WHO’S IN IT?
Logan Marshall-Green (Prometheus), Betty Gabriel (Get Out), Harrison Gilbertson (Beneath Hill 60), Benedict Hardie (Hacksaw Ridge), Melanie Vallejo (The Sculptor), Christopher Kirby (Iron Sky), Clayton Jacobson (Ned Kelly), Sachin Joab (Lion), Michael M. Foster (Orange), Richard Cawthorne (Razor Eaters), Linda Cropper (Fool’s Gold), Simon Maiden (The Great Raid)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Leigh Whannell (Insidious: Chapter 3), director, writer; Jason Blum (Get Out), Kylie Du Fresne (The Sapphires) and Brian Kavanaugh-Jones (Midnight Special), producers; Jed Palmer (The Infinite Man), composer; Stefan Duscio (Jungle), cinematographer; Andy Canny (The Loved Ones), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
In a future where technology has taken control over nearly all life, mechanic and technophobe Grey (Marshall-Green) is left paralysed after a mugging where his wife is also killed. He is soon persuaded to allow an experimental AI computer chip called STEM to be surgically attached to his body, enabling him to walk and seek revenge on the attackers. He soon finds that STEM can communicate with him and take control of his body, a tool he at first finds useful but later discovers its horrifying realities…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
The writer of Saw and Insidious brings us a new Robocop for the 21st century, with this slick and cool sci-fi body horror that’s already getting audiences excited over its unique and stylish action and social commentary.