Megan Fox and Alfie Allen are cool Los Angeles vampires in the new trailer for Netflix’s upcoming teen thriller Night Teeth.
Megan Fox and Alfie Allen are cool LA vampires in new trailer for Night teeth. Netflix thriller is Adam Randall’s second feature film, which debuted in 2019 I see you with Helen Hunt and Owen Teague.
Randall’s second feature film Night teeth sees him heading to Los Angeles for a vampire thriller with a decidedly teenage bent. The film stars Jorge Lendeborg Jr. (Bumblebee) as a student earning money as a driver who picks up two female passengers, played by Debby Ryan (Horse girl) and Lucy Fry (Shiny), which are certainly not what they appear to be. Lendeborg Jr. soon finds himself fighting for his life when his partying passengers reveal their true selves (they are vampires). The film also stars Sydney Sweeney (Once upon a time in hollywood), Raul Castillo (Army of the dead), Alexandre Ludwig (The hunger Games), Bryan Batt (Mad Men) and Marlène Forte (Knives Out).
Netflix has now released a trailer for Night teeth that teases the sexy, neon-lit vampire action of the movie. Game Of Thrones the Allen star and Transformers the Fox star appears briefly in the clip, which focuses primarily on Lendeborg Jr. and the two vampires he unwittingly picks up. See the trailer in the space below:
You can’t live for 200 years without going a little bit crazy.
Debby Ryan, Lucy Fry, Alfie Allen, Sydney Sweeney, Megan Fox and Jorge Lendeborg Jr. refuel in the new movie Night Teeth, released on October 20. pic.twitter.com/mpv0WepJgn
– Netflix (@netflix) September 22, 2021
Fox, of course, is no stranger to horror for starring in the cult classic. Jennifer’s body and more recently the Gerald’s game imitation Until death. Meanwhile, Allen suffered a lot of horror while playing Theon Greyjoy aka Reek on Game Of Thrones, but hasn’t done a lot of real horror movies in his career. Although Fox and Allen are clearly the two biggest names in Night teeth, it’s obvious from the trailer that neither of them has a very big role in the movie. Indeed, Fox barely appears in the trailer, which makes it clear that she is in the film more for the value of her name than for her actual contribution to the screen.
Putting a vampire movie in the LA party scene seems like a good place to start on paper, but it remains to be seen if Night teeth indeed has any bite. The trailer hints that there’s a pretty large vampire underworld lurking beneath the film’s cool exterior in Los Angeles, and it might be interesting to see the story explore that idea. Of course, a lot depends on Lendeborg Jr. as the main character, as he finds himself drawn into this world of blood-sucking vampire revelers. Night teeth is slated to hit Netflix on October 20, 2021, or just in time for Halloween.
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