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A Man Called Nereus (2012)

Not Rated | | Action, Comedy, Sci-Fi | 18 March 2014 (USA)
A Man Called Nereus is a film that smashes together the genres of Science fiction, Crime-Action Drama and Comedy.


Nathan Hill


Nathan Hill




Cast overview, first billed only:
Seth Gandrud ... Keith Taylor
David C. Hayes ... Nereus
Orchid Tao Orchid Tao ... Maura
Joe Ricci ... Santo
J.C. Marquez Pulita ... Johnny
Victoria Paege ... Huichanna
Kathleen Benner Kathleen Benner ... Selene
Dani Danger Dani Danger ... Josie Roy
Aaron Neal Trout Aaron Neal Trout ... Chris Vette (as Neal Trout)
R. Keith Wilson R. Keith Wilson ... Collin
Ed Gary Ed Gary ... Grandpa
Wills Hill Wills Hill ... Hoy
Paul C. Hemmes ... Hamblin
Valec Martinez Valec Martinez ... Cozanna
Samuel Willette Samuel Willette ... Che


Nereus is an autistic man who is being held captive by the Filaria crime family because he has an incredible ability to predict the exact outcome of sporting events. Keith Taylor is a drug addict that is struggling to stay clean and employed. This all changes the moment Keith discovers Nereus. With renewed hope, Keith devises a plan to kidnap Nereus and take him to Las Vegas. However many others want Nereus as well. One is an extremist spiritual group named the Mayans; another is two rogue DEA agents that have a plan to take Nereus on a Vegas trip of their own. The most sinister of these groups is the Filaria crime family and their two henchmen Santo and Johnny, who use extreme tactics like posting a bounty and enlisting a group of killer meth heads to hunt down and seize back the "Brain". Motivated by different reasons these groups inflict damage on one another and annihilate all that stands in between them and Nereus. As Keith and Nereus try to evade capture they find a kinship that... Written by Fitzer Gerald

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Action | Comedy | Sci-Fi


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Nereus Theme
Composed by Cappadonna w/DJ Romeo
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I loved it!
28 May 2012 | by sarahrayburn704See all my reviews

I was able to see this film on its premiere at the Phoenix Comicon and let me tell you I was stunned, especially when I saw the budget. Throughout the movie I was captivated, always anticipating what was going to happen next. There was no shortage of characters as they kept popping up through the film.The acting was also very solid. There was no sense that they were trying to hard like most B actors do. As the film carried through to the end I understood why the writer was raising so many questions because a sequel will be soon to follow -at least that's what I am hoping for. I have seen many nano-budget films and have always been let down until now. I definitely recommend this flick because at the end of the day its really good.

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Release Date:

18 March 2014 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Gold Canyon, Arizona, USA See more »


Box Office


$60,000 (estimated)
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Armored Vision See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital


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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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