Old silent porn film about the Black Mass remixed with 1970s horror film The Pyx [NSFW]

What I have done here is to combine the audio track from the final scene of the 1973 occult psychological thriller The Pyx starring Karen Black (public domain) with a short silent French pornographic film from 1928 called Messe Noire (Black Mass).

Messe Noire is titled after the Satanic ritual of the same name, a reversal of the symbolism of the Catholic mass, which is traditionally performed by an ordained Catholic priest and which typically involves the use of a naked female body as an altar, as is shown in the film. Orgies of the sort shown here (said in the film to be the “initiation” of a “neophyte” into a “Satanic cult”) were said to be practiced at real black masses, although they were a bit more dark than the sexy rites portrayed here, involving the murder of infants, the consumption of excrement, and other unfun things. The darkest thing shown here is a bit of sado-masochistic whipping, which is fitting since the literature of both the Marquis de Sade and Leopold von Sacher-Masoch (the namesakes of this particular sexual fetish movement) notably featured black masses in several of their works. (For more information about this read my article The Origin of Sado-Masochism in the Black Mass and Witch’s Sabbath and my e-book Hocus Pocus: the Magical Power of St. Peter.)

The Pyx is about a prostitute who is hired to desecrate a consecrated communion wafer during a Black Mass ritual with a real priest. After the silent film ends, I allow the visuals to transition to those from The Pyx as well, which seems to work perfectly for an ending. I hope you enjoy it. I have used black bars to censor some of the more graphic images of penetration and oral sex, but is is still certainly adult material and not safe to be played at work.

Here’s The Pyx on YouTube:


The Pyx, 1973, a film about the Black Mass.


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