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Plot: Held in a remote police station, a mysterious stranger takes over the minds and souls of everyone inside. Runtime: 92 min Release Date: 12 Jun 2015
this movie gave me chills. Let us prey did not shy away from deeper meanings and keeping you thinking about what this all meant but it also did not shy from gore. This movie had everything I loved all rolled up into 1 movie. The gore was wonderful and kept me cringing and my girlfriend kept turning her head away. The back stories to the different character and getting to understand their character in such a small amount of time was daring to say the least. While you had to actually think about the puzzle and why someone would do such a. Horrible thing all the puzzle pieces were there for the <more>
watcher to line up. The ending of the movie had me at the edge of my seat as I sat in awe as the final realization came to me and everything came together in a perfect present wrapped bow. I will be watching this movie over again on Netflix and trying to rate it higher then 5/5 if only I could.
One of my new favorite films (by greendragon-26254)
I'm not usually a horror fan, though that might actually count against it for some purists out there, and I didn't even know that there was a category for "Irish horror" until now. Normally horror films rely on dramatic cinematics, deliberate suspense, and supernatural foes that are just not believable. Here there was none of that- there were no "Oh God no, you aren't going to do that, are you?" really stupid moments, no purely unrealistic supernatural cinematics thrown in like confetti just to prevent boredom or to shock the viewer, and the gore- though at <more>
times excessive- had a point. More to the point, the acting was good, the characters and their interactions were interesting, and all in all it was a wonderful film. It was a perfect mix of elements making good use of a small cast and a set that wasn't a mansion, mental hospital, cue the usual trope. Frankly, as far as the good words I'd like to use to describe it, I'm having trouble finding the right ones because it was just that good. I hope that others out there enjoy this movie as much as I do.
How did I miss this movie earlier!?!?!?! SOOO GOOD!!!! (by absinthechinadoll)
I LOVE THIS MOVIE. I was scrolling through the channels looking for something to watch since Game of Thrones was officially done for the season, and I stumbled across this. It has Liam Cunningham from Game of Thrones - gotta LOVE Davros Seaworthy. But beyond just him, this movie was excellent. I'm a HUGE horror movie buff, the bloodier the better. This had SOME grossly bloody scenes in it, at least enough to make me happy, but overall, this is SUCH an excellent revenge, good vs. evil, supernatural movie with decent gore. I found the acting superb, and the atmosphere was delightfully dark <more>
depressing, and ominous. I don't think the movie had a huge budget, but they did FANTASTIC with what they had. The end was utterly and COMPLETELY satisfying. I would recommend this movie to ANY horror movie lover, or perhaps any revenge movie type lover.... Think "I Spit On Your Grave" but supernatural.
Excellent horror in the tradition of the western morality tale (by curt_doolittle)
Well developed characters, good casting, articulate script, well acted, well directed - particularly the flashbacks which are too often a weak point, and produced adequately if cost effectively, provide us with an unexpected gem, and one of the best in the genre in the past five years. Little things matter. Loved the barbed wire work throughout. The director does not overindulge the characters or the actors. And conversely, he still retains sufficient bloodiness to invoke our primitive emotions and symbolism without trying to shock us with something new - the story is the story after all, and <more>
it's a character's journey. And he respects us along the way.One of the things that struck me repeatedly, was the difference between the British and American acting schools, and just how much better suited the British technique is for presenting the internal moral conflict necessary for good horror. Thought still exists in such characters, where Americans favor the senselessness of the raw nerve. As if honest acting somehow prohibits rational moral conflict, and self reflection.The director proves it's still possible to still produce a moral movie, a moral horror movie, in the western tradition of our pagan fairy tales and Christian horror tales. It's just not in possible to do in Hollywood, where our pagan and Christian morality is actively suppressed both by intent, and non-verbal consensus in the culture of the place. Prey is how it is done. Without novelty of effects and gimmicks that can be put into trailers, it may be harder to sell to distributors and studios. But it's a nearly flawless addition to our visual libraries. I hope we see a series of movies with the same character development, with the same basic effects, under the same narrative, hopefully by the same producers. They're profitable. We want them. We can't get enough of them. So yes. More please. And thank you.
Just make sure you watch this one. It will stay with you! (by shfoxy)
This film would be worth seeing just for the opening - no words for a while just brilliant photography and electronic mood music but that's only the beginning. The high quality acting and attention keeping building of the story makes this film as acceptable in the mainstream cinema as it is in the horror genre.Unbelievable on this budget.How did they do it.The cast all give totally convincing performances and Liam Cunningham is just so in control.This film got an extended round of applause at the viewing which I attended and it richly deserved it though I cannot remember the last time I <more>
saw that at a cinema rather than at a theatre Odds on a sequel to this one.
Really enjoyable if slightly flawed effort (by kannibalcorpsegrinder)
Arriving at a new police station, a rookie officer tending to a series of rowdy prisoners finds that the mysterious stranger who's just arrived at the station is somehow turning the officers against each other with their worst fears and tries to help them before it's too late.This one here was quite the chilling and highly intriguing effort. What really tends to work for this one is the fact that it really manages to work in quite a rather intriguing atmosphere here with the way it works in the Biblical annotations into the main storyline. Despite the constant quotations that let on <more>
far more than what they're truly about, this makes for a rather intriguing set-up that ties the religious quotations into the reasoning for why he shows up here to go after them, which comes from this strong set-up here with how the tormenting carries out. Going for the psychological mind-warp that attacks their psyche that really brings everyone out of their element due to suddenly being forced upon their long-held secrets and really brings out the action in the final half where they really go overboard with the action in that setting. With the fantastic brawling and beating that occurs here as nearly everyone turns on each other forcing this into plenty of rough fighting, brutal tortures inflicted upon others and tons of stalking scenes throughout here with the big chasing by the deranged corrupted officer, the gunplay is quite fun and the whole setting taking place in the burning inferno of the station makes for a wholly enjoyable and over-the-top finish which is quite the big plus into film's positives. As well as the strong beginning tempo with the big convergences in them getting to the station and the great blood and gore, these here are more than enough to hold it up over the few minor negatives here. The main issue here is the fact that it takes so long to get it going that it's really hard to get into it due to that relaxed pacing. There's little here other than just going through the motions of him playing mind-games rather than anything else and it has rather lame tactics doing that which is quite troubling as it follows through on just nothing of any interest here due to not having any kind of importance attached to these scenes at that point in time yet is given a grand importance to them. This makes for a troubling time during the beginning in this section, and it's all that's really wrong here.Rated R: Extreme Graphic Language, Graphic Violence and themes of child molestation.
When director Brian O'Malley introduced his new film, Let Us Prey, via a prerecording in front of the Toronto After Dark Film Festival he informed us that his intention was to make a timeless horror classic. To accomplish this, he set on out to deliver a film that could not be dated watching Let Us Prey ten years from now and there is nothing in the fashion, look or feel of the film that would immediately reference 2014 and that had a synthesizer styled score reminiscent of the great John Carpenter films of the 1970's and 80's. Check and check.Let Us Prey stars Liam Cunningham <more>
Game of Thrones as Six, a mysterious drifter who is hit by a vehicle driven by Caesar Brian Vernel on a quiet town road. Casear is immediately taken into custody by first-day-on-the-job Constable Rachel Heggie Pollyanna McIntosh , but Cunningham's Six character cryptically disappears. It is while at the police station we are introduced to the remainder of the cast which includes a Sargent, two Constables that are lustfully engaged, a wife beating prisoner and a doctor who is called to assist when Six suddenly appears at the front door of the station.The veteran Constables and Sargent do not immediately warm up to the by-the-book newbie in Rachel, but their personal feelings towards her routine are quickly swept to the side once Six begins to instigate mayhem in the prison taking over the minds and souls of all those with a dark past to hide. And this is when the fun really starts.Each character shows a history of violence in their backstories from the simple hit and run to the extreme mass murderer and when a prior transgression is revealed, Six is there to ensure their life pays for their wrongdoing.With a backdrop of a fantastic musical score as promised there are fights, shootings, beatings, murders and attempted murders as things at the station escalate quickly and deadly for all those involved.Cunningham is a standout and plays the mysterious Six with devilish glee. The film hinges on Cunningham's character and the well-trained thespian delivers the goods with a Clint Eastwood cool. Pollyanna McIntosh is equal to the task as the freshman fish-out-of-water new Constable. She is equally beautiful and tough and McIntosh walks this line with the ease of a veteran.The story goes a bit off the rails towards the end as some of the character's revealed background stories and subsequent actions are a bit 'out there'. But it is a means to an end to heighten the violence and give the audience the good time expected from the action/horror intention.Let Us Prey was a surprise delight and the perfect way to begin winding down the Toronto After Dark Film Festival. It was violent and fun and the ending opened the door to a multitude of possibilities and, hopefully, sequels.www.killerreviews.com
Well worth the watch if you enjoy the genre- may contain a spoiler (by melissamariehenderson)
Not that I see a lot of Irish horror movies- but this was the best i've seen so far. I'd say it was the best I've seen in this genre in a few months for sure. Less horror, more on the gore factor. I agree that Liam Cunningham is a great straight faced actor- Sir Davos was awesome, lol. Pollyana McIntosh was okay- was WAY better in 'The Woman' which I really liked . Some of the other actors were just 'okay'. The Sergeant was good- there's one scene where he returns to the station everyone will enjoy! The script was pretty original. I would have liked a little <more>
more to the ending- maybe a bit of a flash forward with the main female character. All in all, a solid movie for the genre- 8.5/10 for me. A must watch for horror fans. I was definitely pleasantly surprised.Finally have time to write a little bit better review of the movie. Not that I see a lot of Irish horror movies- but this was the best i've seen so far. I'd say it was the best i've seen in this genre in a few months for sure. Less horror, more on the gore factor. Liam Cunningham is a great straight faced actor- Sir Davos was awesome, lol. Pollyana McIntosh was okay- was WAY better in 'The Woman' which I really liked . Some of the other actors were just 'okay'. The Sergeant was good- there's one scene where he returns to the station everyone will enjoy! The script was pretty original but predictable. I would have liked a little more to the ending- maybe a bit of a flash forward with the main female character. All in all, a solid movie for the genre- 8.5/10 for me. A must watch for horror fans. I was definitely pleasantly surprised.
Well this is a first , a horror film set in Scotland that is actually brilliant , I doubt Scotland will ever manage another so this is prob a first and last for them , ha. OK it's got that guy out of game of thrones as the bad guy , he's great , the other actors are all good as well, not seen them before. Film all centres around a police station , er someone may of taken some inspiration from precinct 13 here ! The title music was very carpenter as well. I'm impressed by this film and would recommend it , it was different and someone put the time into the script and story thank <more>
god .... It came of as a nice piece of horror , never can tell if something like this will do well , doubt it will big in the cinema , but if your a home viewer who likes horror this is a seriously good piece of work. Kept my solid attention all the way and I watch a lot of horror inc the crap American stuff , not often we get a good one in the UK , I gave it 8 , was gonna be 9 but I'm gonna stick with 8 cause that's just how I roll !!! Whoooop