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The Sacrifice Game: A Chilling Holiday Thriller Streaming on Shudder

Get ready for an exhilarating holiday season with “The Sacrifice Game,” directed by the talented Jenn Wexler. This gripping thriller, featuring a star-studded cast including Mena Massoud, Olivia Scott Welch, Chloë Levine, Madison Baines, Georgia Acken, and Gus Kenworthy, is set to stream on Shudder starting December 8th. Don’t miss the captivating new trailer available now.

The film takes us back to 1971 at the Blackvale School for Girls, where students Samantha (played by Madison Baines) and Clara (Georgia Acken) are stranded during the holidays. Their festive season turns sinister with the arrival of a menacing gang of cult killers, ensuring a Christmas filled with suspense and terror.

Jenn Wexler, celebrated for her unique storytelling in horror and thriller genres, sits at the helm of this project. Her directorial debut, “The Ranger,” premiered at the SXSW Film Festival and screened at the Museum of Modern Art. Wexler has also made a mark in television, directing episodes for The CW’s “Pandora” and TruTV’s “Late Night Snack.” Her production credits include genre-defining films like “Depraved,” “Darling,” “Like Me,” and “Most Beautiful Island,” the latter earning accolades at SXSW and an Independent Spirit John Cassavetes Award nomination.

The Sacrifice Game: A Chilling Holiday Thriller Streaming on Shudder 1

“The Sacrifice Game” is a creative collaboration between Jenn Wexler and screenwriter Sean Redlitz. The film showcases a blend of emerging talent and established actors, including Mena Massoud, Olivia Scott Welch, Gus Kenworthy, Derek Johns, Laurent Pitre, Chloë Levine, and Georgia Acken, promising a dynamic and engaging viewing experience. With a runtime of 90 minutes, the film is a perfect blend of horror and suspense to keep you on the edge of your seat.

Be sure to mark your calendars for December 8th and prepare for a chilling holiday season with “The Sacrifice Game” on Shudder.

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