"The Insane Getaway"

Films: Asylum of Satan (1971)

Alias: Dr. Spector, Satan

Type: Mystical

Location: Haunted home

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Asylums don't exactly attract much public support. They're homes for the mentally unsound, what do you expect? Still, we wouldn't commit anyone to an asylum built on devil worship.

History: Dr. Jason Spector seemed nice, even with a last name like that. Oh wait, no, he's out of his mind. So much so that he decided to run an entire mental ward so that he can gather inmates to sacrifice to his dark master, Satan himself.

Notable Kills: One inmate, a blind woman, is killed by serpents in a swimming pool.

Final Fate: During a ritual, the Evil One does indeed appear for his most recent sacrifice, but he's rather displeased with what he's offered. So he has Spector incinerated, and the cult must now carry on without their leader.

Powers/Abilities: Manipulation of reality.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 2-Part of the problem is Satan himself, a picky Halloween prop that looks like a failed rough draft from "Curse of the Demon". It doesn't help that his presence is accompanied by an eye-searing red hue.

Trivia: -This film was also known as "The Satan Spectrum".

-The swimming pool snake scene was achieved with real snakes from California, and the blind woman actor's stunt double replacing her reluctant partner.

Image Gallery

That, and a terrible eye-searing color scheme here.

Lunch hours are shortened when the next batch of heathens comes along.
I think we should call it "Castle of Satan" at this point.

This was your best minion at the moment, Satan? Think a little!

We should know that's fake. Satan's dental job can't be that atrocious.