‘Parasyte: The Grey’ Official Trailer released; Is it inspired from Manga?

Here’s everything you need to know about “Parasyte: The Grey”.

A thrilling look into the universe of parasitic organisms and humanity’s unrelenting fight against their invasion is provided by the recently released primary poster and trailer for the science fiction horror film Parasyte: The Grey on Netflix.


This recurrent topic of coexistence is embodied by Su-in in Parasyte: The Grey, a young lady torn between her humanity and parasite influence. After a near-fatal mishap, Heidi, the parasite that attached itself to Su-in, remarks, “If we weren’t together, we would both be dead.” We are forced to cohabit, you and I. However, Su-in, a mutant who is half-human and half-parasite, doesn’t truly belong to either side—neither the group known as “The Grey,” which is headed by the tenacious Jun-kyung (Lee Jung-hyun) and is tasked with eliminating parasitic organisms. And it is precisely this tension that draws spectators into the centre of the struggle.

In addition to hinting at the chaos and destruction caused by the parasitic invaders, the poster, which shows a cityscape besieged by writhing tentacles, also highlights the human spirit’s resiliency by showing Su-in (Jeon So-nee) standing defiantly alongside Kang-woo (Koo Kyo-hwan), Jun-kyung (Lee Jung-hyun), Chul-min (Kwon Hae-hyo), and Won-seok (Kim In-kwon) against the impending threat.

Checkout the  Trailer

Inspired from best- selling Manga

The hit manga series “Parasyte” by Hitoshi Iwaaki expands upon the world of his original, best-selling work and presents a brand-new tale full of action, philosophy, and a hint of existential dread. The Grey is based on Hitoshi Iwaaki’s original comic “Parasyte,” which achieved sales of over 25 million copies worldwide thanks to its clever, imaginative plot of a parasite taking over a person’s body through the brain and conveying a philosophical message.

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