Have A Scary Lullaby For Christmas
November 18, 2022
Alonso Lozano Arellano Joins Joseph Bishara to Score Creepy LULLABY Horror Thriller
A malevolent spirit is coming to haunt the holiday season. Directed by John R. Leonetti (MORTAL KOMBAT: ANNIHILATION, ANNABELLE, WISH UPON) and starring Oona Chaplin, Rámon Rodríguez, Liane Balaban, Kira Guloien and Moni Ogunsuyi, LULLABY from Vertical Entertainment comes to theaters and VOD December 16.
The film follows a new mother who discovers a lullaby in an ancient book and soon regards the song as a blessing. But her world transforms into a nightmare when the lullaby brings forth the ancient demon Lilith. The film’s title “Lullaby” is in reference to “Lilith-Abi, Hebrew for Lilith, Begone,” which was a custom of singing babies to sleep as an ancient Jewish superstition; Jewish mothers used to sing to their babies in bed in hopes that they would be protected from this baby snatching demon called Lilith.
The film’s music is composed by Joseph Bishara (INSIDIOUS, THE CONJURING, THE CURSE OF LA LLORONA, THE UNHOLY, MALIGNANT) and Alonso Lozano Arellano (RESTLESS – short), a composer, actor and sound director who makes his feature film co-scoring debut on this picture.
Watch the film’s trailer: