Hey there, folks! Brace yourselves because there’s something lurking in the back room, and it’s not your typical household intruder. The latest trailer for Screen Media’s “Monsters of California” has just dropped, and it marks a stellar directorial debut for none other than Tom DeLonge, the iconic face of Blink-182.
Set to grace both theaters and your screens on demand come October 6th, this cinematic adventure promises to whisk you away on an extraterrestrial journey like no other. It all begins with a bunch of teenage conspiracy theorists who stumble upon the cryptic world of aliens, guided by the enigmatic Richard Kind with a beard that screams “I know something you don’t.”
At the heart of the story is Dallas, played by Jack Samson of Zodiac fame, and his ragtag group of friends who’ve declared themselves paranormal investigators. But, as fate would have it, their pursuit of the unknown leads them to believe that there’s a full-blown alien conspiracy unfolding in their quiet Southern California town. Enter Dr. Walker, portrayed by Beau is Afraid’s Kind, who drops a bombshell: aliens are not just the stuff of sci-fi movies; they’re chillingly real.
What follows is a daring escapade into a government facility where they lay their eyes upon what appears to be an actual extraterrestrial being. As you can imagine, pandemonium ensues, all set to the eerie strains of Blink-182’s 1999 hit, “Aliens Exist.” And this interstellar adventure doesn’t stop there; it boasts an all-star cast, including the likes of Casper Van Dien (remember him from Starship Troopers?), Camille Kostek (who recently graced the screens in Free Guy), and Arianne Zucker (famous for her role in Days of Our Lives).
But here’s the kicker – it seems that DeLonge’s musical inclinations might have been more than just catchy tunes. The track “Aliens Exist,” featured on Blink-182’s 1999 blockbuster album, “Enema of the State,” might have been a crystal ball into DeLonge’s curious interests. Sure, he’s the co-founder, singer, and guitarist of Blink-182, and he took a brief hiatus from the band in 2014, only to return for their worldwide tour. Yet, in recent years, he’s made headlines not for his music but for his unyielding fascination with aliens, UFOs, and all things mysterious.
DeLonge’s venture, “To the Stars,” is dedicated to exploring fringe science theories, and they even produced the History Channel series “Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation.” And if that’s not cosmic enough, he’s also got his hands in the Tubi animated series “Breaking Bear.” Is there anything this guy won’t delve into?
So, mark your calendars for October 6th, because “Monsters of California” is about to take you on a wild ride through the unknown. Keep an eye on FilmSweep for the latest updates, and while you’re at it, dive into the mind-bending trailer below. It’s a journey you won’t want to miss.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Extraterrestrial Thrills
Q: When will “Monsters of California” be released?
A: “Monsters of California” is set to hit theaters and video on demand on October 6th.
Q: Who is the director of the film?
A: The film marks the directorial debut of Tom DeLonge, known for his role in Blink-182.
Q: What is the film’s plot?
A: The story revolves around a group of teenage conspiracy theorists who become convinced of an alien conspiracy in their Southern California town.
Q: Who are some of the key cast members in the movie?
A: The film stars Jack Samson, Richard Kind, Casper Van Dien, Camille Kostek, and Arianne Zucker.
Q: Is there a connection between the film and Tom DeLonge’s interest in aliens?
A: Yes, the film features the Blink-182 song “Aliens Exist,” hinting at DeLonge’s real-life fascination with aliens and UFOs.
Q: Are there any other projects related to UFOs and aliens that Tom DeLonge is involved in?
A: Yes, Tom DeLonge runs a company called “To the Stars,” which explores fringe science theories and produced the History Channel series “Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation.”
Q: What genre does “Monsters of California” fall into?
A: The film falls into the science fiction thriller genre, with elements of paranormal investigation and extraterrestrial mysteries.
More about Extraterrestrial Thrills
- [Watch the “Monsters of California” Trailer](insert link here)
- [Tom DeLonge’s Official Website](insert link here)
- [Blink-182’s Discography](insert link here)
- [To the Stars Academy of Arts & Science](insert link here)
- [History Channel’s “Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation”](insert link here)