New Trailer For Monsters: The Dark Continent

'Kill monsters, baby'

New Trailer For Monsters: The Dark Continent

by Phil de Semlyen |
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The handiwork of a debutant director, Tom Green, and shot on location, in Jordan, with a small cast and big ambitions, **Monsters: Dark Continent **shares many things with Gareth Edwards’ original film. That DNA extends, of course, to the tentacle-y aliens themselves, flaunted in all their extra-terrestrial magnificence in the movie’s new trailer.

Set ten years after Monsters, the Edwards exec-produced ‘continuation’ heads east, where a new strain of alien sand bugs have taken up icky residence. Combat troops Noah (Johnny Harris), Frankie (Joe Dempsie) and Michael (Sam Keeley) are in on the bug hunt across Arabian deserts and into the maws of death.

With a whole mess of years elapsed since that NASA probe crash-landed in Latin America, the aliens have adapted efficiently to their new environment. Environment_s_, actually. There are now infected zones dotted across the globe and the idea of harmonious co-existence, touched on in the first film, has long since been blown to kingdom come.

Reads the synopsis: "Two soldiers embark on a life-altering mission through the dark heart of monster territory in the deserts. By the time they reach their goal, they will have been forced to confront the fear that fighting the monsters is just the beginning of their war."

Monsters: Dark Continent hits UK cinemas on November 28. Head here for the first trailer.

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