Love and Monsters Comes Home On Blu-ray

Dylan Baker in Love and Monsters. Courtesy of Paramount.

The coming-of-age apocalyptic adventure comedy, Love and Monsters, is now available for audiences to watch on physical media.

Content Warning: there are several nerve-wracking scenes involving a dog.  In most instances, we don’t know what is going to happen.  I don’t like watching films where the dog dies so I’m going to let you know what happens.  When the film came to an end, the dog was very much still alive.  Thank G-d.  Some of you might call this a spoiler but I call it the difference between watching a film in comfort or being miserable.


Seven years after the Monsterpocalypse, Joel Dawson (Dylan O’Brien), along with the rest of humanity, has been living underground ever since giant creatures took control of the land. After reconnecting over radio with his high school girlfriend Aimee (Jessica Henwick), who is now 80 miles away at a coastal colony, Joel begins to fall for her again. As Joel realizes that there’s nothing left for him underground, he decides to venture out to Aimee, despite all the dangerous monsters that stand in his way. The fun-filled and action-packed adventure also stars Dan Ewing, Michael Rooker and Ariana Greenblatt.

Bonus Features

  • Deleted Scenes
  • Bottom of the Food Chain: The Cast of LOVE AND MONSTERS
  • It’s a Monster’s World: Creating a Post-Apocalyptic Landscape

DIRECTOR:  Michael Matthews
SCREENWRITERS:  Brian Duffield and Matthew Robinson
CAST:  Dylan O’Brien, Jessica Henwick, Dan Ewing, Ariana Greenblatt, and Michael Rooker

Paramount Pictures released Love and Monsters on VOD on October 16, 2020. The film is now available on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital.

Danielle Solzman

Danielle Solzman is native of Louisville, KY, and holds a BA in Public Relations from Northern Kentucky University and a MA in Media Communications from Webster University. She roots for her beloved Kentucky Wildcats, St. Louis Cardinals, Indianapolis Colts, and Boston Celtics. Living less than a mile away from Wrigley Field in Chicago, she is an active reader (sports/entertainment/history/biographies/select fiction) and involved with the Chicago improv scene. She also sees many movies and reviews them. She has previously written for Redbird Rants, Wildcat Blue Nation, and Hidden Remote/Flicksided. From April 2016 through May 2017, her film reviews can be found on Creators.