David Toia’s feature debut looks nothing short of impressive with the first trailer running for Monsters Of Man. The sci-fi action thriller, starring Neal McDonough, is entirely self-funded, completed and slated for a Digital/On-Demand release, and is currently running an Indiegogo page with just a few months left to fund the film’s promotion.
In a terrifying vision of AI gone wrong, sci-fi thriller Monsters of Man reveals the consequences of unchecked power and robots who have advanced beyond human control. When a corrupt CIA agent (McDonough) teams up with a robotics company to deploy an illegal, unsanctioned military operation, the plan is to drop four prototype robots into a suspected drug manufacturing camp in the Golden Triangle that no one will miss. The mission is to prove the robotics company is worthy of winning a lucrative military contract but all goes horribly awry when six American volunteer doctors witness the brutal slaughter of an innocent village and are forced into a deadly game of cat and mouse as they become the next targets.
That’s not to say this article is even a paid one. The news here comes by way of Flickering Myth, so this is entirely out of interest, and the trailer looks fantastic, making the film’s upcoming release on December 8 all the more promising.
Monsters of Man also stars Jose Rosete, Jessica Blackmore, and Kayli Tran.