After you’ve suffered, he will find you.
Bloody has an exclusive look at the new poster art for Sator, written/directed/edited and produced by Jordan Graham, arriving on digital download in the UK on February 15 and on DVD Feb. 22 (those in the U.S. can pick it up on digital Feb. 9).
In the film, “Secluded in a desolate forest home to little more than the decaying remnants of the past, a broken family is further torn apart by a mysterious death. Adam, guided by a pervasive sense of dread, hunts for answers only to learn that they are not alone; an insidious presence by the name of Sator has been observing his family, subtly influencing all of them for years in an attempt to claim them.”
“Sator is quite personal to me,” said Graham. “It delves into my family’s dark history with mental illness surrounding a supernatural entity, and uses home video footage to create an interwoven piece between documentary and fiction.”
For years generations of his family, including his grandmother, have claimed to make contact with a mysterious presence by the name of Sator, and the film features her own haunting accounts of contact.
The cast includes Michael Daniel, Aurora Lowe, Gabriel Nicholson, and Rachel Johnson alongside Graham’s late grandmother, June Peterson.
Meredith Borders reviewed the horror film Sator at the Telluride Horror Show last October, you may recall, awarding the film 3.5/5 stars and calling it “a dark and strange singular vision.”
Meredith also wrote in her review for Bloody Disgusting, “It’s scary and sleepy and utterly strange, a dusky little dream of a film that no one on earth could make but Jordan Graham. Can we say that about most films, that only one person alive could make them? That uncommon, unrepeatable vision is what gives Sator its dark magic.”