In 2977, mankind has space colonies, machines do all the work and everyone just wants to have fun. When deadly plant-based aliens that look like women attack the Earth in order to colonize it, only one rogue captain can stop them.
Based on the much-anticipated EA videogame Dead Space 2, Dead Space: Aftermath is a fast-pased, horrifying thrill ride that follows the surviving ship crew members of the USG O'Bannon. The ... See full summary »
When Aliens conquer earth and enslave the human race, all hope for freedom is abandoned. But one man will not give up. Captain Harlock, A brave space pilot, leads the resistance and vows to... See full summary »
Kimball Kinnison, a young man from the agricultural planet Mquie and his Valerian companinon, Buscirk find a dying man with a legendary crystal lens embedded in his hand. As the man was ... See full summary »
Amuro Ray and the rest of the White Base crew, now denominated the 13th Autonomous Corps, return to outer space to support the rest of the Earth Federation forces for the decisive battle ... See full summary »
Set in the time of the Tokugawa regime, where the Shogun has outlawed the Japanese Christians, since they fear that their religion will incite rebellion and chaos. However, they believe in ... See full summary »
For some reason, every other comment on this page (as of 02/21/09) referred to the theatrical feature Arcadia of My Youth, AKA My Youth in Arcadia, and the English dub Vengeance of the Space Pirate (these comments have finally been removed or reposted to the correct film). Please read the title at the top of the page; this is The Mystery of the Arcadia, a completely separate film featuring the same main character. This feature is a 35 minute theatrical short that was produced during the run of the 1978 Space Pirate Captain Harlock television series, which drew the bulk of its narrative from that series' thirteenth episode (Witch Castle in the Sea of Death) and added around fifteen minutes of new animation. The feature focuses on the relationships between Captain Harlock, his young ward Mayu Oyama, and the ship's mysterious central computer, climaxing with an undersea battle with the witch Aman in a story paralleling that of the famous Japanese folk tale "Urashima Taro." It's a non-essential but fun film aimed at fans of the original series, though it breaks with that series' internal continuity via its re-writing of the source episode.
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