The brand new movie was released last year Love and monsters (also known as Monster issues a.k.a Monster issues) and in the meantime the show with Dylan O’Brien in the lead managed to get a 7.1 out of 34,000 votes on IMDb. Additionally, the movie scores a fantastic 92% on the Tomatometer and 89% on the Audience Score, so it’s definitely a movie you want to see. This is good, because as of April 14, 2021, Love and Monsters can be seen at Netflix in the Netherlands and Belgium.
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Love and Monsters is coming to Netflix worldwide, but not in the United States
The big global Instagram account @netflixfilm announced on Tuesday, March 16, 2021 that Love and Monsters, the 2020 film starring Dylan O’Brien, will be added to the streaming service’s offering worldwide on April 14, 2021. The actor rose to prominence in a video posted to the account with 3.9 million subscribers.
The only country where the film will not be released is the United States. The rights may have been purchased by another streaming service, so Netflix cannot display them in its offering. Fortunately, Love and Monsters will be streaming on Netflix Netherlands and Belgium.
Leading role for Dylan O’Brien
Wondering what exactly you know Dylan O’Brien from? The actor starred as Stiles Stilinski (Nogitsune) in Teen wolf, but was also better known as Thomas in the Maze runner-trilogy. In Love and Monsters, he is once again praised for his acting skills when he plays the character of Joel Dawson. Below you’ll find exactly what the movie is about, and you can immediately watch the trailer to get yourself in the mood for its release on Netflix on April 14, 2021.
Love & Monsters (2020) Story, Trailer & Details
In a world ravaged by monsters, Joel learns that his girlfriend is only 130 km away. To undertake the dangerous journey, Joel discovers that his inner hero is with the girl of his dreams.
Categories: Action, Adventure, Comedy
IMDb: 7.0 out of 34,000 votes
Expensive: 1 hour and 49 minutes
Director: Michael matthews
Writers: Brian Duffield, Matthew Robinson
Discard: Dylan O’Brien, Jessica Henwick, Michael Rooker