Parasyte: The Grey – Trailer Talk

Parasyte: The Grey - Trailer Talk

Parasyte: The Grey – Trailer Talk

What do you get when you cross John Carpenter’s ‘The Thing’ with the stories of Junji Ito? The answer is the manga series ‘Parasyte’. After a successful anime series and two live action Japanese films, Netflix surprised horror fans when they announced that a new show set within the universe of the manga will be coming next month.

‘Parasyte: The Grey’ follows a group of humans who decide to wage war against the shapeshifting parasitic lifeforms that fell to Earth and took control of the dominant species of the planet.



After three adaptations of the manga’s story, it’s refreshing to see a series that will tell a completely new story within the same universe. And it looks fantastic! It’ll be interesting to see the world building the show does, even if it does only have 6 episodes. Not only that but the visual effects look stunning and just as grotesque as the source material’s imagery. 

With the series being written by original creator Hitoshi Iwaaki and directed by Yeon Sang-ho (Train to Busan), there’s a lot to be excited for with ‘Parasyte: The Grey’. With a new story will come a new perspective on how this world works now that the parasytes look to be settled into their new home planet. Plus, the visual effects look incredible and creepy; this is definitely a show to be excited for.  


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