WARNING: The following review is of a “TV MA-VSL” DVD featuring massive amounts of flesh. This disc is absolutely not appropriate for children. So if you’re not old enough to watch South Park or buy Halo, stop reading now. Kamen Rider: The masked-motorcyclist-bug-dude who defends the world. Tuxedo Kamen: The masked man in a suit […]
On the outside Saiyuki looks like a typical “journeyman” action series. Four adventurers who normally wouldn’t even talk to each other come together to form one kickass fighting team out to stomp evil flat. But when that group is a gun-toting, angst-filled priest, a charming-yet-vicious dragon tamer, a suave, gullible demon, and a super-strong monkey […]
Classic Media will release an all-new animated feature, The Legend of Frosty the Snowman to DVD this fall, AWN reports. The story, which puts Frosty in a town where it’s against the rules to talk about magic or mischief, will be narrated by Burt Reynolds, who will also sing the title song. Tom Kenny also […]
ADV Films will release Gravion Zwei: Esoteric Truths and Gantz: Terminal Dispatch to DVD on May 3, the company said today. Gravion Zwei: Esoteric Truths will include episodes 5 through 8 in both English 5.1 and Japanese 2.0 with English subtitles. Extras include profiles of the Maids of Gravion, complete with art gallery; Zeravire Mech […]
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and Tommy Nelson Inc. will produce and distribute two special DVD releases of Davey and Goliath exclusively for Christian bookstores and religious markets, TVShowsOnDVD reports. Davey and Goliath: The New Skates and Davey and Goliath: Lost in a Cave will get mid- to late-summer releases and retail for $12.99.
The Dragon Ball Z movies are fickle. Some of them rock (World’s Strongest, Super Android 13!, the first Broly film), and some of them completely and utterly suck (Tree of Might, Lord Slug, Movie #11). Then there are those films that could have been something great but just weren’t (the Cooler Movies). In Broly Second […]
Ah, Dragon Ball GT, the red-headed stepchild of the franchise. Shunned by almost all Dragon Ball fans for throwing out any nuance the previous series might have had, this series survives on the Dragon Ball name alone. When FUNimation brought over the series to America, they cut the first sixteen episodes so they could get […]