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‘Gremlins’-esque ‘Cute Little Buggers’ Finally Acquired!

From Tony Jopia, the director of Deadtime and Crying Wolf, comes the ’80s inspired grisly British comic-horror Cute Little Buggers 3D, which has been on our radar for years.

Thankfully, Uncork’d will distribute the film the U.S. and Canada, while High Octane has acquired rights for the rest of the world, reports Heat Vision.

Will you let them take our women? It’s Gremlins meets Hot Fuzz set in the English countryside. When hostile aliens crash land on local farmland the villagers at the summer ball get suspicious when young women start going missing. The villagers soon band together around our hero Melchoir (Kristofer Dayne) to fend off the invaders and bring back peace to the sleepy English countryside! B-movie laughs in this creature feature from director Tony Jopia.

It stars Caroline Monroe, Joe Egan, Kristofer Dayne, Gary Martin, John R. Walker, Dani Thompson, Jess Jantschek, Samar Sarila, Jo Price, Sarah Bennett and Leslie Grantham.



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7 Comments
  • Daniel Anderson

    Squirt guns and daylight. I think you’re a liar!

    I see they reference Gremlins but i’m getting a bit of “critters” vibe.

  • Grimphantom
  • zid

    “Will you let them take our women? ”
    Cringe.
    Massive amount of cringe.

  • Bleenx

    “I’ve seen what they’ve done to the others. They’re gonna do that to me…”

    Now all we need is an “ohhh myyy gaaahhhdd!!” …and we have Troll 2.

  • David.

    The CGI looks so bad it’d distract me from any fun I could have had with this one.

  • Kristoffer Groves

    Who Framed Uroboros Rabbit?

  • Boglin Boy

    gremlins my ass.. They are just poorly rendered 3D models. That is not like Gremlins at all. I’ve been doing 3D model making/animation for years for video game projects, and I could easily insert them into live action footage and make a movie with them, but why? it just looks stupid compared to the rest of stuff. They only fit in a world that is in the same style.

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