The Girl (Alivia Leonelli) prepares to embrace the light.
IN A RETURN TO THE WORLD OF COMATOSE MOTHER, DEMONS IS A MUSICAL BALLAD THAT WARNS US ABOUT THE DANGERS OF SPIRTS.
Never trust the light.
A young girl slumbers the night away when she is awakened by an evil presence. At first, all seems safe, until the presence is revealed to be none other than the Comatose Mother herself! Grasping for any light, it all eludes her as the Mother creeps closer. But then a spiritual being of light comes to her rescue at her window.
The lyrics are haunting, and the music a powerful ballad about the seemingly harmless things that will soon come to possess us if we give into them. Such is the fate of the young girl, as she’ll learn that trusting in this new “friend” will spell doom, as it has much more sinister plans than a simple friendship in store for her.
Another blend of practical effects and complimentary VFX, Demons is a stirring return to the world of the Comatose Mother and expands upon the mythology of the film. A world where spirits of light and dark roam, and nothing is as it appears.
The young Girl slumbers away at night, haunted by an evil presence. When a friendly spirit of light shows up to help, she curiously invites it in… to her doom.
Singing the ballad of the damned, the human representation of the Demon is beautiful and dangerous. As you learn to trust her, you’ll soon come to find the mistake in that decision.
The Comatose Mother haunts the young girl’s nightmares, but is the mother just a figment of her night terrors, or something far more sinister and real?