28 Jan HORROR AND SONS: L.U.N.A. (2021) – Short Film Review
The traditional “haunted house” tale gets a modern update with L.U.N.A., a 2021 short film from Emmy Award-winning director Blake Vaz.
Written by Roman Arabia and Mike Bane, L.U.N.A. opens to find technician Lilian Romero (Fernanda Romero – The Eye, Drag Me to Hell) reluctantly sent by her company on a late-night service call to the home of a couple who have reported a “problem” occurring with their digital home assistant; an Alexa-like device called a L.U.N.A. Lilian arrives at the home and is greeted by two young women, Jaime (Lauren Bair – The Nice Guys, TV’s “Grimm”) and her partner, Sarah (Lauren DeShane, who has appeared on TV series “Royal Pains” and “Tosh.0”), who have only just recently moved into the place (one of whom is sporting a t-shirt of Dario Argento’s Inferno).
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