Cathedrals will fall, the river will run red... and THE BIRD will be SLAUGHTERED!

Opus Dei: A new independent Horror/Neo-Noir feature

Entering a remote rural town in 1960s Britain, emotionally fractured detective Mason Tucker hunts for answers behind the death of his wife Eileen, as her mysterious letter sends him down a path of danger and conspiracy.

Challenging his morals, his beliefs and his sanity, Mason must uncover the darkness of the seemingly peaceful town and its inhabitants at any cost.

Opus Dei — an imaginative expansion upon the seed of the original acclaimed short film (read our review HERE) — will combine elements of classic British horror, the revenge-thriller genre and film-noir to create a unique and powerful experience to hit screens in 2018.

Suspiric Noir will utilise a nurtured in-house team for this ambitious independent production as well as both rising stars of the indie scene and veterans of the genre.

They’re also a lovely gang of lads!

The project is crowd-funding HERE!

George Nadjzien

Ben Caswell
Tom Driver
Harriet Rees
Giovanni Lombardo Radice

Klayton Dean

Twitter: @OpusDeiFilm
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