The stakes are high for "The Last Lullaby," a locally produced film which opens today at the Louisiana Boardwalk's Regal Cinemas. The film itself is a solid piece of genre work, so it has that going for it. Eight of the 15 screenings have already sold out, so that's plus too.
"'The Last Lullaby' presents a view of vigilante violence that is unsettling but never corrupting, dark but ever illuminating," I wrote in a review republished in today's Preview section.
I'm thinking about popcorn for lunch today if I can steal a couple hours. If you get a chance, let us know what you think of the movie.