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Brian O'Malley (III)


Brian O'Malley is a Director known for the gothic horror movies 'Let Us Prey' and 'The Lodgers'. 'Let Us Prey', starring Liam Cunningham, won the Méliès d'Argent for Best European Fantastic Feature Film at its world premiere at the Belgium International Fantastic Film Festival in 2014. His 2nd feature film 'The Lodgers', an elegantly gothic ghost ... See full bio »

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The Lodgers Director
(2017)
Let Us Prey Director
(2014)
Crossing Salween Director
(2010)
Screwback Director
(2004)

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 2017 The Lodgers (directed by)
 2014 Let Us Prey
 2010 Crossing Salween (Short)
 2004 Screwback (Short)
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 2014 Let Us Prey (additional screenwriting)
 2010 Crossing Salween (Short) (screenplay)
 2004 Screwback (Short)
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 2014 Patrick's Day (thanks)
 2011 Charlie Casanova (very special thanks)
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His eldest son is named Jack 'Django', after the 1966 Spaghetti Western 'Django'. His youngest son is name Max after 'Mad Max'. See more »

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