Ti West’s The Sacrament Gets Limited and Standard Edition Release From Second Sight Films

As we eagerly await the release of director Ti West’s trilogy closer MaXXXine, We’re thrilled to announce the exclusive Limited Edition Blu-ray release of one of his earlier masterpieces, The Sacrament.

One of his generation’s most prominent horror filmmakers, Ti West has directed a slew of successful films, including X, Pearl, The House of the Devil, The Innkeepers, and In the Valley of Violence. Now, his effective 2013 horror The Sacrament is finally being given a worthy home entertainment release thanks to those lovely people at Second Sight Films. Mark your calendars for the 17th of June, 2024, when the collector’s edition of The Sacrament hits the shelves. This unique edition comes in a rigid slipcase with captivating new artwork by Chris Malbon , and includes a 70-page booklet with thought-provoking essays and a plethora of exciting special features, such as new interviews and a newly edited making-of documentary.

A small news team, played by AJ Bowen (You’re Next, The House of the Devil), Joe Swanberg (You’re Next, V/H/S) join a desperate man on a search for his missing sister (Amy Seimetz (Stranger Things, Pet Semetary). After a tip off, the group travels to Eden Parish and the documentary filming begins… But when they arrive at the supposedly peaceful sanctuary, it soon becomes clear that this isn’t the remote paradise they’d been looking for.

Greeted by armed guards, the crew start to question what they’ve walked into. Word reaches them that they must meet the leader of the seemingly joyful community. When they enter the parish and are brought in front of ‘Father’ things soon take a terrifying turn. As their worst nightmare becomes all too real, will they make it out alive?

Prepare to be chilled to the bone at The Sacrament, a harrowing horror that will leave you on the edge of your seat or in the fetal position on the floor. Available on Standard and Limited Edition, The Sacrament will be released on June 17.

Special Features 
Indie Guys at Heart: A new interview with actor AJ Bowen
The Best Pathway: A new interview with actor Joe Swanberg
An Ecstatic State: A new interview with actor Amy Seimetz
The Itch to Act:  new interview with actor Gene Jones
A Wild Ride: A new interview with producer Peter Phok
Truthiness: Alexandra Heller-Nicholas on The Sacrament
We’re Not Sinners Here: The Making of The Sacrament

Limited Edition Contents
Rigid slipcase with new artwork by Chris Malbon
70-page book with new essays by Anton Bitel, Kat Hughes, Rich Johnson and Beth Kelly
Six collectors’ art cards 

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