New DESTROY ALL NEIGHBORS Posters Are Gloriously Gory

Alex Winter and Jonah Ray Rodrigues star in the “hard-rock, horror-comedy romp", hitting Shudder this month!

By Amber T · @hornbloodfire · January 2, 2024, 11:11 AM PST
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Destroy All Neighbors, the twisted splatter comedy starring Alex Winter (Freaked, The Lost Boys) and Jonah Ray Rodrigues (Mystery Science Theater 3000), hits Shudder on January 12th - and ahead of the release Collider have debuted a host of bright and bizarre brand new character posters to get you hyped.

Described as a “hard-rock, horror-comedy romp", Destroy All Neighbors also features Kiran Deol (Sunnyside), Randee Heller (the Karate Kid franchise) and Thomas Lennon (Reno 911!). The bonkers bloodbath was directed by Josh Forbes from a story by Charles Pieper and Mike Benner, and a screenplay adapted by Pieper and Jared Logan. Here's a plot synopsis to sink your teeth into:

In Destroy All Neighbors, viewers meet William (Rodrigues), a musician who’s having a difficult time finding the inspiration and drive to finish his latest project. Although he has the support of his girlfriend (Deol), it’s Willam’s neighbor, Vlad (Winter) that he can’t seem to shake. After butting heads with the raucous Vlad, William “accidentally” kills him, something that he tries to sweep under the rug by dismembering Vlad’s corpse. Unfortunately, Vlad still has a lot to say and, when he returns to life in his chopped-up state, he’s louder than ever, setting William on a cover-up mission that ends in even more murder and mayhem and with even less time to focus on his album.

The stacked cast also includes Kumail Nanjiani (the upcoming Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire), DeMorge Brown (Chomp), Phil Hendrie (King of the Hill), Christian Calloway (The House with a Clock in Its Walls), Jon Daly (Kroll Show), and Ryan Kattner (Woe).

The character posters below tease Rodrigues, Heller, Winter, Deol and Lennon in glorious gory technicolor, while the trailer promises that Destroy All Neighbors is guaranteed to kick your January blues to the kerb with a mix of humor and horror: 2024 is already off to a very good start.

Plus, don't forget, you can read more about Destroy All Neighbors in the upcoming issue of FANGORIA!