‘Love and Monsters’ Review: Growing Up After the Apocalypse

In “Love and Monsters”, an imaginative post-apocalyptic coming-of-age film by South African director Michael Matthews (“Five Fingers for Marseille”), an asteroid does not destroy civilization, but mankind’s attempt to stop it does .

After humans fire rockets at an asteroid headed toward Earth, chemicals from the exploding rockets shower the planet, turning insects into giant, terrifying mutants that kill 95 percent of the population and force survivors to live in underground bunkers. “Love and Monsters” picks up on this harrowing event seven years after that, following Joel Dawson (Dylan O’Brien), who embarks on a dangerous 85-mile journey to find his high school sweetheart Aimee (Jessica Henwick) after they reconnected the radio.

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