Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Movie Review: The Lullaby (2018)

Well, thanks to Uncorkd'd Entertainment I got to screen a film that's coming out March 2, 2018, called The Lullaby, which is a South African psychological horror film. I gotta say when I read the description of the movie I wasn't sure what I was in for. It sounded like it could be either really good or be a complete bust. However, between the story and the cast, The Lullaby turned out to be really good and the story kept me guessing up till the very end.

The Lullaby is a ninety-six-minute horror that was directed by Darrell Roodt and written by Tarryn-Tanille Prinsloo. It's rated UR (unrated) but has language and violence in it. The story is about a young woman, named Chloe, that is overwhelmed by the birth of her first child. Unfroutnaly, the stress is getting to Chloe and she's starting to see things. Like a scary looking old woman in a black dress popping up around the house and then there are the horrid visions of things happening to her baby. Is any of this real, is Chloe's baby in danger or could all of this just be the stress of being a new mom?