Wednesday, October 4, 2023

Monsters of California: This is the paranormal film directed by Tom Delonge from Blink-182

Tom Delonge, singer, guitarist and co-founder of Blink-182, will release Monsters of California, his directorial debut. The film will be released in American cinemas and streaming on October 6th.

The film follows three friends as they uncover a major government conspiracy, but with the touch of humor and attitude we’d expect from DeLonge, as reported by Gizmodo.

“The film takes my fascination with the inexplicable, combines it with the skate culture I grew up with, and adds my ridiculous sense of humor that millions witnessed during my Blink-182 days,” said the director in a statement.

“Over the last few years, I have been fortunate to help the government remember how much it cares about UFOs, and it is that experience that helped inspire this film. “I can’t wait for the public to see these kids’ fun adventure.”

Tom DeLonge and his story about his fascination with aliens

It has been known for several years that Tom Delonge regularly studies aliens. “When I started seventh grade, I got really into it,” he was quoted as saying by The Guardian.

The song Aliens Exist, one of Blink-182’s most famous songs, is inspired by DeLonge’s fascination with the subject. In an interview in 2001, the musician presented his extensive collection of dozens of books about UFOs, as well as videotapes with hundreds of hours of military interviews testifying to his experiences. “Honestly, he believes everything he reads,” bandmate Mark Hoppus told Rolling Stone in 2000.

“Then, after Blink signed with a major label, I used my first check to buy a computer to research the subject further. “That’s really all I’ve done outside of music and raising a family,” he added.

DeLonge founded the aerospace entertainment company To the Stars, through which he promised to further investigate the government cover-up of UAP (Unidentified Abnormal Phenomenon).

Beyond a simple hobby, Delonge has found real UFOs. In 2017, the musician and his company released three videos that captured several ships transiting North American airspace.

At the time, the US Navy confirmed that it had no records of these aircraft flying over the skies of the United States, therefore confirming the videos as authentic.

Without a doubt, “Monsters of Californai” will bear all the comic and conspiratorial seal that made the musician famous.

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