ByJonathan J Moya, writer at Creators.co
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Jonathan J Moya


Mumblegore director Ti West's latest film is filled with 'Jones Town massacre take the Kool-Aid and die' echoes. Three magazine journalists visit a relative at a religious commune, where the mysterious Father (Gene Jones) is the unchallenged leader. Like all infamous cult tales, it doesn’t end well. In an interview with InsideMovie Ti West said: ”I wanted to depict a cult that wasn’t full of psychos. They are people that you’re like, ‘Well, I don’t want to live there, but I understand why they do. And let them do whatever they want.” The aging effect shown on the poster gives off a 1970′s vibe. The Sacrament will get a premier at both the Venice International and TIFF 2013 festivals.

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