Tubi touts popular “crime-driven horror film” Sebastian

Sebastian - Courtesy The Write Way
Sebastian - Courtesy The Write Way /

Horror fans looking for something new to watch on Tubi can now stream Sebastian, which is described as a “crime-driven horror film.”

In the new film:

"“Sebastian (Luca Della Valle), a reincarnated Christian martyr who is reborn every 60 years, goes on a pursuit to win the love of Irene (Jamie Bernadette), eliminating anyone who gets in his way.”"

Sebastian stars Jamie Bernadette (who appeared in I Spit on Your Grave: Déjà vu), Torrei Hart, Darius McCrary, Luca Della Valle, Cocoa Brown, Clifton Powell, Jermaine Hopkins Tracey Graves, Jayson Warner Smith (The Walking Dead), Michael Emery and Jermel Howard.

The film’s producer, Jan O’Connell (I Spit on Your Grave: Déjà vu) has compared Sebastian to 1995’s Se7en. I would take that to mean that it’s pretty violent and very dark. Take a look at the trailer below and see if you agree.

Sebastian – courtesy The Write Way /

Sebastian is already a popular film on Tubi

Though it only recently became available on Tubi, Sebastian is already one of the streamers’ most-watched films, and has many positive reviews. It tells the story of an early Christian saint named Sebastian, who was killed by his enemies.

Since his death, hundreds of women named Irene have been murdered around the world, and the legend is that Sebastian has been around for centuries, living his life as a normal guy named Augustus. Fueled by the need for revenge, he is reborn every 60 years.

In current times, his newest Irene is initially charmed by Sebastian, but soon learns that his frequent aggression is not something he is just going to get over.

If you love horror and thrillers, but aren’t familiar with Tubi, it’s time to remedy that. Tubi is absolutely free (and ad supported), and offers tons of films of every possible genre. Yes, you heard me right, I said FREE. Visit their website to find out more…you’ll be glad you did.

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