Posts Tagged ‘DVD’
Just in time for the fifth season debut next week, Season Four of the popular “Archer” series on the FX network has been released for Blu-ray and DVD this week. Season Four has our intrepid ISIS spy, Sterling Archer dealing with a cobra snake bite in the ass, an unexpected pregnancy, a trip to the […]
In an alternate timeline, the British Isles have stood unchallenged (other than losing said isles and assuming America as their new homeland) and become the ruthless powerhouse that is the Britannian Empire, brutally conquering other countries and rechristening them with the number in which they were taken. In the conquered Japan, Area 11, Britannian teenager […]
Anime Limited has today announced that their upcoming releases of Perfect Blue Collector’s Edition combipack and Cowboy Bebop Complete Collection DVD have been delayed until 2nd December, due to packaging and video quality issues found with production samples. The decision to delay the releases was taken to properly address the issues with both releases and […]
Paranoia and conspiracy. The unsettling feeling that you’re just another face in the juggernaut that is modern society and that you’d be powerless if it turned against you. This is the crisis that begins the story of Ganta Igarashi. A normal Japanese student, Ganta’s life is turned upside down when a mysterious crimson hued killer […]
Writing a lot of reviews for anime titles means I usually come across stuff that isn’t likely to air on mainstream UK TV. This of course can also hold true outside of anime releases but perhaps even worse is when a show has been picked up but is lesser known. The Aquabats! Super Show! is […]
The Mamoru Hosoda-directed Wolf Children will be receiving a select UK theatrical run on 25th October. Specific venues for the showings are yet to be confirmed. Manga Entertainment will also be releasing the film on DVD and Blu-ray soon after. Read Weatherman’s review of Wolf Children here.
Anime Limited have announced they will release both Durarara!! and Nerima Daikon Brothers in the UK, the former to be released on two hybrid DVD/Blu-ray sets and the latter in a single DVD release both due in early 2014.
In the post-Evangelion landscape, mecha anime became even more serious, deeply philosophical and emotionally overwrought. I say even more, because really those wheels had been set in motion since Gundam, which marked a major shift away from super robots as toyetic kids shows, and towards “war is hell” allegories. However, post-Evangelion, stories tended to be […]
Usually I’d offer a brief explanation of the plot’s starting point but on this occasion I find myself more than a bit bewildered. As the adaptation of a later saga in a massive sci-fi epic, Horizon does itself few favours by beginning the show with a hurdle in the form of a four episode ‘introduction’ […]