Thursday, November 05, 2020

A Pagan Ritual Sours a Girl's Weekend in David Creed's Sacrilege - International Artwork

Sacrilege is a film about paganism, from the United Kingdom. Focusing on four characters out for a girl's weekend, this quartet finds themselves involved in an ancient ritual. Now, an ancient goddess is exploiting their greatest fears. This title, from director David Creed (Facility 31), has already released in UK theatres. Now, there is the possibility of a wider release, with the an international poster available here.

The central cast includes a few familiar names. This film fan has recently seen Tamaryn Payne in Small Town Folk (2007). Emily Wyatt (Mission of Honor), Naomi Willow (Bonded by Blood) and Emma Spurgin Hussey (A Werewolf in England) also centrally star in this indie horror feature.

As well, the latest sales art shows the goddess from the film. The five-pointed star reveals some of the evil in store for viewers. And, one side of the figure's burnt flesh shows a darker side, in this well drawn graphic.

Sacrilege has already released in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Now, Devilworks will look to bring this supernatural thriller to North American markets as they have acquired worldwide rights (June 2020). Though a release date has not been announced, Sacrilege will be showing at this year's American Film Market, in Santa Monica (online, Nov. 9-13th). More release details will be announced as they become available.

Release Date: TBA.

Director/writer: David Creed.

Cast: Tamryn Payne, Emily Wyatt, Sian Abrahams, Emma Spurgin Hussey and Naomi Willow.

A trailer for Sacrilege (via Filmonizirani):

Sacrilege at Devil Works: Sacrilege Plot Details at Devil Works

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