Tag Archives: Anime Limited

Anime DVD/Blu-Ray Upcoming releases

It feels like the amount of Anime is limitless, but you can own some of your favourites on DVD and Blu-Ray. Compiled is a list of upcoming series that you’ll soon be able to add to your collections. Please Note: These are not the final

The Night Is Short, Walk On Girl

This review has taken a long time. I left it, I left it some more, I left it longer and yet I still can’t wrap my head around the damn thing. The Night Is Short, Walk On Girl is my first exposure to director Masaaki

Genocidal Organ

Genocidal Organ is one of those films that from the poster art looks to impress, we have badass army dudes looking badass in a war coloured poster, promising the viewer an amazing time with twists and turns and explosions and shooting and other action related

In This Corner of the World

It’s been a great past year for fans of Anime movies, with ‘Your Name’ taking the world by storm and being followed up by the equally impressive ‘A Silent Voice’ not long after. Thrown into the mix was new installments in the Yu-Gi-Oh, Fairy Tail

Napping Princess

Do you like metaphors? I like metaphors. Let’s talk Napping Princess. Napping Princess opens weird with a long explanation of a bizarre dieselpunk-esque fantasy world full of endless traffic jams because the king reckons cars are the key to happiness. The exposition here is delivered

Special Screenings of A Silent Voice Announced

On Tuesday 16th May, ‘A Silent Voice’ will screen in select Showcase Cinemas for those who are Hard of Hearing, allowing them to experience the full film, including sounds, music, and noises – this is one of the first anime films to do so in

Nerima Daikon Brothers (review)

Everyone has a dream. Something they wish they were doing instead of the menial task at hand. And the Nerima Daikon Brothers are no different as they dream of building a stage on their Daikon farm and singing to roaring crowds. Unfortunately, like most in

Lucky Star

I’m going to be bluntly honest with people here, despite being a huge fan of anime I have yet to properly get into the whole ‘moe’ thing. I managed Love Live and enjoyed it enough but the genre is still something that has largely eluded