"Beasts of Satan" sounds like a movie Rob Zombie would make after next year's The Lords of Salem. To earn such a to-the-point moniker, a group of individuals would need to really be something evil. And that's exactly the right way to describe the Italian threesome of Andrea Volpe, Nicola Sapone, and Mario Maccione.
In January 1998, the trio of young Satanists murdered Chiara Marino, 19, and Fabio Tollis, 16, after a long night of boozing and heavy metal music inside the metal-centric club Midnight Pub. In a sacrificial ceremony of sorts, the three perpetrators, all hopped up on drugs, stabbed Marino and Tollis to death, buried their bodies in the woods, and danced on the graves, shouting, "Now you're both zombies! Try to get out of this hole, if you dare!"
It gets worse. Six years later, Volpe shot his 27-year-old girlfriend and buried her alive. The reason: She knew too much about the 1998 murders and about Volpe's Lucifer-loving sect. Unfortunately for them, Volpe and Sapone were, in addition to occultists, morons—while en route to drowning the girl's car in a nearby river, they took large amounts of heroin and cocaine, crashed the vehicle, and were arrested. The police questioning soon led to the discoveries of their heinous acts.