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A Siren From Hell Will Reap Revenge In the New Trailer for LILLITH!

LILLITH features a siren from hell, hell bent on revenge. Check out the trailer for the latest from our friends at Terror Films.

It’s been a pretty busy week for new trailers and announcements. From Guillermo del Toro’s new animated film, to Resident Evil‘s new live-action series cast, it’s been busy. Super busy. But the week is not over yet! And today, we have a trailer for Lillith, a revenge flick with a seafaring twist! Check out the trailer below:

The film is being distributed by Terror FIlms, and is the brainchild of director Lee Esposito. Want to know more? Please, allow us:

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Synopsis:
Jenna Collins (Nell Kessler) is a girl whose heart has been broken by her self-absorbed boyfriend, Brad (Michael Finnigan). With some convincing from her best friend Emma (Robin Carolyn Parent), Jenna turns to the dark arts to seek revenge. That vengeance comes in the form of Lillith (Savannah Whitten), a murder-hungry siren from hell. Jenna quickly realizes that her new friend Lily is more than what she bargained for. The lust demon embarks on a sex-fueled killing spree with no end in sight. Can Jenna and her friends stop Lillith in time before the entire campus is doomed?

Director Lee Esposito is a self-confessed fan of “Nightmare on Elm Street”. Also, Esposito is a huge 90s horror fan. I think you can definitely see that influence. Lillith also features Langston Fishburne, one of the stars of Marvel’s “Ant-man and the Wasp“, and son of cinema legend Lawrence Fishburn.

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Lillith will be out on VOD and physical on July 9th, 2021.

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