Tarot now available on digital with fun new extras like outtakes and more

Watch the terrifying PG-13 thrill ride at home today.
Larsen Thompson as Elise in Screen Gems TAROT - Cr: Slobodan Pikula
Larsen Thompson as Elise in Screen Gems TAROT - Cr: Slobodan Pikula /

One of this year's highest-grossing horror films so far, Tarot, has landed on digital, so you can play the game and "seal your fate" at home right now.

For those unfamiliar with the latest Screen Gems title, Tarot follows a group of friends who stumble upon an old deck of Tarot cards. One of them performs readings for the others, unaware that they're violating one of the oldest rules in the book, which is never to use someone else's deck. During their readings, they unknowingly unleash an ancient evil contained within the cards that slowly starts killing each of them off one by one in ways preordained by their readings.

If you're a fan of extras, you'll be pleased to know that the digital copy of the film includes several extras!

  • A Twist of Fate: Making the Film 
  • Circle of Friends
  • Killer Outtakes

You'll be able to get a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the movie and learn more about the characters themselves with the "Circle of Friends" featurette. Plus, who doesn't love a good outtake reel?

Right now, Tarot is available in UHD format for $14.99 on Prime Video, Apple, Google Play, and other digital retailers. You can also rent the movie for $9.99.

Since Tarot is a Sony film, it will eventually be available to stream on Netflix, too, likely later this year. The movie will be released physically on DVD and Blu-ray on July 9. You can pre-order your copy now on Amazon.

Tarot was written and directed by Spenser Cohen and Anna Halberg and stars Harriet Slater, Adain Bradley, Avantika, Wolfgang Novogratz, Humberly González, Larsen Thompson, and Jacob Batalon. The film received a PG-13 rating for horror violence, terror, bloody images, some strong language, and drug content.

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