Chappie tries to do way too much, with way too many sci-fi ideas, but at least it was trying to get out of its derivative core and thinks big.Read more "Film Review: Chappie"
2013 has been full of directors’ sophomore efforts, like any year, only none of these films are living up to their director’s previous works.Read more "Dissecting The Directorial Sophomore Slumps of 2013"
Elysium is the much anticipated second film from director Neil Blomkamp, but it falls short of working on almost every level.Read more "Film Review: Elysium"
Looks like it’s time again for the writers over at HST to look ahead to what we expect/hope to be the best of the best books, movies, music, TV shows and video games of the coming months.Read more "Looking Ahead To 2013: Quarter 3 (July – September)"
It’s obvious Bungie knows what they are doing when making commercials and can help produce a fantastic picture if they are creative and astheticlay involved, so why oh why do we not have a Halo movie in the pipeline? Neil Blomkamp was picked by Peter Jackson to bring Halo to life a couple years ago […]Read more "Where Is My Halo Movie?"
Neil Blomkamp’s feature debut is another breath of fresh air to the sci-fi fans out there featuring a thought provoking story, interesting characters, and amazing special effects all adding up to one of the best films of the year. Wilkus Van De Merwe is an official for MNU’s human and alien relations team and he […]Read more "Review: District 9"