Vampires Vs. The Bronx: Updates On Netflix’s New Horror Comedy

Vampires Vs. The Bronx

Like their undead relatives, the zombies, tales about vampires will never go out of style. But with such fullness comes the difficulty of how to do anything different with them. Horror parody Vampires vs. the Bronx, for which a batch of images has been released. And might head to bring us something fresh, though.

As such, Vampires vs. the Bronx will bear more than a passing resemblance to Attack the Block. And a 2011 U.K. sci-fi/horror featuring a London gang of inner-city teenagers battling aliens. The concept acknowledges that people already embroiled in a life of violence would best positioned to repel invaders.

Vampires Vs. The Bronx

Vampires vs. the Bronx is estimated to deliver on Netflix on October 2nd. And adding to the streaming service’s expanding group of horror available for the Halloween season.

The creation of The Film started in August 2018. It’s not apparent when the film finished its production. And but it resembles that the movie struggles to find a publisher. But in September 2020, Netflix acquired its distribution rights.

The plot or storyline of the Vampires Vs. The Bronx:

The film’s plot is all set in a Bronx neighborhood under threat of upscaling. Its multicultural association is defeated so that middle-class white people can move in with recognized safety. Concurrently, a band of vampires appear. And it’s up to an assemblage of teens to save the district from the bloodsucking undead. The stills below expose the trio of heroes: ambitious and fearless leader Miguel, the culturally conflicted Bobby. And horror-obsessed nerd Luis and various promoting characters.

Director Oz Rodriguez has mostly been behind the camera of comedy offerings. And he was having managed dozens of scenes of Saturday Night Live and associated projects. And as well as the similarities of sitcoms A.P. BioThe Last Man On EarthShrill, and Sunnyside. He co-wrote the scenario for this flick with Blaise Hemingway. And he who’s currently best known as a leading writer for the lackluster Playmobil: The Movie. And so conceivably, an ingenious creation will result in a more cohesive narrative.

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