This September, Hunt Down ‘Prey’ In Theaters And On VOD

September 8, 2019

Written by Kelli Marchman McNeely

Kelli Marchman McNeely - Horror Fuel CEO & Executive Producer Email: [email protected]



Director Franck Khalfoun‘s (Amityville: The Awakening) Prey is set to debut in theaters and on VOD this September from Hyde Park Entertainment, ImageNation, and Blumhouse.


This terrifying thriller stars Logan Miller (Escape Room, “The Walking Dead”) and Kristine Froseth (Apostle) as two young strangers forced to run and fight for their lives against a mysterious and deadly force lurking deep in the jungle.


Prey’s ensemble cast also includes Jolene Anderson (“Harrow”), Jerrica Lai ( Crazy Rich Asians), Phodisdo Dintwe (“The Cul De Sac”), Anthony Jensen (Nazi Overlord, The Gallows Act II), and Jody Mortara (“Blood Relatives”). And was written by David Coggeshall and Franck Khalfoun.


This horror-thriller follows Toby Burns (Logan Miller), “a millennial coldly floating through life and disconnected from his family. After his father is tragically killed in a carjacking, Toby is left stricken with guilt. He is begrudgingly enrolled in a “Lost and Found” program, in which he will spend three days and three nights on a remote jungle island. Toby soon finds that this “uninhabited” island is not so lonely when he meets a mysterious girl named Madeleine (Kristine Froseth). It soon becomes clear that neither of them is safe here and time is running out. Someone or SOMETHING bloodthirsty lurks in the jungle, and Toby must find a way off this island before becoming its PREY…”


Prey is produced by Ashok Amritraj, Jason Blum, Chris Lofing, and Travis Cluff. Executive Producers include Couper Samuelson, Jeanette Volturno, Alix Taylor, and Priya Amritraj.


For Blumhouse Productions, Prey marks the latest in a lengthy run of chilling films tailor-made to get under the skin of horror fans everywhere. With Blumhouse and Franck Khalfounreuniting following the debut of 2017’s Amityville: The Awakening, Khalfoun has taken his signature, spine-tingling style and moved it from the iconic and creepy Long Island, New York locale to Prey’s perilous jungle island. The film will open in several major theatrical markets including Los Angeles, Atlanta, Orlando, Dallas, and Houston.


Hunt down Prey in theaters and on VOD on September 27th.



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