Bruce Davison plays a religious fanatic father who puts the fear of god into a stranded group of boys on a road-trip gone wrong. Can their souls be saved?
Say your prayers as bone chilling new horror We Still Say Grace is set to put the fear of god in you. From directors Brad Helmink and John Rauschelbach (The Lodge), this terrifying horror premieres in the UK on 3 May 2021 courtesy of 101 Films.
Hollywood mainstay Bruce Davison (X-Men, Those Who Kill) gives a deliciously dark turn as religious fanatic Harold, a god-fearing family man who lives with his down-trodden wife and teenage daughters in a remote farmhouse, as far away as possible from the sin filled world and civilisation, where he rules his household with an iron fist. The older she gets, the more daughter Maggie (Holly Taylor - The Americans, Manifest) begins to question her father’s rules and rituals and is desperate to live a normal life.
When three young men break down near the house, they go in search of help…and their dream road trip soon becomes an unimaginable nightmare…as they stumble upon this seemingly happy family home that houses dark secrets. They are soon sucked into a wicked world of saints and sinners.
Intrigued by the guests, Maggie starts to develop a strong connection with one of the boys, could they be the opportunity to escape she so desperately wants? But as things start to spiral out of control, Harold isn’t prepared to relinquish his powerful grip, and tensions build between the family and the new arrivals.
As the guests are pulled further into this deranged world, Harold’s anger at their sinful and blasphemous ways deepens and this stomach-churning drama escalates to a harrowing finale. Who will survive the wrath? We Still Say Grace will have you praying for your soul to be saved.
Released on digital 3 May 2021