Anime

Afro Samurai: Resurrection

Afro Samurai (Samuel L. Jackson) has been out of the game for quite some time now, that is, until a deadly woman by the name Sio (Lucy Liu) comes and disrupts his peace. ... Read more
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Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle (Volume 10)

Well, this might not be the most accessible DVD release ever. How’s that for a ringing endorsement? I’m not incredibly well versed in anime, but I am at least generally familiar with it, having grown up with random anime-inspired cartoons on TV (SuperBook anyone?).... Read more
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Tales of Phantasia

Based on the first RPG game in the popular Tales franchise from Namco, Tales of Phantasia follows Cress and his company as they embark on a quest to fight the Demon King Dhaos and his army in hopes to save the human race. ... Read more
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Naruto: The Movie 3 (Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom)

This is Naruto’s third film. Just like the previous Naruto movies, a few new characters are introduced just for this movie. The story revolves around the Prince of the Crescent Moon Kingdom, Michiru and his son Hikaru.... Read more
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Vexille

This is one of the most engrossing anime movies I have ever seen and I’m not an anime fan by any means.  In fact, I don’t like it much at all.  But, Vexille is more than that.  This is the anime for anime fans and anime haters all the same as it’s more of an action movie with anime overtones.... Read more
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Death Note 2: The Last Name

Picking up close to where the last one left off, L has invited Light to join the team and help catch Kira. But even with this jester L still suspects Light of being Kira and the game of cat and mouse continues.... Read more
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Dragon Ball Z: Tree of Might/Lord Slug

This release marks Funimation’s 7th Blu-Ray release (with 3 more planned before year’s end) and the quality has slowly been getting better. ... Read more
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Death Note (Live Action)

I love the anime and I love this movie. It follows fairly closely to the anime even duplicating some scenes line for line. So if you are looking for a review of the movie please check out the review I wrote for the theatrical release please click the title above. ... Read more
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Naruto Legend of the Stone of Gelel

Every successful Shonen Jump series seems to get a wide theatrical release in Japan. Here in the US we usually have to wait for either a limited theatrical release or a straight to DVD release. Actually, I don’t mind DVD releases as long as they come with good special features. ... Read more
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Death Note

Light is a hardworking, intelligent student that is growing sick of watching horrible criminals walk due to technicalities. So when he finds a notebook with “Death Note” wrote on the front he picks it up.... Read more
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