Deep in the woods, it's hard to really say what's whispering in the night. Ask Grandma, though, and she'll tell you it's Satora protective dark force among the trees, a satanic presence, a ritualistic killer who's haunted their family for generations. A young man ventures back to the forest in an attempt to rebuild a relationship with his brother who's been hibernating in seclusion after traumatic events led to the disappearance of their mother years past. A disturbing mediation on family bonds and mental illness, Sator is an impressive cinematic feat by filmmaker Jordan Graham.
- " Acting as writer, director, cinematographer editor, and composer, Graham has made a deeply personal and thoughtfully conceived movie that fictionalizes his family's struggles with mental illness into an unusual horror narrative. " – Anita Katz
- " Sator is as much an experience in the art of film making itself as it is a horror story. " – C.H. Newell
- " As scary as it is, Sator is an experience with enough layers and craftsmanship that its alluring call will rattle in your head long after you've turned it off. " – Jacob Oller