Anime films can offer experiences that live-action films fail to deliver. Here are some of the most emotionally satisfying anime films that prove anime films can be great.
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This tale of a rebel against a dystopian system provides no convincing reasons as to why it couldn't have just been a feature film instead.
Everyone loves a sad machine.
A mystery action-RPG where the more you play, the less interesting the mystery becomes and the more frustrating the action gets.
This arcade-style wave-based defense game is a great introduction to VR shooters, but doesn't have much longevity beyond the novelty factor.
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Looking for an introduction to monster movies? Here are some of the most classic films to start you off.
Out of this world? Maybe. But they're definitely real!
These science fiction films are so impressive that you'll never forget them.
Apocalyptic scenarios meet an all-female cast in this sci-fi story about a mother’s love.
Bumblebee isn't perfect, but it's a good sign of things to come for the Transformers franchise if Michael Bay is fine to leave his hands out of it.
Daily life takes a chilling turn when an authoritarian government seizes control of Poland.
I'm an absolute geek for suspense/thriller films. Here are the best I've ever seen.
Hulu has a bunch of TV shows in its library that are perfect for nerds and geeks.
Even though Netflix's library is dwindling, there are still plenty of great TV series for nerds and geeks, especially if you're a fan of science fiction.
This futuristic love story is better suited for a book.
Watch this one if you like earnest-yet-horrible B-movies.
Every episode of this anthology series is its own self-contained story. Here's a ranking of all those episodes, starting with the worst and going up.
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