With years of speculation about suicides on the party island Ibiza, and rumors about the drug Devil’s Tongue, which is said to take control of its victim’s mind, leaving them paralyzed to the white powder, Writer and Director, Mungo Benson brings you SACRACIDE, a horror film that explores these events and the myths behind the ritual cults that made Ibiza their home back in the 90’s and present days.
SACRACIDE is a psychological horror that takes the genre back to its essence and roots in the old-school manner. Stripped back to the independent filmmaking rawness that oozes cult horror storyline and production, it focuses on Lucy, a yearlong Ibiza veteran who feels that she has seen it all, as she is snared into the net of a fading cult, which has been taken over by a disenchanted genius who has been lost to the dark arts. Drawn in by a kindred lost soul Romain, she entails on a Bonnie and Clyde whirlwind romance where they ride through the beautiful hills on his decrepit moped while he pillages the pockets of the rich and an unfortunate garage owner who is unwittingly held up with a water pistol. Sparks fly as they tear their way into the unknown. Little does she know that she is being ‘sacrificed’ to clear Romain’s name.
After securing a portion of the budget, the team have launched a crowdfunding campaign on Phundee.
The business and filmmaking philosophy of Kamrakasi Films is to produce genre films with an established cast known in the Independent Film market on a streamline budget – the safest model for film investment. SACRACIDE script has been designed in this way, to keep production costs low and production value high, to minimize risk and maximize revenue. With the right relationships, negotiation skills and planning, Kamrakasi Films will produce a micro-budget film with the production value of a £10,000,000 studio film.