Let Us Prey


Action / Horror / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 83%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 43%
IMDb Rating 5.8 10 8663

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March 25, 2015 at 03:17 PM



Pollyanna McIntosh as PC. Rachel Heggie
Brian Vernel as Caesar Sargison
Hanna Stanbridge as PC. Jennifer Mundie
720p.BLU 1080p.BLU
752.00 MB
English 2.0
24.000 fps
1 hr 32 min
P/S 5 / 10
1.44 GB
English 2.0
24.000 fps
1 hr 32 min
P/S 3 / 8

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Spikeopath 7 / 10

The number of the beast?

An apparent victim of a hit and run, a mysterious stranger is held at a remote police station and starts to take over the emotional state of staff and inmates alike.

It's not a new premise, something which is being held against Brian O'Malley's film like it's a crime, but the execution, the technical guile, and atmospheric touches brought to the piece, mark this out as a horror film of some merit. Boosted by having the great Liam Cunningham in the lead role, it's a film that shocks and awes with each passing chapter. It revels in the bloody aspects that unfold, positioning the vile nature that some human's are prone to right at the forefront, and with bloody impact.

Piers McGrail's cinematography is superb, the bold and beautiful shine of the blues and golden browns mingle disconcertingly with the down and dirty feel of the police cells, the latter of which appropriately marry up with the characters on show. Steve Lynch's score is a treat, a real nerve bothering piece of work, gnawing away at the senses in the same way that Cunningham's character tugs away at the emotional conditions of his prey. It's a film of many pleasures for the so inclined, it does get away from itself a little at the end, asking a little too much of the viewer, but it doesn't kill the pic and this is very much a horror necklace worth wearing on a night out. 7/10

Reviewed by firefly-31998 10 / 10

Let us Prey

An absolute gem of a movie. The cast were brilliant. The shocks were enough to make me go YUK. Six was so scary. He just needed to look at someone and you knew they were next. The ending was not what I expected and I loved it. If you love horror with a twist then you have to watch this movie.

Reviewed by James Purcell 4 / 10

Cringe worthy lines from start to finish

Incredibly bad. I haven't looked at the other reviews yet, although I'm sure there are paid reviews from friends of the cast and crew sprinkled among them, as seems to be a common thing on IMDb. I watched this movie based on a recommendation included in another review for "Last Shift" (one of the best horrors I've seen lately). Let Us Prey is so bad that I immediately went back to this review and clicked on the author's name because I figured they had to be a fake account. It turns out there's no substitute for good taste.

Why is this movie bad? From beginning to end, everything is just lacking in effort. Everything is overacted, everything is ridiculous, none of the character's actions make any sense, the one bit of cgi looks like something from "sliders" (the 90's TV show). It's just consistently awful, always, in every seen. Constant cringe worthy lines. I was tricked by a review.

From now on when I receive advice on what constitutes a good movie, I'm going to click on the author's name and see what other movies they consider "good." There is no substitute for good taste. This movie was terrible and cringe worthy, from start to finish.

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