“Love and the Monsters”: the post-apocalyptic drama will be on the Netflix catalog; Know when!

The post-apocalyptic drama ‘Love and Monsters’ was a hit with critics and garnered 91% approval on Rotten Tomatoes.

And it looks like the feature film starring Dylan O’Brien, Jessica Henwick and Michael Rooker will hit the Netflix catalog at the end of next year.

Through his Twitter profile, O’Brien shared a report confirming that Paramount Pictures had previously released the film on digital platforms in the United States.

The headline declares that “the film would be a global obsession if it premiered on Netflix,” and the star quickly made it a point to grab the attention of the streaming platform.

In response, the company said the feature will be available in the North American Spring of 2021, which runs between September and December.

Enjoy watching:


“What’s up, Netflix?” O’Brien wrote.

“Great news! For those who don’t live in the US, what do you think of the spring 2021 debut? I’ll bring the love you bring to monsters,” Netflix joked.

Hey @ netflix🕺🐕 https://t.co/BSf0FIZD5f

– Dylan O’Brien (@dylanobrien) December 16, 2020

Good news! For people outside the US – what is spring 2021 like? I will bring the love you bring to monsters 💙👹

– NetflixFilm (@NetflixFilm) December 17, 2020

Check out the top reviews:

“A great demonstration of O’Brien’s contagious imagination and comedic energy.” – RogerEbert.com.

“A post-apocalyptic creative film about adulthood…” – New York Times.

“A carefree adventure through an apocalyptic danger zone.” – The Hollywood Reporter.

“There is an uplifting spirit throughout the production and the effects are first class.” – News from San Jose Mercury.

“A slightly humorous reference to the action adventures for teens of the ’80s and’ 90s.” – Variety.

“’Love and Monsters’ isn’t particularly scary… However, it’s enjoyable and fun, two qualities that are worth checking out. – X assignment.

Watch the trailer:

Directed by Michael Matthews, the story revolves around a hunter named Clyde (Rooker), who teaches Joel Dawson (O’Brien) how to survive a monster apocalypse – as he crosses the country in search of his good. -loved.

The cast also includes Ariana Greenblatt (“The First and Only Ivan”).

Brian Duffield and Matthew Robinson are responsible for the script.

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