Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Little Monsters Continues the Zombie Fun into United Kingdom Theatres this November

Tagline: "Playtime is Over."

Little Monsters is a zombie thriller from the great down under. This film has had a number of film festival appearances, including showings at: Sundance, the Calgary Underground Film Festival and Fantasia. At Fantasia, the film was one of the most favourably talked about films. Now, Little Monsters is set to show in the United Kingdom, with a theatrical run; Altitude will handle the film's overseas launch. In the film, a washed up musician volunteers for a school trip. Along the way, Dave (Alexander England) and Miss Caroline (Lupita Nyong'o) encounter monsters of the worst kind - the undead! Fans of zombie thrillers can find the film's first Red Band trailer below!

The latest clip focuses on Miss Caroline. She tries to keep her tiny troupe in line as the slow moving zombies move in. Determined to keep the children and reality separate, Miss Caroline turns every undead encounter into a fun game. But, these zombies are playing for keeps and Miss Caroline is outnumbered. How long can playtime last?

Little Monsters blends both comedy and horror, in theatres, this November 15th. On this date, horror fans in the United Kingdom can see the film at their local theatre. Meanwhile, this title will continue a film festival run throughout North America. Based on word-of-mouth, Little Monsters is one film most will want to see on the big screen. The Red Band trailer waits below.

Release Date: November 15th, 2019 (UK, Theatres).

Director/writer: Abe Forsythe.

Cast: Lupita Nyong'o, Josh Gad, Stephen Peacocke and Alexander England.

The first ever Red Band trailer for Little Monsters (courtesy of Altitude):

Early comments on Little Monsters from Fantasia: Little Monsters at Fantasia

Cooties (2014) is another horror comedy in which zombies and children interact:

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