Madison Horcher in Official Trailer for Cute Sci-Fi 'Mail Order Monster'
"Sometimes friendship can't be explained." Film Mode Entertainment has debuted the first official trailer for a fun sci-fi indie comedy titled Mail Order Monster, which is the feature debut of producer-filmmaker Paulina Lagudi. The film is about a precocious young girl named Sam who is being bullied at school, and on top of that, her single father has just found a new girlfriend. To cope with her situation, she orders a a robot monster through the mail that promises to solve her problems. Hilarity ensues, and everyone learns some good lessons. Madison Horcher stars as Sam, and the cast includes Charisma Carpenter, Josh Hopkins, Emma Rayne Lyle, and Bill Billions. This looks like an amusing, good-for-all-ages fun time, and the robot monster looks so funky and goofy I can't help but smile whenever I see it. Check it out below.
Here's the first official trailer for Paulina Lagudi's Mail Order Monster, direct from YouTube:
And here's another alternate trailer for Paulina Lagudi's Mail Order Monster, also on YouTube:
Growing up isn't easy for Sam (Madison Horcher). She's bullied at school and has trouble fitting in. She endures these struggles through her relationship with her dad, and her love of comics. Making matters worse, she's also getting a new stepmom! Desperate, Sam orders a robot monster through the mail that promises to solve her problems. But this friendly "Mail Order Monster" is more than she ever could have imagined. Mail Order Monster is directed by American producer-filmmaker Paulina Lagudi, making her feature directorial debut after a few short films previously. The screenplay is written by Paulina Lagudi and Marc Prey. For more details, visit the film's official website. Film Mode Entertainment will release Lagudi's Mail Order Monster film direct-to-VOD starting on November 6th this fall. Anyone interested in the film?
Definitely looks cute and kind of sad.
DAVIDPD on Oct 2, 2018
i swear it has a happy ending! haha
Paulina Lagudi on Oct 2, 2018
I had hoped this was based on the computer game from the 80s on the Commodore 64. Did I just age myself?
Mark on Oct 2, 2018
Not to sound mean, but Charisma Carpenter deserves so much better...
kitano0 on Oct 2, 2018
I don't know, this seems like it has the potential to be in the same league as Gooby (2009). Equally weird and cheap, but probably not as creepy.
Seboso on Oct 3, 2018
What do you think of this trailer? This is the other trailer for the movie. I think it's better. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYyGE6dE7o0
Paulina Lagudi on Oct 3, 2018
What to do with this? A bit of sad and joyful but then also there's some weirdness to it ...
shiboleth on Oct 3, 2018
Looks like when the 80s formula was dead with things as "Mac and Me"... but in 2018. Horrible.
JuanBauty on Oct 3, 2018
But it's not tho. Trust. You'll be pleasantly surprised. Especially if you have step kids or a stepparent. I don't think this trailer is the best one. This trailer is better. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYyGE6dE7o0
Paulina Lagudi on Oct 3, 2018
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