Vampire Hunter D (1985)

Vampire Hunter D (1985)
(82) I can’t claim Vampire Hunter D as the anime film that made me fall in love with the medium (that honor unquestionably goes to Akira), but it did fall into the seminal early years of my anime exploration and has since become a personal favorite. What awkward dialogue detracts from the feature, style and imagery more than make up for. The eclectic meeting of the ancient and the futuristic, a key motif of the picture, resonates magnificently through a surreal color palette.

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