Persona 4: The Animation comes to a close with the strong second half in this second collection from Sentai Filmworks.
This anime series, based on a visual novel, may work in the video game world, but as an animated series it lacks some cohesion and a satisfying conclusion.
A sci-fi thriller that taps into contemporary anxieties about terrorism and increasing use of government surveillance, Un-Go may not be perfect, but is a refreshing change from the usual anime series we see.
Dull and uninspired, The Raven shall “nevermore” be played around these parts.
Heaven’s Memo Pad mixes mystery, crime, and comedy for an enjoyable anime series and a solid Blu-ray from Sentai Filmworks.
This anime series based on a Playstation 2 role-playing game looks great and has its strong moments, but the lack of the original Japanese soundtrack and confusing storyline leave a lot to be desired.
Was it Mrs. Peacock in the library with lead pipe? Find out who did it when you watch the solid transfer of this 1985 satirical comedy/mystery on Blu-ray.
Roman Polanski’s glitzy 1974 reconstruction of the classic film noir detective drama, Chinatown, arrives in a solid high definition restoration from Paramount.
Find out who killed Rosie Larsen in this provocative, addictive and atmospheric crime drama from cable network AMC and 20th Century Fox.
Paramount Home Entertainment scores a triumph with this beautifully remastered Hitchcock comedy-mystery, To Catch a Thief. Cary Grant and Grace Kelly supply the fireworks and the rest is history