BLACK LULLABY is here! The short film by renowned horror photographer Joshua Hoffine is below, and ready for your sadistic viewing pleasure.
In the past, Joshua’s photography has illustrated the notion of childhood fears, urban legends, and historical and literary horrors and I, for one, am so excited to see his work evolve into film. The suspense in Hoffine’s first foray into moving pictures is impressive, and his use of sets from his original photography is almost like seeing your favourite book come to life, at least for a fan girl like me.
BLACK LULLABY stars Chloe Hoffine (Joshua’s daughter) in the main role, and for a girl her age, she does a great job capturing the innocent curiosity of a child not QUITE old enough to understand a fear of what could be lurking in the dark.
As always, the great work by Anthony Kosar from Kosart Effects turns frequent collaborator Bob Barber into a menacing creature, not something you want to find in the shadows of your cozy home.
Overall BLACK LULLABY is a great little film, and I can’t wait to see what Hoffine’s next project (a feature length film) has in store for us!!
– Jessie Robbins
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