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Review: "Space Battleship Yamato" - Battlestar Yamato Doesn't Quite Take Off

by Ed Liuon May 22, 2014
The original Space Battleship Yamato TV series was one of my gateways to anime, although it was called Star Blazers at the time and we didn’t have a fancy special word for it other than, “that cool Japanese cartoon.” Leiji Matsumoto’s space epic was gripping to a generation for whom Star Wars was the latest […]
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PR: "Sleeping Beauty" Diamond Edition Blu-ray Coming October 7, 2014

by Ed Liuon May 14, 2014
The Ultimate Disney Princess Fairytale Classic Returns For A Limited Time! SLEEPING BEAUTY Beauty Awakens for the First Time on Diamond Edition Blu-ray™, Digital HD and Disney Movies Anywhere October 7, 2014! All-New Magical Bonus Features Includes 3 Never Before Seen Deleted Scenes and more! BURBANK, Calif. May 9, 2014 – Finally releasing from the […]

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Is The Man Who Is Tall Happy?

by Alex Beanon May 12, 2014
French filmmaker Michel Gondry [“Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”] has an animated [literally] conversation with noted philosopher Noam Chomsky in this documentary that is set to be released on DVD and Blu-ray. The film was originally released in November 2013. “Is The Man Who Is Tall Happy?” is set to be released on DVD […]
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PR: "How to Train Your Dragon" Collectors Edition Coming May 27, 2014

by Ed Liuon May 6, 2014
“…like the mythical creatures at the heart of this tale, the movie soars.” –Los Angeles Times PREPARE FOR THE NEXT SOARING ADVENTURE WITH THE RE-RELEASE OF A SPECIAL COLLECTORS EDITION OF THE ACADEMY AWARD® NOMINATED HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON Highly anticipated “How to Train Your Dragon 2” opens on June 13th only in theaters […]

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Space Battleship Yamato Blu-ray/DVD Combo Ready For Launch

by Alex Beanon April 28, 2014
The Blu-ray/DVD combo pack for “Space Battleship Yamato” – of “Star Blazers” fame for American audiences – is set for launch. “Space Battleship Yamato” is the 2010 film version of the original series from the early anime classic from the 1970s. The plot is set in the year 2199. Five years after the Gamilons began […]
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Inugami-san To Nekoyama-san Gets DVD Release…In Japan

by Alex Beanon April 28, 2014
It was recently announced that the short-form anime show “Inugami-san to Nekoyama-san” will be coming to Blu-ray and DVD this summer. The single-disc release covers all 12 episodes [just under five minutes each] and will include an unaired bonus episode, a clean ending sequence and promo videos. The catch? It will only be released in […]

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Review: "Dragon Ball Z: Rock The Dragon" Is the Home for Infinite Losers (plus, Season 1 and 2 Blu-rays)

by Chad Boninon April 21, 2014
Did you ever rock the dragon? Nearly two decades ago, Dragon Ball Z made its first splash on American shores in syndication, soon followed by its legendary Toonami run. Dragon Ball Z‘s first 53 episodes might have been a bit rocky in comparison to modern anime dubbing practices. The soundtrack was replaced, character names were […]
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The Nut Job Released Today For Blu-ray And DVD

by Alex Beanon April 15, 2014
Today is Tax Day but you can forget all that – or make an analogy – with the knowledge that “The Nut Job” is now available on Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D and DVD. The animated feature film opened theatrically in January and was a modest hit voice-starring Will Arnett and Brendan Fraser in a story about […]

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Review: "Wrinkles (UK Theatrical Release)": Speaks To All Ages

by Grant Whiteon April 11, 2014
I’ll be completely honest, I love doing reviews for this site and in general I’m optimistic about what’s next in life. But there’s a factor everyone alive today has to live with and that is that life is finite. This is something that is creepy as a child, but the older one gets the more […]
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Review: "Green Lantern: The Animated Series" Blu-ray Shines Bright

by Todd "GWOtaku" DuBoison April 9, 2014
Green Lantern: The Animated Series is far from the first time DC’s legion of intergalactic cops has come to life in animation, but it is most definitely the best. This is a series that mixes established lore with its own originality to present its subject in a way that can satisfy committed fans and entertain newcomers. […]