In the realm of science fiction and horror, California has often served as a canvas for tales of the strange and the otherworldly. With its diverse landscapes, thriving entertainment industry, and a history steeped in legends and urban myths, the Golden State has long been a captivating backdrop for stories that blur the lines between reality and the supernatural. The recently released trailer for “Monsters of California” promises to be the latest addition to this tradition, offering a tantalizing glimpse into a world where extraterrestrial encounters, government conspiracies, and adolescent adventure collide.
“Monsters of California,” directed by and starring Tom DeLonge, co-founder of the iconic rock band Blink-182, follows the journey of a group of young friends as they investigate a series of paranormal events in their small California town. The trailer, released to great anticipation and excitement, offers a tantalizing glimpse into a plot filled with intrigue, mystery, and a sense of the unknown.
One of the central elements of the “Monsters of California” trailer is the presence of extraterrestrial beings. The footage teases the existence of otherworldly creatures and mysterious lights in the sky, suggesting that the story will delve into the realm of UFOs and alien encounters. The fascination with the possibility of life beyond our planet has always been a source of intrigue and fear, making it a perfect theme for a suspenseful narrative.
As the trailer unfolds, it becomes evident that the story is not just about alien encounters but also government conspiracies. Clips in the trailer hint at clandestine government operations, suggesting that the truth about these extraterrestrial encounters may be buried deep within a web of classified information. The blending of paranormal phenomena with government intrigue adds an extra layer of suspense and complexity to the plot. Watch the trailer below:
DeLonge’s interest in aliens extends beyond a song and movie. After stepping away from the band in 2015, his continued investigation into UFOs led to him launching the company, To the Stars, which includes former Pentagon officer Luis Elizondo as a key member. In fact, the company was instrumental in the United States government releasing military footage of an unidentified aircraft in 2017, which prompted the Pentagon to formally establish the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office.
Monsters of California premieres on October 6th.