I've been eagerly awaiting Jenn Wexler's next film since seeing The Ranger, and thankfully that wait is nearly over, as her next movie, The Sacrifice Game (co-written by Wexler and Sean Redlitz), will begin streaming December 8th on Shudder, and we have a look at the film's official trailer that pits boarding school students against murderous cult members during a bloody Christmas of 1971!

You can watch the official trailer below, and in case you missed it, read Emily von Seele's 5-star Fantastic Fest review of The Sacrifice Game!

Synopsis: "The Blackvale School for Girls, 1971. It's bad enough that students Samantha (Madison Baines) and Clara (Georgia Acken) can't go home for the holidays, but things take a deadly turn when a gang of cult killers arrives at their doorstep—just in time for Christmas."

Director: Jenn Wexler

Screenwriters: Jenn Wexler, Sean Redlitz

Starring: Mena Massoud, Olivia Scott Welch, Gus Kenworthy, Madison Baines, Derek Johns, Laurent Pitre, Chloë Levine, Georgia Acken

Producers: Philip Kalin-Hajdu, Albert I. Melamed, Heather Buckley, Todd Slater, Jenn Wexler

Executive Producers: Marc Coté, Philip Kalin-Hajdu, Albert I. Melamed, Emily Gotto, Samuel Zimmerman, Roman Kopelevich, Crystal Hill, Roman Viaris, Mena Massoud, Olivia Scott Welch, Peter Phok, Benoit Beaulieu, Mike Klymkiw, Walter Klymkiw, Mark Berry, Duane Farley, Shuxia Yu

Co-Producer: Yannick Sadler

Director of Photography: Alexandre Bussière

Editor: Arthur Tarnowski

Composer: Mario Sévigny

Language: English

Country of Origin: United States

Running Time: 90 minutes

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