Seed

The Best Short Films

Why Watch? An astronaut (Justin Zachary) patrolling a desolate planet alone discovers a dangerous threat to all of civilization in this sci-fi short directed by Tyson Wade Johnston. From the desert setting, to the hovering ships, to the brief phone call back home to his daughter on video chat, this has all the visual trappings of a modern war movie without a war. There’s even a bit of “Heart of Darkness” thrown in for good measure. It’s all atmosphere, which is a credit to Zachary’s acting (he’s also all alone out there on the limb), but the massive-feeling, professionally polished CGI gives him a ton of help where it can. We’ve been seeing a lot of science fiction short films with solid graphics cropping up lately, and this is another one that certainly stands out. What will it cost you? Only 13 minutes. Skip work. Watch more short films.

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In search of good and powerful horror, you’ve got to explore all open doors, even if those doors lead to the office of Uwe Boll.

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2008review-horror

The year of 2008 will most definitely not be remembered as a great year for horror, but that didn’t stop us from trying to pull together a list of the best of what was offered.

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The Coroner samples Uwe Boll’s Seed – check inside for the test results. Oh wait that is really gross when you say it like that.

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DVDs I Bought This Week!

Brian Gibson loves to buy DVDs. Come with him on his weekly journey into the depths of credit card debt as he tells you what to buy, rent and avoid.

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Uwe Boll

Poor Uwe Boll. He gets no respect, no accolades, no love… nothing but grief and German financing to keep churning out movies. And now he’s gone and directed yet another one.

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