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Eerie indie horror film “SATOR” gets a release date, trailer and poster

Monday, December 14, 2020 | Indie Films, News


A frightening trip into the woods is coming to chill you later this winter.

1091 Pictures has announced a February 9 VOD and digital release date (platforms will include iTunes/AppleTV, Amazon, Google Play and Microsoft) for SATOR, a very personal, practically one-man project by filmmaker Jordan Graham. Written, directed, produced, edited, scored and lensed by Graham, who took seven years to complete it, the movie stars Michael Daniel, Aurora Lowe, Gabriel Nicholson, and Rachel Johnson alongside Graham’s late grandmother, June Peterson. The synopsis: “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 [Nicholson], 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,” Graham says. “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.” The movie has won praise at festivals such as the Fantasia International Film Festival, Telluride Horror Show, Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, Imagine Film Festival and others.

Michael Gingold
Michael Gingold (RUE MORGUE's Head Writer) has been covering the world of horror cinema for over three decades, and in addition to his work for RUE MORGUE, he has been a longtime writer and editor for FANGORIA magazine and its website. He has also written for BIRTH.MOVIES.DEATH, SCREAM,, TIME OUT, DELIRIUM, MOVIEMAKER and others. He is the author of the AD NAUSEAM books (1984 Publishing) and THE FRIGHTFEST GUIDE TO MONSTER MOVIES (FAB Press), and he has contributed documentaries, featurettes and liner notes to numerous Blu-rays, including the award-winning feature-length doc TWISTED TALE: THE UNMAKING OF "SPOOKIES" (Vinegar Syndrome).