The latest release from West Country-based horror production company Bad Blood Films will premiere in London next week.
at the Empire Cineworld, Leicester Square on Thursday 5th March (2020).
The film follows four lifelong friends as they head to a remote lodge for a weekend of fun. What begins as an idyllic retreat quickly descends into a fight for their lives when a local pagan cult offers them up to their goddess as a sacrifice.
Co-founder and writer/director, David Creed, explained: “Audiences have always had a fascination for the supernatural and paranormal, especially the ritualistic dark arts of ancient and mysterious cultures.
“Sacrilege is Bad Blood Films‘ entry into this sub-genre, a film where we probe what it means to be a friend and what friendship means through the hard times. When your friendship is pushed to the limits, does this make the bond stronger or does it break and shatter?”
The film will be shown in selected Cineworld cinemas across the UK from Friday 6th March.
Co-founder and producer Mark Kenna added: “Bad Blood Films is built on innovative contributors here in the South West with Evolution TV Bristol being the backbone of our post-production, facilitating this project from file management at ingest all the way through to a 4K cinema-ready movie.
“We’re always looking to push the boundaries in filmmaking. Whether being the first film production company to use a robot dolly provided by Motion Impossible, sourcing cast members from new online platform WeAudition, or partnering with cutting-edge cloud post-production company Sundog Tools all based in Bristol. It’s all part of our mission to use homegrown talent and resources.”
You can find out more about Bad Blood Films and Sacrilege here.