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Questioning Reality Thanks To The Existence Of 'Cliff Beasts 6'

By Claude Weaver III | Trailers | March 3, 2022 |

By Claude Weaver III | Trailers | March 3, 2022 |


Recently, Karen Gillan shared the poster for her upcoming film, Cliff Beasts 6: Battle For Everest: Memories Of A Requiem.

Later, Netflix released the teaser trailer for this soon-to-be classic.

Humankind is threatened once again by a dinosaur species: Cliff Beasts. The team must reunite, after 5 long years, to battle the Cliff Beasts - but this time on Mount Everest.

And look at that cast: you got Gillan, David Duchovny, Pedro Pascal, Keegan Michael Key, Leslie Mann, Guz Khan, and more!

But wait a second… what the hell is Cliff Beasts, and where the hell did 1 through 5 go? Is this another Mandela Effect situation where, instead of “remembering” an ending that never happened, we collectively forgot a whole franchise? Has reality finally snapped? Are we getting movies from another universe now? WHAT IS GOING O- wait.


Uh huh.


Uh huh.



Well, this does explain both Mann and Iris Apatow being in the cast a lot better. Buuuuuut it’s been a long week, let’s just keep my little mini-freakout between us and move on, OK?

So this all appears to be a cheeky reference to the movie-within-a-movie being made in Judd Apatow’s The Bubble. His first project with the deep-pocketed streaming giant and follow-up to The King of Staten Island, The Bubble depicts the fictionalized antics of the actors as they try to complete Cliff Beasts 6 while … quarantined in their hotel during the pandemic.

Yeah, it’s another pandemic movie. But hey, pandemic comedies have tended to be a lot easier to take than the dramas, right? Okay, at the very least Staged has been enjoyable.

Cliff Beasts 6 (aka The Bubble (possibly)) debuts on Netflix April 1st. At least you won’t have to go to a theater for it. And unlike the film in my last trailer post, there is no obvious moral objection to watching it.