Credits

Let Us Prey – Opening Sequence from Brian O’Malley on Vimeo.

Director Brian O’Malley has posted the opening sequence of LET US PREY on Vimeo, so you can get a sneak preview of his jet-black nastipiece. Fiona reports getting chills every time she sees this bit — nothing to do with us being writers on the film, or not much, it’s the thrill of the filmmaking and the Carpenteresque yet lush score by Steve Lynch.

 

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14 Responses to “Credits”

  1. I really like these credits. And yes, the Carpenteresque score.

  2. Piers Graill’s photography, also! Grand stuff.

  3. Fiona W Says:

    Don’t forget Tony Kearns. Amazing editing job.

  4. Nicely atmospheric.

  5. And, in what I can not believe is mere coincidence, Netflix moved “Let Us Prey” from the ‘saved’ section to the queue proper just hours ago!

  6. Well, if it’s more than a coincidence, it must be spooky action at a distance because this is the first I’ve heard of it!

  7. It says “available 7/14/15.” Still no sign of “Natan,” tho. Whenever I type that into the search engine, Netflix gently suggests I must mean “National Lampoon’s Vacation” or “Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation.”

  8. Natan is waiting for us to buy the US rights to the clips, which must wait for us to conclude the European sale so we have some money to do so.

  9. Fine. “National Lampoon’s Vacation” it is, then.

  10. Excellent! I’m not sure what gives me the shivers more; the atmospheric portents, the wonderful doom-laden score or the fact that it reminds me of Ayrshire.

  11. I *think* the coastal stuff is Ireland and the town stuff is Scotland, up a bit from here, but I’m not 100%.

  12. As good a substitute as any.

  13. Yay, got to watch this tonight – and legally, since it’s out on Netflix streaming in the U.S. A shame it never hit theaters here in the middle of the country. Some lovely mayhem, terrifically shot and with a great ending. Congrats to all involved.

  14. Ha! We fought against that ending so hard. But Brian sells all that stuff really well visually. And his effects team did a great job with the black goop from Hell…

    Glad you enjoyed it. Ninety per cent of the mayhem was in the original script…

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