Ti West's Eli Roth-Produced Horror 'The Sacrament' Red Band Trailer

February 21, 2014
Source: IGN

The Sacrament

While Eli Roth hasn't been behind the camera to direct a film in seven years (his latest film The Green Inferno arrives this fall), he's certainly been busy producing some interesting horror films like The Last Exorcism. The latest producing effort is The Sacrament, directed by indie horror director Ti West (The Innkeepers, The House of the Devil). The film follows two journalists (A.J. Bowen and Joe Swanberg) who decide to shoot a documentary following their friend (Kentucker Audley) searching for his missing sister living in a cult inspired by the Jonestown Massacre. The red band trailer is quite spooky. Watch now!

Here's the first red band trailer for Ti West's The Sacrament from IGN:

Patrick (Kentucker Audley) is a fashion photographer. When his colleagues Sam (AJ Bowen) and Jake (Joe Swanberg), correspondents for Vice magazine, catch wind of a letter from his estranged sister Caroline (Amy Seimetz) living in a "sober" commune at an unnamed location outside the US, they decide her story would be a great subject for a documentary. While Patrick reunites with his sister, Sam and Jake investigate why members of the isolated community have followed a mysterious leader they call Father off American soil. Magnet releases The Sacrament from director Ti West on VOD May 1st and limited theaters on June 6th.

The Sacrament Poster

Added the official poster from IMPAwards for Ti West's The Sacrament. Solid design for an official studio poster, but it's a good film worthy of something unique. For more updates, visit:

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  • Alex
    Product placements for Vice, now? So it has come to this...
    • Ugh what a fucking trite comment. The movie is made under the guise of a Vice documentary to bring it's found footage formula to life. It's not a product placement. it's a story telling tool.
  • 97point6
    Inspired? How about blatant ripoff of the actual event?
    • mooreworthy
      Yep, Jim Jones all the way, even got the kook-aid.
  • TheOct8pus
    has anyone seen The Innkeepers? Awful cliche' fest
    • Brian Ricci
      I saw it twice. I thought it was great.
    • grimjob
      Completely agree. Movie was terrible. When I first read this heading, I hoped that this would look better. But, this looks just like a retelling of the Jim Jones affair.
    • cuckoozey
      Having loved House Of The Devil immensely, I so wanted to love The Innkeepers but it was far too dull and uneventful for me. And this is coming from someone who loves slow-moving horror like The Changeling. I'm holding out hope that The Sacrament will be a comeback.
  • Avi
    great trailer.... keeping a eye out for this one!
  • Snowmanfloza
    I Like!
  • mooreworthy
    Underwhelming for me. And food for thought, when everyone calls a white man, "father" and he is not a priest, time to leave.
  • LOVED this movie. Saw it TWICE at Fantastic Fest and I never do that. I never go out of my way to make sure I get into two screenings of the same film. hit me heavily both times. Loved it.
  • SkyNet300
    Oh Ti West directed this? So its gonna be pure overrated garbage then? That guy is a hack.
  • Keylolo
    So its a exact remake of the events of Jonestown. Why not just say that.




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