Celebrating the forthcoming release of David Bruckner‘s psychological horror The Ritual, Bloody Disgusting is giving readers a chance to see the thriller in theaters – specifically at Netflix’s badass private screening room!
The screening will be held on Monday, February 5th @ 7PM. We have 15 PAIRS of tickets available. To RSVP, please email Rituallarsvp@Gmail.com with your full name and if you plan on bringing a guest. Winners will be notified and confirmed by email.
Netflix’s next horror gift is coming just before Valentine’s Day as V/H/S, Southbound, and The Signal director David Bruckner’s The Ritual will hit the streaming service globally on February 9, 2018.
In the film, “Reuniting after the tragic death of their best mate, four old friends from university set out to hike through the Scandinavian wilderness. But a wrong turn leads them into the dark and mysterious forests of Norse legend, where an ancient evil still exists and stalks them at every turn.”
Here’s the official U.S. trailer for the film. The footage looks straight out of An American Werewolf in London, only these friends are stuck deep in the woods with, ahem, something. The Ritual looks to be a psychological horror film that brimming with insanity. Take a look…
Joe Lipsett reviewed the film out of its World Premiere, explaining that it “make audiences reconsider any plans they have to go for a hike in the woods anytime soon.“
It stars Rafe Spall (The Big Short, Life of Pi), Robert James-Collier (Downton Abbey, Spike Island), Arsher Ali (Line of Duty, Four Lions) and Sam Troughton (Robin Hood, Alien vs. Predator).
The Ritual is an adaptation of Adam Nevill’s horror novel, which won the August Derleth Award for Best Horror Novel in 2012. Joe Barton wrote the screenplay. Rise of the Planet of the Apes‘ Andy Serkis(!) produced via his The Imaginarium outfit.
Bruckner is a part of the Bloody Disgusting family having directed the “Amateur Night” segment in V/H/S and the infamous surgical sequence in Southbound. He’s also one of the directors of The Signal (2007) and nearly ended up directing the next installment of Friday the 13th. This looks like an excellent consolation prize.