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      Dead Space: Aftermath

      2011 1h 25m Sci-Fi Horror Animation List
      Reviews 28% Audience Score 500+ Ratings In 2059, survivors aboard the spaceship USG O'Bannon try to recall the horrific events that wiped out their crew. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Buy Now

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      Sebastian Zavala Kahn Más Gamers It isn't anything more than a terrifying story of survival, in which we see the same even from different perspectives. That's it. [Full review in Spanish] Rated: 4/5 Aug 25, 2018 Full Review James O'Ehley Sci-Fi Movie Page The sort of amateurishly crap 3D CG animation that you expect to see for free on YouTube . . . Feb 14, 2011 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Bogdan M For me, "Dead Space Aftermath" was a major letdown. The storyline failed to grab my attention, making the whole viewing experience feel tedious and boring. What's worse, the 3D elements were poorly executed, adding to my disappointment. As a fan of the Dead Space franchise, I had hoped for more, but this film missed the mark entirely from my perspective. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 04/19/24 Full Review Audience Member Fans of the first entry entitled ‘Downfall' are likely to be disappointed. This continuation's most glaring flaw is the haphazard flip-flopping between adequate hand-drawn animation and migraine-inducing CGI animation that is akin to ‘Food Fight'. Alas, this movie struggles greatly yet is watchable when sufficiently bored. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 02/20/23 Full Review Audience Member It's unfortunately marred by some really awful CG animation. But the stories in between, with the different styles of anime was cool. As was getting different perspectives of the same story, Rashomon-style. It's a very interesting and graphic universe this plays in, but again, the animation in the wraparounds ruins this movie... Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 03/01/18 Full Review Audience Member Pretty Good = 3.5/5 Dead Space: Aftermath is the second anime film take on the Dead Space video game series. Only this time, it's presented quite differently in terms of animation style throughout the film. There are several stories for each character to tell, only there happens to be a different animation style with each story, which is definitely interesting. Only major complaint I have with this, is the ugly, poorly rendered 3D animation we get between each story that is being told. Which is unfortunate, for such good story telling there is to appreciate here. Especially if you yourself are a Dead Space fan. Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 02/04/23 Full Review Audience Member 7 years since the original game came out I finally had the chance to play it and see what the fuss was about It was basically non-linear storytelling and the game developers created a new form of a terrifying outer space killer-alien project what worked so well was the constant dark shadows aboard the Ishimura, the design of the Necromorphs able to take so many freakish shapes, and having the same feeling as John Carpenter's The Thing except where that mutant-alien story took place on earth this game series takes place in the vacuum of space with no escape the first game was scary, gory, and heart-poundingly intense from start to finish even though the controls were a bit flaky and ammunition and health were limited this film takes place just after the events of Aegis 7 when Issac Clarke escaped and right before the events of the 2nd game a new crew from the Obono stumble upon the ruined landscape of the desolate planet, find a shard of the Marker artifact, and accidentally unleash more of the terror that befell the Ishimura crew a majority of the film is told in flashbacks from creepy-looking CGI to traditional hand-drawn anime the anime portions are way better and with more thought and construct explaining each of the crew's encounter with the Necromorphs and the corruption of the Marker the film zips by without wasting a single moment delivering much of the same scares and bloody scenes the game first spawned there's also a much deeper conspiracy surrounding the discovery of the alien race and the artifact meaning that the nightmare may not be far from over fills in several gaps and opens the way for a much bigger storyline for the rest of the series Rated 4 out of 5 stars 01/22/23 Full Review Audience Member The story alone is decent enough to deserve a telling, but with the exception of the 2D animation - done in the vein of EA's Dante's Inferno -, the entire movie is sub-par. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 02/03/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis In 2059, survivors aboard the spaceship USG O'Bannon try to recall the horrific events that wiped out their crew.
      Michael D'Isa-Hogan
      Joe Goyette, Chuck Beaver, Chung Hyun, Cho Yong Joo
      Brandon Auman
      Production Co
      Film Roman Productions, Gotham Group
      Sci-Fi, Horror, Animation
      Original Language
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Aug 5, 2014
      1h 25m
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