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Neill Blomkamp

Conviction: An Anthem Trailer

Conviction: An Anthem Trailer

Neill Blomkamp (District 9, Chappie) presents a dramatic live-action promotional clip for the upcoming game Anthem. It’s way more sizzle than steak, but man it’s some good sizzle. The game drops 2/22/19, so we won’t have to wait long to figure out how it plays into the story.

Gdansk

Gdansk

The latest video game cutscene short film from Neill Blomkamp’s Oats Studios doesn’t have much depth, but it has an awesome giant, and an ample amount of blood and guts so we figured we’d share it. The clip was inspired by the awesomely bleak artwork of Jakub Różalski.

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Praetoria

Praetoria

Director Neill Blomkamp (District 9, CHAPPiE, Elysium) is back with another visually-stunning CGI short film from his indie Oats Studios project. This is just a 2-minute tease of what they’re calling “a huge galactic story” We really hope we get to see more of this.

ADAM: The Mirror

ADAM: The Mirror

Neill Blomkamp’s Oats Studios picks up where last year’s ADAM left off – as a group of humanoids who find themselves freed from oppression, and searching for meaning after they meet two mysterious strangers. Like Chapter 1, it was created using the Unity engine.

Zygote

Zygote

(PG-13, Gore) Neill Blomkamp’s Oats Studios is back with more outstanding nightmare fuel. Dakota Fanning stars in a story about a Arctic mining colony terrorized by an experiment gone wrong – an assimilating monster that makes the Borg look like Care Bears.

God: Serengeti

God: Serengeti

The latest short from Neill Blomkamp’s Oats Studios is far more lighthearted than either of the two prior releases, but is still entertaining in its own right, as we find out what everyday life is like for God (and his butler.) Yes, that’s Sharlto Copley as the big man.

Firebase

Firebase

(Gore, PG-13: Language) The latest short film from director Neill Blomkamp’s Oats Studios is set in an alternate past, in which the CIA and a soldier are trying to hunt down a powerful being called the river god in the midst of the Vietnam War. What a thrill ride.

Rakka

Rakka

(Gore) Sigourney Weaver stars in the first short film from District 9 director Neill Blomkamp’s Oats Studios. Set in 2020, Rakka presents the invasion of Earth by a brutal alien race through different perspectives. You can support Oats by buying their films’ assets on Steam.

BMW: The Escape

BMW: The Escape

Neill Blomkamp directed this action-packed adventure for BMW Films, starring Jon Bernthal as a mercenary, and Clive Owen as a skilled driver who must help a mysterious girl (Dakota Fanning) escape from a genetic lab. Naturally, their ride is the shiny new 2017 BMW 540i.

Tempbot

Tempbot

A robot designed to be a temporary office worker is ignored by his co-workers, save for the new HR manager. Neill Blomkamp’s 2006 short film effectively uses a robot as a metaphor for someone who thinks that he is above his peers yet still craves human contact.

Neill Blomkamp Mystery Teaser

Neill Blomkamp Mystery Teaser

The director of District 9 is up to something, but we don’t know what. This hidden teaser showed up in the latest iPad issue of Wired, and all we know is that it’s creepy, and leaves us wanting for more.

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