If one thing could be said about Tom DeLonge, it is that he never gives up. The last few years were witness to the meteoric rise and fall of his UFO startup To the Stars Academy and the disbandment of his group of former government insiders. Unfazed by all these challenges, Tom is reinventing his company to focus on the entertainment side of things in the hopes of keeping the UFO flame alive. Tom, who became interested in the subject of UAP many decades ago, is now making his directorial debut with a new film that promises to capture the essence of the phenomenon in a sci-fi format.
The official synopsis for the film Monsters Of California is essentially a coming-of-age story involving "teenager Dallas Edwards and his misfit friends as they attempt to unearth answers to a series of mysterious, paranormal events happening around Southern California. As they peel back the layers on this onion of the unexplainable, they unravel the extraordinary secrets held within the deepest levels of the Government."
The plot of the film - tried and tested over many decades of UFO television series and movies - is sure to depict the core message Tom is trying to convey to his audience: there are things out there for which we have no readily scientific explanation and someone or something is trying to keep information about it hidden for either nefarious or altruistic reasons. No date has been given for the film's release, but we'll keep you posted as soon as it is announced.