Like the zombies, the tales about the undead vampires will never go out of fashion, but along with such fullness comes the difficulty of creating anything different out of it. The horror parody, Vampires vs. The Bronx, for which a bunch of images has been released, might bring us something fresh, though. As such, it will be bearing more than a passing resemblance to Attack The Block, a United Kingdom Science-Fiction Horror film of the year 2011, which featured a London and of inner-city teenagers battling with the aliens. The concept of the project acknowledges that the people who are already embroiled in a life of violence would be best positioned to repel the invaders.
The project is set to be delivered on the online streaming service providing platform, Netflix on October 2, 2020, and adding to the streaming service’s expanding group for the Halloween season. Filming of the project was started in the month of August of the year 2018, and it is not apparent when the production of the film finished. However, it has resembled that the movie struggles to find a publisher, but in the month of September of this year, the distribution rights of the movie have been acquired by the streaming giant.
Vampires Vs. The Bronx: Know About Netflix’s New Horror Comedy
The plot of the upcoming film is set in a Bronx neighborhood under the threat of upscaling. Its multicultural association is defeated so that the middle class’s white people can move in with recognized safety. Concurrently, a band of the vampires appear, and it is up to an assemblage of the teens to save their district from the bloodsucking undead. The trio of the heroes is exposed in the stills below, the culturally conflicted Bobby, ambitious and fearless Miguel, and obsessed with horror nerd Luis. Various promoting characters accompanied them.
Director Oz Rodriguez has mostly been behind the camera of comedy offerings. He was having managed dozens of scenes of Saturday Night Live and the associated projects and the similarities of sitcoms A.P. Bio, Shrill, The Last Man On Earth, and Sunnyside. He also co-wrote the scenario for this flick along with Blaise Hemingway. He is the one who’s currently best known as a leading writer for the lacklustmovie’s Playmobil: The Moonceivably, an ingenious creation, will result in a more cohesive narrative.