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Blu-ray Review - In the Aftermath


1988's "In the Aftermath" is a curious mix of live-action and animation, with the production bending chunks of the 1985 anime feature, "Angel's Egg," to fit a post-apocalyptic tale of exploration and human connection. It's not an ideal marriage, as the feature often doesn't know what to do with itself, rarely putting in the effort to connect the disparate displays of artistry, settling on a muddled whole. I extend a hearty congratulations to anyone who can follow this loose stitching of visuals, as "In the Aftermath" doesn't make any sense, and that seems to be the intent, trusting that those sitting down to watch it are probably high as kites, absorbing this sci-fi/fantasy/doomsday tale with the least amount of resistance. Read the rest at


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