Soldiers face off against giant alien creatures in the latest trailer for Tom Green's Monsters: Dark Continent.
The first clip from Tom Green's follow-up to Gareth Edwards' Monsters, Monsters: Dark Continent, has hit online, bringing viewers to a new infected zone in the Middle East.
CBR News spoke with writer John Arcudi about "BPRD: Hell on Earth - Monsters" and the "Russia" miniseries that follows it, as well as the Abe Sapien's starring turn in "The Devil Does Not Jest."
The first details emerge on Monsters and Godzilla director Gareth Edwards' collaboration with Wanted's Timur Bekmambetov.
Gareth Edwards, who directed 2010's microbudgeted monster movie Monsters, is close to signing a deal with Legendary to direct a franchise reboot of Tomoyuki Tanaka's classic Japanese movie monster, Godzilla.
Gareth Edwards' eagerly anticipated sci-fi thriller Monsters has drawn repeated comparisons to last year's District 9. However, any similarities don't extend to the aliens. The film's third trailer makes it clear that the enormous, earth-shaking creatures of Mexico's "infected zone bear no resemblance to the pitiable stranded "prawns" of Johannesburg's slum.
A new poster has been released for Monsters, Gareth Edwards' micro-budget sci-fi thriller about an American journalist who must escort his employers' through a quarantined section of Mexico overrun by alien life forms. The movie arrives on VOD and iTunes on Sept. 24 and in theaters on Oct. 29.
Magnolia Pictures/Magnet has released a second trailer for Monsters, the micro-budget sci-fi thriller that follows an American photojournalist and the daughter of his publisher as they travel through a quarantined "infected zone" where the U.S. and Mexican militaries fight to contain alien life forms.