Barbara Crampton is no stranger to the horror genre.
From her cult horror hit Re-Animator in 1985, she never slowed down with the well-known frightening tales on screen. She appeared in horror films such as Chopping Mall, From Beyond, Castle Freak, You’re Next, and so on.
So when another horror script of Sacrifice came to her, it was a no-brainer. She continued to choose horror roles, but only if they’re meaningful to her.
Sacrifice is a Lovecraftian horror film that also stars Dag Sorlie, Erik Lundin, Jack Kristiansen, Johanna Adde Dahl, Ludovic Hughes, Lukas Loughran, and Sophie Stevens. Andy Collier and Tor Mian wrote and directed the movie from Paul Kane’s short story “Men of The Cloth.”
Here’s the official synopsis:
New Yorker Isaac and his pregnant wife return to a remote Norwegian village of his birth to claim an unexpected inheritance. Here they find themselves caught in a nightmare as an ancient evil awakens to claim a birthright of its own.
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LRM Online’s Gig Patta discussed with actress Barbara Cramton how she chooses her horror projects today and why Sacrifice is something different.
Although Barbara Crampton is well known in the horror cinema world, she made her screen debut in the daytime drama Days of Our Lives. In the soap opera world, she was known for playing Leanna Love on the television series The Young and the Restless for several years, in which she was nominated for Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Villainess in a Drama Series – Daytime in 1990. Also, she appeared in sci-fi films like Space Truckers and Trancers II to television series such as Spyder Games and Channel Zero: The Dream Door.
Sacrifice is now playing in select theaters today, On Demand on February 9th, and then available on Blu-ray on February 23.
Watch the exclusive interview below. Let us know what you think.
Source: LRM Online Exclusive, Dread, Epic Pictures