Is the 2022 movie streaming?

There are some things in life that you just can’t get enough of. If you love all things scary, horror movies have to be one of them.

So far, 2022 has delivered a satisfying selection of efforts from Chainsaw Massacre on the return of Jordan Peele with Nope.

Still, there’s a lot more to look forward to, and one of the hotly anticipated latest efforts to hit screens is The Invitation.

Originally titled The Bride, the supernatural horror is directed by Jessica M. Thompson and is inspired by Bram Stoker’s Dracula.

Although Sam Raimi and Robert Tapert are out, the project has come to fruition and he’s finally here to enjoy it.

The Invitation trailer | Sony Pictures Entertainment YouTube

Where to watch The Invitation

The Invitational is screening exclusively in theaters starting Thursday, August 25, 2022, and you can check tickets and showtimes near you through Fandango.

It comes out in the UK a day later.

There’s no streaming release date yet, but we expect it to be available to rent on Amazon Video in October 2022. Still, the big screen is the place to be if you want to catch it when it’s released. initial.

As for what to expect, the film follows Evie who takes a DNA test after the death of her mother to discover that she has a long-lost cousin. Having no other known relatives, she jumps at the chance to meet a member of her family and offers them a wedding invitation.

Arriving in the English countryside, she takes a liking to the host but soon finds herself digging up family secrets that threaten her life.

Who is in the cast of The Invitation?

You can check out the central cast and their respective roles below:

  • Nathalie Emmanuel as Evie
  • Thomas Doherty as Walter
  • Stephanie Corneliussen as Viktoria
  • Alana Boden as Lucy
  • Courtney Taylor as Grace
  • Hugh Skinner as Oliver
  • Sean Pertwee as Mr. Fields

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“We didn’t see that”

The film’s director recently opened up to Bloody Disgusting about what led her to adapt Blair Butler’s screenplay:

“That was for me, the origin story of Dracula’s Bride. That’s what grabbed me because we didn’t see that. We’ve done Dracula so many times; let’s do the brides. There are new stories that we want to see and want to know… It’s more of a point of inspiration than trying to stay true to the book or tell it.

She added, “We have some of the characters and some of the character names popping up, and I think those are nice little Easter eggs for the real Dracula fans. But I hope people are open-minded when they come in because we’ve put a modern spin on these characters.

The Invitation is in theaters now.

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