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Tarot OTT release date in India: Here's when and where you can watch the supernatural horror flick on streaming

The supernatural horror movie Tarot is debuting on Netflix this August.

Tarot OTT release date in India: Here's when and where you can watch the supernatural horror flick on streaming
Tarot to stream on Netflix

Last Updated: 04.39 PM, Jul 09, 2024


Tarot, the 2024 supernatural horror flick, is all set for its Netflix premiere after being available to rent on Prime Video and ZEE5 (OTTplay Premium). The film will hit the OTT giant on August 3, 2024. Spenser Cohen and Anna Halberg, both making their feature film directing debuts, wrote and directed Tarot with Nicholas Adams as a co-writer. Adams' 1992 novel Horrorscope served as its inspiration. Jacob Batalon, Olwen Fouéré, Larsen Thompson, Avantika, Wolfgang Novogratz, Humberly González, Adain Bradley, and Harriet Slater are among the film's lead cast.

Tarot plot summary

In the film, using a peculiar Tarot card, a group of college students start to die horribly one by one; the only way to stop the killing is to figure out what the deck means before it's too late. No Tarot reading is complete without breaking the cardinal rule, and when a group of careless pals disregards this rule and uses someone else's deck, they unwittingly release the hideous evil that lurks within. As they encounter fate one by one, they find themselves in a desperate race against the clock to avoid the dire consequences predicted by their readings.


Tarot has made $48 million globally, despite reviewers' mostly scathing assessments.

Film's conclusion and future possibilities

Tarot's conclusion sees the release of The Astrologer and the apparent permanent destruction of the deck of cards. Although it doesn't necessarily indicate a sequel in the works, the film does lay the groundwork for a fair amount of backstory, albeit via exposition dumps. Tarot may feature a prequel that retraces the deck's origins or a previous use, potentially creating a captivating historical narrative akin to the 1960s Woodstock music festival.

The unfinished business with the Tarot and its characters leaves the door open to a sequel, even if it has nothing to do with the deck mentioned in Tarot. Since Haley, Grant, and Paxton made it through the film unscathed, they may be able to face a new version of the deck with the knowledge they gained from their previous encounter. Even if Tarot manages to make a profit off of its relatively small budget, a sequel seems improbable given its unflattering initial reviews.

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