How destructive can a field trip run before you claim it a tragedy? We’re going to discover it from a movie named The Last Bus, a forthcoming British series that is released on Netflix in early April. The movie is about a group of young students pushed to survive as a robot apocalypse unexpectedly breaks out and humankind starts to get destroyed, one laser shaft at a time.
The series trailer shows the plot development will be similar as a combination between action/sci-fi comedy Attack the Block in 2011 and hit series Stranger Things, with a flank of Transformers counted for good standard. It means that we can desire youngsters running around – or rather, moving around on a double-decker bus – when they make an effort to find out what’s going on and create humorous moments in the process.
The trailer also revealed that the group of enduring kids will have to confront a world where they are possibly the only survivors of the apocalypse – additionally, it means that they’ll have to discover for sure before reconstructing society, because who the hell understands how to do that. Oh, and there are also impressive robot battles, bursts, and bathroom wit.
Paul Neafcy, who was hired by production company Wildseed after he uploaded comedy videos recorded in his bedroom on his YouTube channel, is the person creating and writing The Last Bus. Neafcy also cooperated with Wildseed on PrankMe, a thriller series about a spirited vlogger.
The Last Bus will be released on Netflix on April 1.
You can watch the trailer below: