Action/Adventure

Ga-Rei-Zero

Ga-Rei-Zero has one of the most interesting openingS to an anime I have ever seen. One minute you’re watching this awesome duo of motorcycle riding demon slayers cutting down zombies and giant monsters and the next, well, I’ll leave that for you to find out.... Read more
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Hellsing Ultimate

Back when Hellsing, Like Full Metal Alchemist, began airing in its anime form, the manga edition for the series from which it was adapted was not finished. That being said the anime had to take liberties with the storyline in order to close out its run. Sound familiar?... Read more
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G.I. Joe Renegades

GI JOE RENEGADES:... Read more
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Kidnap & Ransom

Trevor Eve (Waking The Dead) stars in and producers this gripping BBC drama titled Kidnap and Ransom.... Read more
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Spartacus: Vengeance

In its second full season, Spartacus continues to surprise and to rise above the blood and gore to present a compelling, if ficticious, narrative of the slave uprising in ancient Rome. Spartacus: Vengeance is well worth watching. ... Read more
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Spice & Wolf

It’s not often that I am completely put off by an anime out of the Funimation camp. Sure, there are titles that I didn’t particularly like, but never one that failed to entertain me even in the slightest. That is until I watched Spice and Wolf. ... Read more
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Shangri-La

In the distant future, earthquakes and the effects of global warming have splintered Japanese society. Some struggle hand-to-mouth in the jungle-tangled ruins of civilization. Some live comfortably within the closed-off city of Atlas.... Read more
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Ergo Proxy

 Ergo Proxy began, for me, as one of the most amazing sci-fi anime that I have seen in awhile. The series is sort of like a cross between Neon Genesis Evangelion, Blade Runner, and I Robot all put together. It takes place in a strangely bleak society named Romdo, shelled under a protective dome.... Read more
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Grimm

WHEN FAIRY TALES COME TRUE:... Read more
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The Sinking Of The Laconia

Captain Sharp (Brian Cox: Rise of the Planet of the Apes) and his crew are transporting civilians across the Atlantic, along with over a thousand Italian prisoners of war and some Polish troops, when their ship is struck by a torpedo from a U-boat.... Read more
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