Supernatural Horror Anthology Feature ‘The Red Book Ritual’ Trailer
“May I enter your game?” Black Mandala has unveiled the first trailer for their latest genre project, a horror anthology film titled The Red Book Ritual. There’s no official release set, but it’s expect to arrive later this year. Three friends decide to play “The Red Book” game. What they don’t know is that in the house evil is waiting to be released. A long time ago a witch died as part of a satanic ritual. Every question they ask, they get closer and closer to her. The film is inspired by an actual paranormal game from Mexico, similar to the ouija board, allowing players to connect to spirits. “But what if your host is an evil entity with a thirst for blood?” This anthology film features numerous short segments made by international directors plus a wrap-around story. The cast includes Bruno Giacobbe, Agustín Olcese, Marlene Pedersen Chauviere, and Valeria San Martín. This has some creepy moments in the trailer, I hope the rest of the stories are good.
Here’s the first trailer (+ poster) for Black Mandala’s anthology The Red Book Ritual, from YouTube:
Three friends decide to play The Red Book game. What they don’t know is that in the house evil is waiting to be released. A long time ago a witch died as part of a satanic ritual. Every question they ask, they get closer and closer to her. The Red Book is a paranormal game from Mexico, through this game you can connect with spirits. It is similar to the ouija board. To play this game you will need an old book with a red cover, without a picture on the cover. The lights should be off and the room lit only with red candles. The question to start the ritual is; “Red book, Can I join your game?” The book will reveal the answers to all your questions… but what if your host is an evil entity with a thirst for blood? The Red Book Ritual is a horror anthology with segments directed by Ariel Luque, Dean Puckett, Chris Beyrooty, Dean Law, Daniel J. Phillips, and Jiwon Moon. The screenplays are by Argentinean filmmaker Ariel Luque. Made by New Zealand’s Black Mandala; produced by Martín Gerding, Michael Kraetzer, and Nicolás Onetti. This hasn’t premiered at any fests or elsewhere yet. It’s expected to release sometime later in 2022 – stay tuned.