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A Great Nod to the Adult Animated Films of the 70's and 80's
Nova Seed is a great sci-fi adventure film that feels, purposely it seems, like a throwback to the adult sci-fi/fantasy animation craze of the late 70's and early 80's. Mr. DeLiberto's opus drops us into a near apocalyptic landscape that looks as though it leaped on to the screen straight out of a punk artist's sketchbook; vibrant colors, rough edges, and sinister creations litter the screen to create a surreal vision that is both primitive and beautiful. If you enjoyed films such as "Heavy Metal", "Wizards", and "Rock and Rule," this movie is just the thing for you. A special nod to Stephen Verrell for a fantastic synth/rock driven score that adds to the overall retro-cool impression.
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