This very much reminded me of the British crime series Silent Witness.Had the same feel to it. Also had a slightly "Wicker Man" feel to it.The characters were strong and though the story was a little farfetched it remained believable and convincing. It isn't a cinemaquality film and certainly doesn't have special effects or big budgetaction scenes but the acting is good and the sense of malevolence andmystery compelling. It is worth watching and it kept my interestthroughout. I liked the twists and turns, the scenery was beautiful andwild and created a dramatic backdrop to the story. I felt it was a pitythis wasn't a pilot episode of a series as I would have carried onwatching!
Sacrifice (2016) 1080p YIFY Movie
Sacrifice (2016) 1080p
Sacrifice is the story of consultant surgeon, Tora Hamilton, who moves with her husband, Duncan, to the remote Shetland Islands, 100 miles off the north-east coast of Scotland. Deep in the ...
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- Genre: Thriller |
- Quality: 1080p
- Size: 1.39G
- Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 91
- IMDB Rating: 5.2/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 3 / 20
The Synopsis for Sacrifice (2016) 1080p
Sacrifice is the story of consultant surgeon, Tora Hamilton, who moves with her husband, Duncan, to the remote Shetland Islands, 100 miles off the north-east coast of Scotland. Deep in the peat soil around her new home, Tora discovers the body of a young woman with rune marks carved into her skin and a gaping hole where her heart once beat. Ignoring warnings to leave well alone, Tora uncovers terrifying links to a legend that might never have been confined to the pages of the story-books.
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The Reviews for Sacrifice (2016) 1080p
Reviewed bybeccabentleyVote: 8/10/10
Unable to conceive, Dr. Tora Hamilton (Radha Mitchell) moves from theU.S. to the Shetland Isles where she and her husband intend to adopt achild. What Tora doesn't realise is that any character in a horrormovie who visits a remote Scottish island where the locals are a bitshifty is destined to fall foul of a pagan cult still practisingancient rituals.
Part The Wicker Man (obvs), part Silent Witness, this mediocrehorror/thriller never surprises, from Tora's fraught with dangerinvestigation of the corpse she unearths while burying a horse (it'sokay it's dead!), right down to the cliff-top finale that sees themain bad guy giving our heroine more than one chance to do him in(which she does). Everything plays out exactly as one would expect.
Had writer/director Peter A. Dowling pushed the envelope a bitmoretaken a few more risksthis could have been a far more effectiveflick; as it stands, it feels a bit like a made-for-TVmovie-of-the-week.
Based on the book of the name name tells the story of Tora, an Americansurgeon who moved to a remote island in Scotland with his husband for anew beginning after the miscarriage. Following the life in the newplace, she discovers some secrets that are hidden for very long. Herattempt to expose it was foiled, and put her life in a threat. Fromthere where it goes is what leads to a twist and the conclusion.
This is the same old formula for most of the thrillers. The story, itscharacters and the locations were fresh, but you would know how it alldevelops and ends. Still a very decent film with a fine pace of thenarration. I think some of the coastal scenes were from the same placewhere 'Sing Street' were shot. But that was an Ireland film and this isScotland, so I'm confused whether it was Scot or Ire.
Radha Mitchell was okay, and the rest of the cast did not get enoughscope for their roles. The direction and the production was not badeither. Except for the familiar theme, it can be watched for once. Butnot suggest to go for it after watching a good thriller.