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Sacrament (2014)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Avery Pfeiffer ...
Blake Mills
Lee Singer
Brittany Badali ...
Jennifer Paggitt
Amanda Rebholz ...
Lorri Ames
Cassandra Hierholzer ...
Shell Bates
Henry Pao ...
Alex Corbin
Wesley Kimenyi ...
Jeff Hastings
Joshua Cole Simmons ...
Brahm Renneker
Isaac Renneker
Cory W. Ahre ...
Jason Ranscombe
Mama C Craighton
Beulah Standifer
Ed Guinn ...
Luke Standifer
Mary Standifer


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$25,000 (estimated)
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This was the final performance of Marilyn Burns, she passed away shortly after release. See more »

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Low Budget, Low Class, Good Watch!
12 July 2016 | by See all my reviews

So it's a low budget, badly acted 'horror' movie. I almost want to recategorise this movie as 'comedy'. I have seen worse from some of the biggest Hollywood 'stars'though. One almost got the feeling that the actors knew how bad the film was but hoped that it was so bad that it would gather 'cult' status. I don't think it will - but as a pure 'horror' movie it is worth a look at least. It is, for me, no worse than cannibal movies like 'The Hills Have Eyes'. As for those who feel that Christianity is given a raw deal - I say too bad. As a Buddhist myself, there is one word I think fits the situation for the miffed Christians - KARMA!

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