Danny Huston and Janet Suzman additionally star within the IFC Midnight and Shudder launch, helmed by Christopher Smith (“The Banishing”).
Jena Malone is on a mission to discover a assassin in God’s home.
The “Neon Demon” star performs atheist Grace, who travels to Scotland after her brother kills himself in a nunnery for brand new horror movie “Consecration.” Nevertheless, Grace’s brother, who was a priest, can be the suspect in a homicide investigation, and Grace begins to imagine that he actually was killed and didn’t take his personal life. As soon as on the monastery, Grace uncovers homicide, sacrilege and a disturbing reality about her personal previous.
Janet Suzman portrays a mom superior nun who appears to be defending supernatural secrets and techniques within the horror movie. Danny Huston is the lead investigator on the head-scratching case.
Thoren Ferguson and Will Eager additionally star within the movie, directed by Christopher Smith (“Triangle,” “The Banishing”). Smith additionally co-wrote “Consecration” together with producer Laurie Cook dinner. The movie is moreover produced by Jason Newmark, Xavier Marchand, Casey Herbert, and Stuart Ford. “Consecration” is distributed by IFC Midnight and Shudder.
“I’m by no means extra spooked out than if I stroll right into a church or a temple,” Smith advised Leisure Weekly of the origin of the premise.”I went right into a synagogue just lately and located the ambiance in there so electrically-charged. I don’t really feel that in outdated homes. I wished to make a film about faith however do it severely.”
Smith has additionally helmed episodes of Anthony Horowitz’s “Alex Rider” and Sky’s “Temple.”
Along with “Consecration,” lead star Malone is ready to look in Rose Glass’ American epic “Love Lies Bleeding,” Zack Synder’s “Insurgent Moon,” and Kevin Costner’s subsequent directorial effort “Horizon,” a Civil Warfare drama which he co-wrote.
Malone beforehand starred in 2020 horror movie “Antebellum,” telling IndieWire that she was not afraid to deal with enjoying a white supremacist onscreen and tackling a dialogue about race in American cinema.
“I’ve by no means been the kind of individual to be actually fearful of characters that aren’t simple to carry to life, I assume, is the nicest method [to put it],” Malone mentioned. “That entire spectrum of ‘villain-hood,’ issues that aren’t simple to love, not simple to grasp, these issues by no means terrified me.”
She added, “Individuals can be like, ‘Are you scared? Are you okay?’ That was type of once I let the concern get into my throat a bit bit, however now we’re on this type of wonderful reckoning, this awakening, and there couldn’t be a greater time for this movie to come back out. I’m not afraid in any respect.”
“Consecration” premieres in theaters February 10.
Try the trailer under.