By Hillary Busis
September 18, 2012 at 02:54 PM EDT

“Rue’s Lullaby” was only the beginning.

This “music video” trailer for The House at the End of the Street features aspiring triple threat Jennifer Lawrence as you’ve never seen her before: placidly strumming an acoustic guitar and crooning a soft version of Benji Hughes’ “All You’ve Got to Do Is Fall in Love.” From the clip, you’d think House is a sweet romance about Lawrence and her broody neighbor, played by Max Thieriot… at least, until the creepiness begins about 40 seconds in. Either way, the song sounds great — whether it’s played straight or distorted as Lawrence’s character descends into the Death Basement of Doom.

Judge the Oscar nominee’s vocal prowess below:

For the sake of comparison, here’s an audio clip from The Hunger Games of a broken-down Lawrence singing “Rue’s Lullaby”:

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