A Group Of Women Fight To Survive A Cult In The New ‘Sacrilege’ Trailer

February 18, 2021

Written by Kelli Marchman McNeely

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Devilworks has set a March release date for Sacrilege, the pagan cult horror film from writer-director David Creed.
The film follows a group of young women during celebrations for the Summer solstice, as they are offered up as a sacrifice to a mysterious pagan goddess, who has the ability to sense their greatest fears. Using this power against them, she turns their nightmares into a horrifying reality.
The cast includes Tamaryn Payne (Stalled, Vendetta), Emily Wyatt (Mission of Honor, Rise of the foot soldier: The Heist), Naomi Willow (NSR: The Jade, Bonded by Blood 2), Emma Spurgin Hussey (The Curse of Hobbes House, A Werewolf in England), Rory Wilton (An English Haunting, Fisherman’s Friends), and Sian Abrahams (Listen, Complete Strangers).
Mark Kenna produced for the British production company Bad Blood Films. Executive producers include both Creed and Kenna, alongside Robin Holder and Layan Nourouz.
Sacrilege will be released on March 16, 2021, on DVD and premium TVOD, followed by its VOD release.

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