‘Cute… cuddly and hungry for blood‘
Cute Little Buggers is a 2017 British science fiction comedy horror feature film directed by Tony Jopia (Zombie Harvest; DeadTime; Crying Wolf) from a screenplay written by Garry Charles and Andy Davie.
The movie stars Caroline Munro (Dracula A.D. 1972; Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter; Howl of the Devil), Dani Thompson, Kumud Pant, Gary Martin, Sarah Bennett, Angela Holmes, Kristofer Dayne, David G. Robinson, John R. Walker, Romain Barbey and Dan Abrams.
When hostile aliens crash land on local farmland the villagers at the summer ball become suspicious, especially when young women begin to go inexplicably missing.
The villagers soon band together around local hero Melchoir to fend off the invaders and bring back peace to the sleepy English countryside…
Reviews [click links to read more]:
“If you are looking for fare that has the right meshing of jokes, gore and off-kilter auras that have you pleasantly recalling Barton, Landis or even an Edgar Wright of Shaun of the Dead fame, you could do far worse than catch Tony Jopia’s Cute Little Buggers.” HNN
“The CGI is better than I expected, though that’s not saying a lot, and you actually get an above average independent action flick that strays from cliches and typical plot progression to surprise you with nonstop blood splatters, gun fights and hearty chuckles.” Horror Society
“Cluttered with sub-plots and cringe-inducingly unfunny “local” characters, this miserably strained horror comedy sets out its tone immediately, with ridiculous fake tits, home-computer CGI and failed double-entendres (“Have you ever seen a gash like that?”)…” Horrorscreams Videovault
“Cute Little Buggers is a piece of insane comedy-horror gold and deserves all the success it can possibly get. I found myself laughing all the way through and with plenty of gore and boobs, it’s practically a perfect ‘popcorn’ movie. It may be silly but doesn’t stop it being absolutely brilliant.” The Fleapit Cinema and Video Shop
Cute Little Buggers crash-landed on VOD in North America on November 7 from Uncork’d Entertainment.