Consecration Parents Guide
Parents need to know that Consecration is an American supernatural, thriller, horror film coming under the direction of Christopher Smith best known for his work for Creep, Severance, Triangle, Black Death, and Detour. Smith and Laurie Cook pen the film.
Laurie Cook is also the film’s producer. Consecration is coming under the production banner of Bigscope Films alongside Xavier Marchand of Moonriver Content and Jason Newmark of Newscope Films.
Plot: What’s the story about?
After the suspicious death of her brother, a priest, Grace goes to the Mount Saviour Convent in Scotland to find out what really happened. Once there, she uncovers murder, sacrilege, and a disturbing truth about her own past. (IFSC Films)
Release Date: When and Where Can I watch Consecration?
The supernatural thriller film Consecration has its theatrical release on February 10, 2023, by IFC Midnight thereafter the film will be available on the Shudder streaming service. Shudder has the exclusive rights to Consecration‘s first streaming window.
Age Rating: Why Consecration Is Rated R?
MPAA (Motion Picture Rating): Rated R for bloody violent content and some language.
This means the film is restricted to be viewed by an audience below the age of 17. Any film that received MPAA rating R is not designed to be viewed by younger kids because of its mature content.
Consecration Parents Guide: Is Consecration OK for kids?
First of all, as per the MPA guidelines, the film is not ok for kids and should not be viewed by anyone below 17.
As Consecration is a supernatural horror film it contains a lot of violence and blood content that is not supposed to be ok for younger kids. Along with the violent content the film contains mature language.
This is based on a dark and mysterious theme and some of the scenes show injuries and bruises on someone’s face, someone has been seen cutting her wrist with blood and another one stabbing.
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Who is in the Csat of Consecration
Here is the list of Consecration Casts and Characters:
- Jena Malone
- Danny Huston as Father Romero
- Ian Pirie as Vincent
- Janet Suzman
- Steffan Cennydd as Michael
- Thoren Ferguson as DCI Harris
- Angela White as Nun
- Eilidh Fisher as Meg
- Victoria Donovan as Mother
- Charlotte Palmer
- David Boyle as Adoption Manager
- Alexandra Lewis as Sister Beth
- Jolade Obasola as Sister Matilda
- Kit Rakusen as Young Michael
- Michael Brophy
Trailer: Is there any trailer available?
Consecration Trailer Explained
Consecration follows Grace as she goes to the Mount Saviour Convent in Scotland to find out what was behind the suspicious death of her brother, a priest. She is initially helped by Father Romero, but she soon comes to distrust the account of the church as she uncovers murder, sacrilege, and a disturbing truth about her own shadowy past that brings long-buried trauma to the surface.
What Consecration is Rated?
Consecration is rated R.
Why Consecration is Rated R?
Consecration is rated R for bloody violent content and some language.
Can a 12 year old watch Consecration?
Consecration includes bloody violence and a dark theme so we believe that that it is not a good idea to bring a 12 year old to watch this film.
Ratings are designed for saying what kind of content is included in the movie or series to give parents a chance informed decisions on what they are allowing their children to watch.
The age rating is fixed by the MPAA ( Motion Picture Association of America Film rating system), BBFC (British Board of FilmClassification), and Commons sense, TV Parental Guidelines (A television content rating system in the United States).