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Poster for The Seventh Victim (1943) with tag line "Slave to Satan!"
Poster for The Seventh Victim (1943) with tag line "Slave to Satan!"

A Satanic film is a subgenre of horror film, and at times other film genres, that involves the Devil as a concept or a character. Common themes/characters in Satanic film include the Antichrist, demonic possession, exorcism, and witchcraft.

List of satanic films

pre-1960s

Title Director(s) Actors Premiere Country Notes / Ref.
The Laboratory of Mephistopheles
(French: Le Cabinet de Méphistophélès)
Georges Méliès 1897 France Based on the Faust legend[1]
Faust and Marguerite Edwin S. Porter 1900 USA based on the Michel Carré play Faust et Marguerite
and the 1859 opera Faust adapted from the play by Charles Gounod.[2]
The Damnation of Faust
(French: Faust aux enfers)
Georges Méliès 1903 France [3]
Faust and Marguerite
(French: Damnation du docteur Faust)
Georges Méliès Georges Méliès 1904 France [4]
The Student of Prague
(German: Der Student von Prag
a.k.a A Bargain with Satan
Stellan Rye Paul Wegener
John Gottowt
Grete Berger
1913 German Empire based on "William Wilson" and Faust legend.[5]
Rapsodia satanica Nino Oxilia Lyda Borelli 1915 Italy [6]
Faust
(German: Faust – Eine deutsche Volkssage)
F. W. Murnau Gösta Ekman
Emil Jannings
Camilla Horn
1926 Weimar Republic [7][8]
Häxan
(Witchcraft Through the Ages)
Benjamin Christensen Benjamin Christensen
Clara Pontoppidan
Oscar Stribolt
1929 Sweden
Denmark
[9]
The Seventh Victim Mark Robson Tom Conway,
Jean Brooks,
Isabel Jewell
1943 USA About a young woman who stumbles on an underground cult of devil worshippers.[10]

1960s

Title Director(s) Actors Premiere Country Notes / Ref.
The Masque of the Red Death Roger Corman Vincent Price
Hazel Court
Jane Asher
1964 United Kingdom
United States
Short story
by Edgar Allan Poe.[11]
Bedazzled Stanley Donen Peter Cook
Dudley Moore
Eleanor Bron
1967 United Kingdom A comic retelling
of the Faust legend.[12]
The Devil Rides Out
(The Devil's Bride)
Terence Fisher Christopher Lee
Charles Gray
Niké Arrighi
1968 United Kingdom Based on the 1934 novel
by Dennis Wheatley.[13]
Rosemary's Baby Roman Polanski Mia Farrow
John Cassavetes
Ruth Gordon
1968 United States Based on the 1967 novel
by Ira Levin. [14]
The Satanist Zoltan G. Spencer Pat Barrington
Mary Bauer
1968 United States [15]
The Witchmaker William O. Brown Anthony Eisley
Thordis Brandt
Alvy Moore
1969 United States [16]

1970s

Title Director(s) Actors Premiere Country Notes / Ref.
All the Colors of the Dark
(Italian: Tutti i colori del buio)
Sergio Martino Edwige Fenech,
George Hilton,
George Rigaud
1972 Italy,
Spain
[17][18]
Alucarda
(Spanish: Alucarda, la hija de las tinieblas)
Juan López Moctezuma Tina Romero,
Claudio Brook,
Susana Kamini
1977 Mexico [19]
Asylum of Satan William Girdler Charles Kissinger,
Nick Jolley,
Carla Borelli
1972 United States [20]
The Blood on Satan's Claw
(a.k.a Satan's Skin)
Piers Haggard Patrick Wymark,
Linda Hayden,
Barry Andrews
1971 United Kingdom [21][22]
The Burning Hell Ron Ormond Jimmy Robbins,
Tim Ormond,
Robert G. Lee
1974 United States [23]
Daughters of Satan Hollingsworth Morse Tom Selleck,
Barra Grant,
Tani Guthrie
1972 United States [24][25]
The Devil Made Me Do It Norbert Meisel Brigette Giursa,
Andy Hopkins,
Celenthia Monett
1974 United States [26]
Devil's Ecstasy Brandon G. Carter Cyndee Summers,
Tara Blair,
Patrick Wright
1977 United States [27]
The Devil's Rain Robert Fuest William Shatner,
Ernest Borgnine,
Tom Skerritt
1975 Mexico,
United States
[28]
Don't Deliver Us from Evil
(French: Mais ne nous délivrez pas du mal)
Joël Séria Jeanne Goupil,
Catherine Wagener
1971 France [29]
The Eerie Midnight Horror Show
(a.k.a Enter the Devil)
(Italian: L'Ossessa)
Mario Gariazzo Stella Carnacina,
Chris Avram
1978 Italy [30][31][32]
The Exorcist William Friedkin Ellen Burstyn,
Max von Sydow,
Lee J. Cobb
1973 United States [33]
The Hanging Woman
(a.k.a. La orgía de los muertos,
Beyond the Living Dead,
Return of the Zombies)
José Luis Merino Stelvio Rosi,
Dyanik Zurakowska,
Paul Naschy
1973 Spain,
Italy
[34]
Inquisition
(Spanish: Inquisición)
Paul Naschy Paul Naschy,
Daniela Giordano,
Mónica Randall
1976 Spain [35][36]
The Last Step Down
(a.k.a Even Devils Pray)
Lawrence Ramport Olivia James,
Beatrice Stolen,
Uschi Digard
1971 United States [37]
Legacy of Satan Gerard Damiano John Francis,
Lisa Christian,
Paul Barry
1974 United States [38]
Look What's Happened to Rosemary's Baby Sam O'Steen Stephen McHattie,
Patty Duke,
George Maharis
1976 United States sequel to Roman Polanski's
1968 film
Rosemary's Baby[39][40]
Exorcist II: The Heretic John Boorman Linda Blair,
Richard Burton,
Louise Fletcher
1977 United States [41][42]
Love Letters of a Portuguese Nun
(German: Die Liebesbriefe einer portugesischen Nonne)
Erwin C. Dietrich
Max Dora
Susan Hemingway
William Berger
1977 West Germany
Switzerland
[43]
The Mephisto Waltz Paul Wendkos Alan Alda,
Jacqueline Bisset,
Barbara Parkins
1971 United States from the novel
of the same title
by Fred Mustard Stewart[44][45]
The Omen Richard Donner Gregory Peck,
Lee Remick,
David Warner
1976 United Kingdom
United States
[46]
Race with the Devil Jack Starrett Peter Fonda,
Warren Oates,
Loretta Swit
1975 United States [47][48]
Ring of Darkness
(Italian: Un'ombra nell'ombra)
Pier Carpi Valentina Cortese 1979 Italy [49]
Satan War Bartell LaRue Sally Schermerhorn,
Jimmy Drankovitch
1979 United States [50]
Satan's Cheerleaders Greydon Clark John Ireland,

Yvonne De Carlo,

John Carradine
1977 United States [51]
Satan's School for Girls David Lowell Rich Pamela Franklin,
Kate Jackson,
Lloyd Bochner
1973 United States [52]
Satan's Slave
(a.k.a Evil Heritage)
Norman J. Warren Michael Gough,
Martin Potter,
Candace Glendenning
1976 United Kingdom [53][54]
Satánico pandemonium Gilberto Martínez Solares Delia Magaña,
Enrique Rocha,
Cecilia Pezet
1975 Mexico [55]
Şeytan Metin Erksan Cihan Ünal,
Erol Amaç,
İsmail Hakkı Şen
1974 Turkey [56]
Shadow of Illusion
(Italian: Ombre roventi)
Mario Caiano William Berger,
Daniela Giordano,
Krista Nell
1971 Italy [57]
To the Devil... a Daughter
(a.k.a Child of Satan)
Peter Sykes Richard Widmark,
Christopher Lee,
Honor Blackman
1976 United Kingdom,
West Germany
[58]
Twins of Evil John Hough Peter Cushing,
Dennis Price,
Mary Collinson
1971 United Kingdom [59][60]
Warlock Moon Bill Herbert Laurie Walters,
Joe Spano,
Edna MacAfee
1973 United States [61][62]
Damien: Omen II Don Taylor
Mike Hodges
William Holden,
Lee Grant
1978 United States,
United Kingdom
[63][64]

1980s

Title Director(s) Actors Premiere Country Notes / Ref.
Omen III: The Final Conflict Graham Baker Sam Neill,
Lisa Harrow,
Rossano Brazzi
1981 United Kingdom,
United States
[65]
Oh, God! You Devil Paul Bogart George Burns,
Ted Wass,
Ron Silver
1984 United States [66][67]
Angel Heart Alan Parker Mickey Rourke,
Robert De Niro,
Lisa Bonet
1987 United States [68][69][70]
The Believers John Schlesinger Martin Sheen,
Robert Loggia,
Helen Shaver
1987 United States [71]
Black Candles
(Los ritos sexuales del diablo)
José Ramón Larraz Helga Liné,
Vanessa Hidalgo,
Jeffrey Healey
1982 Spain [72][73]
The Covenant Walter Grauman Jane Badler,
Kevin Conroy,
Judy Parfitt
1985 United States [74]
Evilspeak Eric Weston Clint Howard,
R. G. Armstrong,
Joseph Cortese
1982 United States [75]
Family Reunion Michael Hawes Mel Novak,
Pam Phillips,
Jack Starrett
1989 United States [76]
Fear No Evil Frank LaLoggia Stefan Arngrim,
Elizabeth Hoffman,
Kathleen Rowe McAllen
1981 United States [77]
The Killing of Satan
(Lumaban ka, Satanas)
Efren C. Piñon Ramon Revilla,
Elizabeth Oropesa,
George Estregan
1983 Philippines [78]
Night Train to Terror Jay Schlossberg-Cohen John Phillip Law,
Cameron Mitchell
1985 United States [79]
Night Visitor (a.k.a. Never Cry Devil) Rupert Hitzig Richard Roundtree,
Elliott Gould,
Shannon Tweed
1989 United States [80]
Prime Evil Roberta Findlay William Beckwith,
Christine Moore,
Mavis Harris
1988 United States [81]
Prince of Darkness John Carpenter Donald Pleasence,
Victor Wong,
Jameson Parker
1987 United States [82]
Rock 'n' Roll Nightmare John Fasano Jon Mikl Thor,
Jillian Peri,
Teresa Simpson
1987 United States [83][84]
The Unholy Camilo Vila Ben Cross,
Ned Beatty,
Hal Holbrook
1988 United States [85]

1990s

Title Director(s) Actors Premiere Country Notes / Ref.
The Exorcist III Carter DeHaven,
James G. Robinson
George C. Scott,
Ed Flanders,
Jason Miller
1990 United States third installment in
the Exorcist series[86][87][88][89]
Mister Frost Philippe Setbon Jeff Goldblum,
Kathy Baker
1990 United Kingdom
France
[90][91][92]
Omen IV: The Awakening Jorge Montesi,
Dominique Othenin-Girard
Faye Grant,
Michael Woods,
Asia Vieira
1991 Canada[93] the fourth installment
in The Omen series.[94]
Blood Church
(a.k.a Heartland of Darkness)
Eric Swelstad Nick Baldasare,
Linnea Quigley,
Dino Tripodis
1992 United States [95]
The Day of the Beast
(Spanish: El día de la Bestia)
Álex de la Iglesia Álex Angulo,
Armando De Razza,
Santiago Segura
1995 Spain [96][97]
The Prophecy Gregory Widen Christopher Walken,
Elias Koteas,
Virginia Madsen
1995 United States [98]
The Devil's Advocate Taylor Hackford Keanu Reeves,
Al Pacino,
Charlize Theron
1997 United States based on Andrew Neiderman's
novel of the same name.[99]
The Omega Code Rob Marcarelli Casper Van Dien,
Michael York,
Catherine Oxenberg,
Michael Ironside
1999 United States,
Canada,
Israel
a plan by the Antichrist
to take over the world.[100][101]
Stigmata Rupert Wainwright Patricia Arquette,
Gabriel Byrne,
Jonathan Pryce
1999 United States [102][103]

2000s

Title Director(s) Actors Premiere Country Notes / Ref.
Bless the Child Chuck Russell Kim Basinger,
Jimmy Smits,
Angela Bettis,
Rufus Sewell,
Christina Ricci
2000 United States,
Germany
based on the novel
of the same name by
Cathy Cash Spellman[104]
Fever Night aka Band of Satanic Outsiders Jordan Harris,
Andrew Schrader
Peter Tullio,
Philip Marlatt,
Melanie Rose Wilson
2009 United States about Satanic manifestations.[105][106]
Megiddo: The Omega Code 2 Brian Trenchard-Smith Michael York,
Michael Biehn,
Diane Venora
2001 United States follow-up to the
1999 film Omega Code[107]
Rain Rain Come Again Jayaraj Ajay Jose,
Reji V Nair,
Divya Lakshmi
2002 India first Malayalam film centered
on theme of satanism.[108]
The Exorcism of Emily Rose Scott Derrickson Laura Linney,
Tom Wilkinson
2005 United States loosely based on the story
of Anneliese Michel.[109][110]
The Ninth Gate Roman Polanski Johnny Depp,
Lena Olin,
Frank Langella
2000 France,
Spain
about a rare and ancient book
for summoning the Devil[111][112][113]
The Omen
(a.k.a The Omen: 666)
John Moore Julia Stiles,
Liev Schreiber,
Mia Farrow
2006 United States remake of the 1976 film 
of the same name
[114][115]

2010s

Title Director(s) Actors Premiere Country Notes / Ref.
Devil (a.k.a The Night Chronicles 1: Devil) John Erick Dowdle 2010 United States [116][117][118]
The Last Exorcism Daniel Stamm Patrick Fabian,
Ashley Bell,
Iris Bahr
2010 United States [119][120]
The Last Exorcism Part II Ed Gass-Donnelly Ashley Bell,
Julia Garner,
Spencer Treat Clark
2013 United States [121][122]
The Devil's Candy Sean Byrne Ethan Embry,
Shiri Appleby,
Pruitt Taylor Vince
2015 United States [123][124]
The Rite Mikael Håfström Anthony Hopkins,
Colin O'Donoghue,
Alice Braga
2011 United States,
Hungary,
Italy,
United Kingdom
[125][126]
The Witch Robert Eggers Anya Taylor-Joy,
Ralph Ineson,
Kate Dickie
2015 United States,
Canada
[127]
Ready or Not Matt Bettinelli-Olpin,
Tyler Gillett
Samara Weaving,
Adam Brody,
Mark O'Brien
2019 United States [128]


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