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Let Us Prey

Rachel, a rookie cop, is about to start her first night shift at the police station in a quiet town. An enigmatic stranger is detained in one of the cells. From his confinement, the charismatic recluse will begin to mold the minds of his fellow inmates and even that of police officers. Influence them so that they can abandon themselves to the evil that is latent in their inner demons exploding in a night full of blood and chaos. Only Rachel is able to resist him ... Can she survive?

Brian O'Malley
Pollyanna McIntosh, Liam Cunningham, Bryan Larkin, Hanna Stanbridge, Jonathan Watson, Niall Greig Fulton, Douglas Russell, James McCreadie, Brian Vernel, Sophie Stephanie Farmer
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Brian O'Malley

He directed 4 episodes of 'That Dirty Black Bag', an upcoming Spaghetti Western TV series shot in Italy, Spain and Morocco in 2020/2021. The 8 part series, created by Mauro Aragoni, stars Douglas Booth, Dominic Cooper, Niv Sultan, Guido Caprino, Rose Williams, Christian Cooke, Paterson Joseph, Zoe Boyle, Ivan Shaw, Eugene Brave Rock, Daniel Caltagirone, Anna Chancellor, Aidan Gillen and Travis Fimmel. He is also known for the gothic horror movies 'Let Us Prey' and 'The Lodgers'. 'Let Us Prey', starring Liam Cunningham, won the Méliès d'Argent for Best European Fantastic Feature Film at its world premiere at the Belgium International Fantastic Film Festival in 2014. His 2nd feature film 'The Lodgers', an elegantly gothic ghost story set in rural Ireland in 1920, premiered at TIFF 2017 and was released theatrically February 23rd 2018. He wrote and Directed the short films 'Crossing Salween' (2010) and 'Screwback' (2005). In 2005 he won the Hartley Merrill Screenwriting award for his feature films script 'SISK', co-written with Terry McMahon and Mark O'Rowe. Brian studied Fine Art, specializing in Sculpture, before moving into music video and short film direction. He began Directing TV commercials in 2001 before moving into Drama.


The Lodgers (2017) Let Us Prey (2014)


ScreenwriterDavid Cairns, Fiona Watson
ProductionEddie Dick, Brendan McCarthy, John McDonnell
MusicSteve Lynch
EditionTony Kearns