Directed by Julian Richards
A journalist investigates an evil cult who may have murdered a female colleague. After Rachel dies mysteriously while investigating her brother’s death, Frazier Truick (Craig Fairbrass) decides it’s time to get to the bottom of what the cult is all about. But he’s not prepared for pagan rituals, Satan worship, and human sacrifice. Racing against time, Frazier must solve the crime before he winds up its next victim. Combining elements of classics like THE WICKER MAN with social realism, director Julian Richards paved the way for the UK horror revival of the 2000’s.
A journalist investigates an evil cult who may have murdered a female colleague.
Cast: Craig Fairbrass, Rowena King, Roger Nott
Predictable 90s trash.
A decent B Horror Movie. To compare it, however, to either THE WICKER MAN or ROSEMARY'S BABY is over-reaching to the extreme. As a student of the Occult, and a Witch High Priestess, the Pagan Rites were picturesque, perhaps, but totally unrealistic.
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This movie was bad. The lead guy was dumb, the sex scenes were laughably awful, the druid cult looked and behaved like Anarchy 99 rejects....what a waste. Why is it so difficult to make modern pagan folk horror? The Welsh really made themselves look bad with this one.