‘Kids Vs. Aliens’ Headed For Theaters. Shudder In 2023

by Thomas Tuna

A Halloween party is ruined by aliens with an attitude.

What’s not to like?

Kids Vs. Aliens–a new horror-s/f pic from RLJE Films and Shudder–will have its coming-out party at Fantastic Fest later this month, and then hit theaters and Shudder next year, according to a report in Broadway World.

The film–directed by Jason Eisener (who wrote the screenplay with John Davies)–stars Dominic Mariche (Are You Afraid of the Dark?), Phoebe Rex (The Last Divide), Calem MacDonald (The Umbrella Academy), Asher Grayson Percival (Scaredy Cats) and newcomer Ben Tector.

In Kids Vs. Aliens, “all Gary wants is to make awesome home movies, and all his older sister Samantha wants is to hang with the cool kids,” according to the synopsis.

But, when their parents head out of town one Halloween weekend, a wild teen party “turns to terror when aliens attacks, forcing the siblings to band together to survive the night.”

RLJE’s Mark Waid said the movie “is everything I love about film. It takes me back to what made me fall in love with movies as a kid. To be able to partner with Shudder on this is beyond thrilling for us.”

Keep reading Horror News Network for any further updates on Kids Vs. Aliens.

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