Sacrilege (2020)

David Creed directs Tamaryn Payne, Emily Wyatt and Sian Abrahams in this British horror where four girlfriends find themselves in a “Wicker Man” lite kinda situation.

We had an early afternoon train to catch and this was the only new release that fitted our time constraints. Little did we know it might be last cinema trip we will take in the near future… our lives… maybe forever. Before bigger events overtook this terrible choice of a matinee trip, I would have still hands down said it is THE worst film I’ve paid to see at a cinema. Sub-Hollyoakes production values, Babestation casting, acting and writing that belongs in porno. Every scene is set-up in exactly the way a bit of barebones plot driven hardcore might be. I expected them to start undressing and tribbing or rimming or at least heavy petting each location change. That doesn’t happen. Neither does any horror. There’s at least an hour of inane soap before a bit of mild terror imagery is trotted out and then it really is all over at a plot point where most genre films are just getting started. Abysmal.


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