Monsternado trailer: creature feature unleashes prehistoric beasts in November

Trailer: A Monsternado, not to be confused with a Sharknado, will be unleashing prehistoric beasts in November

Tyler-James has been involved with several projects that have caught our attention in recent months. The filmmaker has produced the films that turn the popular nursery rhymes Mary Had a Little Lamb and Three Blind Mice into horror stories, and directed The Loch Ness Horror. Now a trailer for a new Tyler-James project has arrived online. This one is a creature feature called Monsternado, and you can check out the trailer in the embed above!

Uncork’d Entertainment will be giving Monsternado a digital and DVD release on November 14th.

Tyler-James directed the film from a screenplay by Derek Miller, who previously wrote episodes of Dads in Parks and It’s Pony. This one has the following synopsis: A tornado, infested with prehistoric monsters, has formed in the Bermuda Triangle, and is making its way towards land. Megalodon, Pterodactyls, Giant Octopuses, Crocodiles, and more attack – now the city must fight to survive against these deadly creatures.

Miller stars in Monsternado with May Kelly, Danielle Scott, Michael S. Siegel, Jase Rivers, Lila Lasso, Simon Ellis, Amanda Jane York, Hannah Pauley, Kento Yoshioka, Ben J. Williams, Chloe Karr, Lora Hristova, Mirella Camillo, Hülya Corty, Katerina Timotheou, Darcy Baker, Sean Patrick Brooks, Kristina Grant, Zara Bell, Lucy George, Thea Rubina, Edward Willcox, Daniel Subin, Dixson Tina, Matthew j Dunn, Geraint Thomason, Tansie Swithenbank, and Eduardo De Vicente Chato.

Uncork’d President Keith Leopard provided the following statement: “Another fantastic film from Tyler James, whose The Loch Ness Horror also releases in November, Monsternado is fun, frightening and brimming with some very cool special effects sequences.

Mary Had a Little Lamb received a DVD and Digital release on October 3rd, Three Blind Mice got its DVD and Digital release on October 17th, and The Loch Ness Horror will follow suit on November 7th. Then we’ll be getting Monsternado, which is not to be confused with a Sharknado, the following week.

What did you think of the Monsternado trailer? Will you be watching this movie in November, and will you be checking out any of the other Tyler-James projects mentioned in this article? Let us know by leaving a comment below.

Monsternado

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