes the opportunity to make up for an unprofitable shift. What begins as a quest for cash ends up as a quest for survival, though, when it turns out her customers aren’t who she’s used to delivering to. Instead, they’re a Satanic cult of a very different color: high-society elites for whom worshipping the Dark Lord coexists with country clubs and casseroles.
Satanic Panic (2019) had its world premiere at the Overlook Film Festival on May 31, 2019, and after that, it was also part of the Oak Cliff Film Festival and Fantasia International Film Festival. The reception of the film was quite positive. It will be released in the United States to limited theaters and VoD platforms on September 6 by RLJE Films. Watch here its official trailer:
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