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11th Mar 2020

#3 Hail Satan? Movie Review - The Rise of the Satanic Temple - The Afterlife

Welcome to the Afterlife on The Gothic Side of Life where I delve deeper into the videos I post on YouTube.

In this episode I discuss the movie "Hail Satan?" and Lucien Greaves and the Baphomet Statue. Can you really call Satanism non-theistic? I talk about the absurdity of embracing the dark side of Christianity yet claiming it doesn't exist. You are either for God or not.

Join me for a wonderful discussion with the man himself "SATAN". He pleads his case on why he should remain an evil figure in society.

All "Future Corpses" are welcome. I am here to build an arm of like minded individuals. Together we will unite the Freaks!

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About the Podcast

The Gothic Side of Life
All Things Strange and Unusual
Greetings "Future Corpses" All are welcome in the Funeral Parlor. Join me for discussions about All Things Strange and Unusual.
Here you will find dark intellectual comedy and commentary about the world we live in.
Don't worry, you don't need to wear any eyeliner to be a part of this show! Gothic or not you will be entertained.

About your host

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Glenn Davis

Glenn lee alan Davis:

From 1992-2002 – GLAD Played Bass and Keyboards for the elite Underground Band – Willow Wisp. Releasing several CDs and touring around the country. Including “The Building Up and Breaking Down of Matter” and “Delusions of Grandure – A Gathering of Heritics”.

In 1994 he published an underground fiction horror Magazine Called “The Arc of Descent” – 2 issues were published featuring various writers and poets in the Los Angeles Gothic Community.

In 2002 He released an instrumental solo CD – “In The Shadow of Death”

In 2003 he wrote and directed a short movie titled “The Arc of Descent” that touches on the beauty and elegance of suicide.

From 2007 to Present Glenn has been the Owner of Dysfunctional Doll. A Dark Alternative Clothing Company carrying their own line of T-shirts and accessories.