SOMETIMES WE ALL HAVE TO MAKE SACRIFICES
"Unusual but entertaining... bolstered by fine performances, good cinematography, and a genre-subverting final act."
- Ellis Reed, Horrified Magazine
"If the horrors which were expected remain half-glimpsed, the ones we weren’t remained on full display until the last second of the film."
- David Dent, Bloody Flicks
"Ratchets up the horror to fever pitch with horrific images burnt onto your cornea almost subliminally."
- Jamie Hill, The Link
From writer/director Alex Secker and producer Marcus Starr, makers of the award-winning Follow the Crows, comes Onus, a terrifying new folk-horror inspired by classics such as The Wicker Man, Rosemary's Baby, and The Shining.
When trainee nurse Anna agrees to accompany her partner to see her ailing father at their country home, she worries her background will make her an outcast among the wealthy Redferne family. Upon arrival, Anna begins to realize that she may have underplayed her problems and that they may have more to do with ritual sacrifice than they do with societal differences.
Starring Daniella Faircloth, Erin Leighton, Alex Pitcher, Karen Payne, Shaniece Williams, and Tony Manders, Onus is a terrifying contemporary new horror about paranoia, class, fear, and the dark secrets that lay within the very fabric of our society.