Red Band Trailer for Little Monsters Teases Zombie Survival Fun
Lupita Nyong’o plays a fearless teacher in this upcoming horror-comedy.
By Chris Morse
A new zombie comedy, titled Little Monsters, is on the way and what better way to dive right in than the newly-released red band trailer for the film? This movie sounds like a love story turned complicated by an ill-timed zombie outbreak. You know, your typical relationship struggles. All in all, it looks like a great time so start off by checking out the new trailer above and read on for more details.
The movie follows a washed-up musician named Dave who volunteers to chaperone his nephew’s kindergarten class trip after taking a serious liking to the teacher, Miss Caroline. The trip has many complications, including competing with a famous kids’ show personality, Teddy McGiggle, and of course zombies. Can Dave rise to the occasion? We sure hope so.
Little Monsters is written and directed by Abe Forsythe. Starring is Alexander England (Alien: Covenant), Lupita Nyong'o (Us, Black Panther), Josh Gad (Frozen), and Diesel La Torraca. The movie will hit theaters in the UK and Ireland on November 15th. NEON and Hulu previously acquired the film for a U.S. release, but no specifics on that front have been detailed at this time.
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