Mysterious Neill Blomkamp Project Oats Studio Has Its First Trailer

Ken Copeland
June 3, 2017

The trailer also harks back to the short films Blomkamp made prior to the critical success of District 9.

The teaser gives us shots of an overgrown Eiffel Tower; some seriously creepy, lizard-like aliens; what looked like some Vietnam-era zombie soldiers; and in general, a pretty freaky and grim future for humanity at large - done in the style of the short films that Blomkamp made his name with before landing District 9.

Fans know Neill Blomkamp as the mind behind fan favorite film District 9 and the loosely tied Matt Damon movie Elysium, but he has been teasing a mysterious project for a while now.

With this project, it seems like Blomkamp is trying to utilize Steam as a go-to place for experimental art and as an outlet for his own wacky and freaky alien invasion ideas without the limits of studio expectations.

Illinois approves a minimum wage hike
This review is not a privilege but fundamental right of the citizens. Ontario is committed to moving forward in a balanced way. Kathleen Wynne, Premier of Ontario.

Warburton to lead Lions in opener
The tour begins on Saturday with a match against a provincial selection side in Whangarei. It's not through what you say or anything else, it's how you play that speaks.

Intel announces monster 18-core Skylake X Core i9 CPU
This is the first time such a " scalable, accessible and powerful desktop platform ", has been offered to consumers, says Intel . You start off with four core i5 processors and end up with 18 cores and impressive 36 threads in a new Core i9 Extreme.

If you're eagle-eyed, you'll catch a quick flash of Sigourney Weaver in the trailer.

While the trope is a familiar one, Blomkamp's new film feels a lot like the possible fallout from Independence Day if it were the aliens-not the humans-who won the day. Known as Oats Studios "Volume 1," these films aren't coming to the art-house cinema or even YouTube. "Adapt or die, it was as simple as that", adds the voiceover. The plan appears to be to sell several of these short films online through Steam.

"The new world altered everyone", a voice says. He released the first trailer for the experimental filmmaking venture titled Oats Studio, detailing some of the studio's upcoming projects.

What do you think of the Oats Studios trailer?

Other reports by Guamnewswatch

Discuss This Article