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Irish horror ‘Let Us Prey’ hits number two on Top Horror Movies chart on U.S iTunes
29 May 2015 : Seán Brosnan
Horror starring Liam Cunningham (above) will hit Irish cinemas on June 12
Irish horror ‘Let Us Prey’ has built momentum ahead of its’ Irish/UK release by hitting number two on the Top Horror Movies chart on US iTunes.

‘Let Us Prey’ is the debut feature film of director Brian O’Malley and is currently ahead of big-budget horror film ‘Poltergeist’ in the charts, with the remake of the 1980’s classic of the same name sitting in number four.

O’Malley’s film stars Liam Cunningham as an enigmatic stranger who is detained overnight in a small town police station. His dark influence takes over the minds of the inmates and officers around him, with only one person (Pollyanna McIntosh) able to resist him.

IFTA-nominated cinematographer Piers McGrail (‘Glassland’) shot the film while Steve Lynch (‘Saving The Titanic’) composed the music and Tony Kearns (‘Citadel’) edited.

The horror film previously won the Le Méliès d'Argent for Best European Fantastic Film at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival. It also won the Audience Award at the Festival de Cine de Terror de Molins de Rei in Barcelona, Spain and received positive reviews following its screening at the Montreal Film Festival, where it sold out its North American premiere.

‘Let Us Prey’ is being distributed by MPI Media Group in Canada, the UK and the USA. The film has also been sold to Germany, Benelux, the Middle East and Hong Kong.

The film is a Scottish-Irish co-production between Fantastic Films, Greenhouse Media Investment in association with Mr. Significant Film, the Irish Film Board, and Makar Productions. Eddie Dick, Brendan McCarthy, and John McDonnell are producers.



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