Tags : Sharlto Copley

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Free Fire

Free Fire is what would have happened in Reservoir Dogs if they weren’t such “fucking professionals.” Frenetic, darkly hilarious and surprisingly simple, this is in my opinion another win for A24 entertainment as they continue to produce quality films in every genre from horror to comedy and everything in between. (Moonlight won Best Picture which […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: CHAPPiE

When a film is a commercial success, the director of that film is suddenly burdened with an immense amount of pressure to create a worthy follow-up project. The level of expectation is often entirely too high and so the films following are seen as failures. After the highly successful release of District 9, Neill Blomkamp […]Read More

Automata – New Trailer

As a super fan of dystopian sci-fi and futurism in fiction in general, the new film, Automata, by Spanish director Gabe Ibanez has me particularly excited. Check it out first: The film clearly pays homage to Asimov, while avoiding the polished look of the I, Robot utopia. Ibanez seems to be the Spanish Neill Blookkamp. Having […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Elysium

Easily one of my most anticipated films of 2013 and it didn’t disappoint! I was absolutely enthralled with District 9 and so I have eagerly been awaiting Neill Blomkamp’s follow up to his classic feature film debut. What I loved about D9, and what Blomkamp brought to Elysium, is an understanding of the horrific side […]Read More

First Official Trailer for Neill Blomkamp’s Elysium

If any of you are like me, and I know some of you are, you were completely blown away by Neill Blomkamp’s feature film debut, District 9.  It was the breakthrough sci-fi action hit of 2009! Alien invasion, hard-core future weapons technology, human-alien DNA cross contamination, and possibly the greatest 3D animation seen up to […]Read More