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“Darkness Will Rise”
let us chase is a 2014 British-Irish horror film directed by Brian O’Malley from a screenplay written by Fiona Watson and David Cairns. The synth soundtrack was composed by Steve Lynch.

The film stars Liam Cunningham, Pollyanna McIntosh (blood lands; Wife) and Bryan Larkin.

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Rachel, a rookie cop, is about to start her first night shift at a neglected police station in a remote town in Scotland. The kind of place where the tide has receded and washed a motley group of the aimless, the forgotten, the bitter and the twisted who all think they really deserve to be somewhere else.

They all think they are at the police station by accident and hopefully life will get better. False, on both counts. Six is ​​about to arrive – and all hell is going to break loose!

Comments:
“A few bloody scenes might shock some viewers. But, violence and chaos are useless, if there is no underlying and intentional reason. In addition, all the characters are amoral and difficult to understand. They all have their just desserts. Analysis 28 days later

“Well-developed characters, a good cast, an articulate, well-acted, well-directed storyline – especially the flashbacks which are too often a weak point, and adequately produced if cost-effectively, provide us with an unexpected gem, and one of the best in the genre over the past five years. Curt Doolittle

“Credit goes to cinematographer Piers McGrail whose lavish visuals add to the tension and creeping sense of dread and are reminiscent of the French slasher film Switchblade romance. There’s plenty of gore to satisfy horror fiends, but enough intrigue and laughs to appeal to a wider audience as well. eye for the movie

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let us chase is a film worth checking out. This is an action thriller with a twist of horror that will appeal to most audiences and while the final scenes may not satisfy everyone, what happened before will forgive this fake. not maybe minor. Asylum of Horror

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“…presents a lot for horror fans to love: an interesting idea that builds on very solid performances and expertly maintained atmosphere and tension, with enough violence and gore to keep things going. interesting without being excessive.” PopOptiq

” …director Brian O’Malley starts off on the right foot with a tense story and above all a whimsical and precise staging that remains effective until the very end. Alas, the film is let down by a concept that feels underdeveloped and motivations that seem little more than practical machinations to trigger shocks and thrills. Screen anarchy

“O’Malley has established himself as a talent to watch. A perfect balance between suspense, violence, humor, story and action, let us chase feels both classic and modern; horror as it was always meant to be made. You won’t be disappointed.” Starburst

“O’Malley clearly has an eye and a visual flair that should serve him well in future projects better suited to his style of director. The problem is the honker of a script that has characters spouting explanatory and pseudo-religious nonsense, with attempted one-liners knocking on the ears as comfortably as someone banging pots and pans right next to you. Thoughts on cinema

“Unfortunately let us chase was a real disappointment, it was disjointed, the script lacked direction, and the story became more laughable and predictable as the film progressed. I love religion in my horror but it just wasn’t for me at all. Liam Cunningham smolders, Pollyanna McIntosh kicks ass and I sat tapping my foot waiting for the end credits. British horror scene

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Cast and characters:
Liam Cunningham… 6
Pollyanna McIntosh… PC. Rachel Hegie
Bryan Larkin…PC. Jack Warnock
Hanna Stanbridge…PC. Jennifer Mundi
Douglas Russell … Sgt. MacReady
Niall Greig Fulton … Doctor Duncan Hume
Jonathan Watson … Ralph Beswick
Brian Vernel … Cesar Sargison
James McCreadie … Mulvey
Sophie Stephanie Farmer … Young Rachel
Andrew Parker … young man
Holly Beattie … victim of a car accident
Katie Gilbourne … Mrs. Hume
Max McCarthy … Doctor Hume’s son
Ellen Keaveney … Doctor Hume’s daughter

Filming locations :
County Galway, Ireland
High Street, Slamannan, Falkirk, FK1 3EX, Scotland (cafe)
Kilsyth, Glasgow, Scotland

Technical details:
1 hour 32 minutes
Aspect ratio: 2.35:1

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