This Christmas, raise a little hell.
The Sacrifice Game–described as “a tribute to the beauty and boldness of ’70s horror”–this week dropped its first trailer and received a yuletide streaming debut on Shudder.
The film–set to hit Shudder Dec. 8–is directed by Jenn Wexler (The Ranger) from a screenplay she wrote with Sean Redlitz.
The horror pic stars Mena Massoud (Aladdin), Olivia Scott Welch (Fear Street), Gus Kenworthy (American Horror Story: 1984) and Chloe Levine (The OA). Derek Johns, Laurent Pitre, Madison Baines and Georgia Acken round out the ensemble.
The feature–set in the Blackvale School for Girls in 1971–follows Samantha and Clara, who can’t go home for the holidays, and who then run into serious trouble “when a gang of cult killers arrive on their doorstep–just in time for Christmas.”
Keep reading Horror News Network for any further updates on The Sacrifice Game on Shudder.