Dakota Bailey’s My Master Satan: 3 Tales of Drug Fueled Violence

Dakota Bailey  Director, Writer: DecayMag.com Dakota Bailey My Master Satan: 3 Tales of Drug Fueled Violence

Release Date: February 2, 2016

Release Format: DVD

Genre: Horror

Synopsis

My Master Satan: 3 Tales of Drug Fueled Violence is an anthology horror film. It features three tales that revolve around serial killer/druggie Alister (Dakota Bailey) and  his equally demented serial killer friends Woody, Charlie, and Bubba. the film takes the viewer deep into a seedy underworld of crime, drugs, depravity & murder.

In the first tale, Bubba (Matt Marshall) enlists Alister’s help to exhume the corpse of his deceased unfaithful wife who he murdered. Afterward, the two of them decide to take some LSD resulting in an acid trip where they briefly see Satan. 

The second tale follows Alister and his twisted friend Charlie (Brian Knapp) as they go out at night committing murder, & other deviant acts. Finally in the third and final tale, Alister & Bubba go on a quest for more LSD, meeting their serial killer friend Woody and committing violent acts along the way, and finally having the ultimate ritualistic acid trip that once again brings them face to face with Satan himself.

The second tale follows Alister and his twisted friend Charlie (Brian Knapp) as they go out at night committing murder, & other deviant acts. In the third tale, Alister & Bubba go on a quest for more LSD, meeting their serial killer friend Woody and committing violent acts along the way. They have the ultimate acid trip that once again brings them face to face with Satan.

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Overview

“My Master Satan: 3 Tales of Drug Fueled Violence” is an independent film. A group of friends gets high off acid. This, in turn, makes them hallucinate and have encounters with Satan. The drugs also make them commit heinous crimes against others.

The cast of characters to “My Master Satan: 3 Tales of Drug Fueled Violence” are as follows:

Bubba: Serial Killer and Drug Addict

Allister: Serial Killer, Bubba’s fried

Charlie: Allister’s friend

Little  Blunt: Drug Dealer

Dealin’ Dick: Drug  Dealer

Woody: Serial Killer, Allister and Bubba’s friend

Riddled with rage, Bubba calls Allister and tells him that he wants to kill the man that his wife cheated on him with. Then he wants to dig up her grave and bring her corpse back home with him. They, of course, act on this, then proceed to have an acid trip.

Charlie and Allister holds a dog hostage for ransom. They also pay a man a visit who owes them money and is long overdue on his payment.

“My Master Satan: 3 Tales of Drug Fueled Violence” is one strange trip. The plot is good and has potential. However, the execution is not so good. Shot on VHS, the film takes the approach of a low-budget, underground snuff film. Awesome idea! But…what the heck happened to the production?

Pros

The best thing about “My Master Satan: 3 Tales of Drug Fueled Violence” is the plot. The story has a lot of potential if the interlocking message had developed a different way. As for the soundtrack, it was loud and dark. It offered just the right tone for the film. This holds true for the song that plays during the ending credits.

The underlying messages to Dakota Bailey’s film are clear. One of those messages were:

“The only devil is man himself.”

I think this was an excellent addition to the film. It gives the production some brownie points. Had it not been for these messages, I would have just thought this was one big confused mess.

Cons

DecayMag.com Dakota Bailey My Master Satan: 3 Tales of Drug Fueled Violence“My Master Satan: 3 Tales of Drug Fueled Violence” is a big blur. It’s hit-or-miss, and I definitely missed a lot. My focus and concentration fell off by the randomness projected on-screen. During the course of the film, I had no idea what was going on or what I was watching.

The cinematography of the film had no visual effectiveness. The film is hazy and choppy; it cuts in and out at a constant rate. Some parts are also played in fast motion, so it’s easy to get thrown off here and there. I’ve seen films shot on cell phones that have way better cinematography.

The practical effects and special effects were mediocre. The technique was nonsensical almost comical. Satan looked more like a dazed-out hologram on a wall. The film seems more rushed than anything. There could be some improvements in just about every technical department. That special attention that would and could do this film plenty of justice.

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