Vampires vs. The Bronx: Trailer Keeps Blood Off the Streets!

Ever wonder what effect a crosstown may need on vampires? Netflix’s upcoming horror-comedy is an academic check out an urban problem. There are tons of things happening within the neighborhood immediately. Keep your eyes open.

This will sound vague, but the new Vampires vs. Bronx trailer is a few silent threats: gentrification. And it’s not just unspecified White race buying up property within the Boogie Down Bronx.

It’s an ancient older people that stay that way by sucking the blood out of locals while draining the community of anything unusual.

Vampires vs. the Bronx comes from Dominican Republic-raised director Oz Rodriguez, who has worked on Saturday Night Live, A.P. Bio, The Last Man on Earth, and Shrill and Sunnyside.

Rodriguez co-wrote the screenplay with Blaise Hemingway (UglyDolls). With the image being produced by Lorne Michaels, Erin David, Bert Hamelinck, and Michael Sagol.

Vampires vs. Bronx is going to be suitable for all ages and reflect the city’s multiculturalism and youth.

Vampires vs. Bronx: Plot

“Three gutsy kids from a rapidly gentrifying Bronx neighborhood encounter a sinister plot to suck all the life from their beloved community,” reads the official synopsis. It is possibly inspired by the 2011 U.K. film Attack the Block.

The Vampires vs. Bronx swaps out cannibalistic aliens for exsanguinating vampires. It is making this a street battle of occult proportions.

Bronx gang of friends are wont to sticking up for their local bodega, but the new land speculators’ forces are merely supernatural.

Jaden Michael plays Miguel, the group; Gregory Diaz IV plays Luis, a skateboarding nerd who loves horror; Gerald W. Jones III plays Bobby, a daily kid from the Bronx who is thinking twice about the road gang he runs with.

You may find the following character in Vampires vs. Bronx as under:

  • Sarah Gadon
  • Cliff Smith
  • Shea Whigham
  • Coco Jones,
  • Chris Redd
  • Vladimir Caamaño
  • Jeremie Harris
  • Adam David Thompson
  • Judy Marte
  • Richard Bekins
  • Zoe Saldaña

It doesn’t appear as if any of the Staten Island vampires from What We neutralize Shadows have even heard of Bronx.

Vampires vs. Bronx: Release Date

Vampires vs. the Bronx is merely one bite of fright coming to Netflix during October. Moreover, the Vampires vs. Bronx will stream on Netflix starting from 2nd October 2020.

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