Satan’s Slave (1976)

UK, 1976
35mm film, Fujicolor, 2.35:1, Techniscope
mono, English

A British horror film directed by Norman J. Warren.


* – uncredited

Directed by: Norman J. Warren
© 1976 Monumental Pictures Limited
Monumental Pictures present
Produced by: Les Young, Richard Crafter
Associate Producer: Moira Young
Screenplay by: David McGillivray
Photography: Les Young, John Metcalfe, John Simmons, Steve Haskett, Denis Balkin
Editor: Norman J. Warren *
Music Composed and Conducted by: John Scott
Sound Recordist: Richard Laughton
Make up Supervisor: Robin Grantham
Make up: Nick Maley
Special Effects by: Effects Associates
Art Director: Hayden Pearce
Made entirely on location in Surrey, England

Michael Gough (Alexander)
Martin Potter (Stephen)
Candace Glendenning (Catherine)
Barbara Kellerman (Francis)
Michael Craze (John)
Gloria Walker (Janice)
James Bree (Malcolm)
Celia Hewitt (Elizabeth)
David McGillivray (priest)
Moira Young *
Andrzej Jasiewicz *
Walter Zerlin Jr *
Monika Ringwald *
Carolyn Withington *
Paula Patterson *

Alternative Titles

Esclave de Satan – French title
El esclavo de Satán – Spanish title
Evil Heritage – US title
Die Teufelsbrut – Sklaven des Satans – West German video title
Sklavin des Satans – West German title
Раб Сатаны – Russian title

Extracts included in
Evil Heritage: Independent Film-Making & the Films of Norman J. Warren (1999)

See also
All You Need Is Blood: The Making of Satan’s Slave (1976)



  • Continental Film Review vol.24 no.3 (January 1977) pp.46-47
  • Empire no.189 (March 2005) p.141 – DVD review (Play: Kim Newman’s Video Dungeon: Dungeon Breakout by Kim Newman)
  • Monthly Film Bulletin vol.44 no.516 (January 1977) p.10


  • The Aurum Film Encyclopedia: Horror by Phil Hardy (ed.) p.317
  • English Gothic: A Century of Horror Cinema by Jonathan Rigby pp.266-267
  • Film Review 1979-1980 by F. Maurice Speed p.155
  • Horror and Science Fiction Films II by Donald C. Willis p.337
  • Uneasy Dreams: The Golden Age of British Horror Films, 1956-1976 by Gary A. Smith p.190
  • X-Cert 2: The British Independent Horror Film 1971-1983 by John Hamilton pp.200-206; 287-288